GADRRRES Global Activities

GADRRRES manages a variety of ongoing activities and projects. Activities being carried out jointly by all members of GADRRRES are listed below, while more details about other activities can be found on each respective working group page.

Comprehensive School Safety Framework

The Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF) provides a comprehensive approach to reducing risks from all hazards to the education sector by addressing three pillars of school safety:

Read more about the CSSF.

Comprehensive School Safety Targets and Indicators

GADRRRES and the Worldwide Initiative for Safe Schools have both identified the need for a complete set of Targets and Indicators for Comprehensive School Safety. The GADRRRES Ad Hoc Committee on CSS Targets and Indicators is leading in this effort.

Worldwide Initiative for Safe Schools

The Worldwide Initiative for Safe Schools (WISS) is a government-led global partnership that aims at securing political commitment and fostering safe schools implementation globally.

Learn more about WISS.

Safe Children, Safe Schools Community of Practice

The Safe Children, Safe Schools Community brings together a large network of researchers, practitioners (NGOs) and policy makers who are committed to contributing towards child-centered risk reduction and resilience, and school safety.

Learn more and join the community.

Collective Impact Evaluation of the Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector

Between November 2019 and March 2020, a collective impact evaluation of GADRRRES was carried out to research and evaluate GADRRRES operating model, using the five core components of the Collective Impacts approach as a framework (which includes common agenda; backbone organization; mutually reinforcing activities; shared measurement; and continuous communication). Evidence and analysis from the evaluation have been used to make recommendations for strengthening GADRRRES operating model. All the results of this evaluation are available in the dedicated report.

Read the collective impact report.