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Tool Kits | July 19, 2023

PrEPD Part 1 Tools for Safe and Dignified Programming

Part 1 has tools to support safe and dignified programming in disaster risk reduction and management. The tools are designed for local DRR and humanitarian actors. It includes training materials to increase knowledge and understanding of safe and dignified programming and different ways to do this. It also includes tools to guide people who develop disaster risk reduction and management plans at the community level.


1.0 Part 1 Introduction

1.01 S&D Activity Plan


1.1 Safe and Dignified Program Foundations Training Pack


Handouts related to 1.1 Safe and Dignified Program Foundation Training Pack

HO 1 Summary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

HO 2 Definitions

TT 1 Power Walk Characters

TT 2 Protection Risks Role-Playing Scenarios

TT 3 Vulnerabilities and Capacities Cards


1.2 S&D Programming Training Pack

Handouts related to 1.2 S&D Programming Training Pack

HO 1.1 Summary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

HO 1.2 Sex- and Age-Disaggregated Data (SADD)

HO 1.3 Sex Age Diversity - Safety Access Dignity (SAD-SAD)

HO 1.4 Safe and Dignified Programming Framework

HO 1.5 Example Safeguarding Policy

HO 2.1 Protection Risks

HO 2.2 Gender-Age Marker

HO 2.3 Information Sharing Templete

HO 2.4 Information and Communications Questions

HO 2.5 Feedback Channels

HO 2.6 Feedback Channels Pros and Cons

HO 2.7 Twelve Steps to Setting Up Complaints Handling Mechanisms

HO 2.8 IASC Six Rules

HO 2.9 Developing a Referral Pathway

HO 2.10 WHO Psychological First Aid Pocket Guide

HO 3.1 Action Plan Template

TT 1.1 Power Walk Characters

TT 1.2 Protection Triangle

TT 1.3A Pan Island Preparedness (Scenario A Earthquake)

TT 1.3B Flooding Island Preparedness (Scenario B)

TT 2.1A Earthquake Island SitRep (Scenario A)

TT 2.1B Pan Island SitRep (Scenario B Flooding)

TT 2.2 Character and Feedback Cards

TT 2.3 Agree Disagree Labels

TT 2.4 Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Scenarios

TT 2.5 Examples of Code of Conduct Breaches

TT 2.6 Referral Web Nametags

TT 2.7 Safe Responses Cards

TT 2.8 Dos and Don't's of Psychological First Aid


Community-Led Disaster Risk Management + Protection Facilitation Guide (CLDRM +)