Disaster Resilience Leadership Project on the Move
On 13-14 June in Kingaroy, 20-21 June in Rosedale (near Gladstone), and 18-19 July in Atherton community members gathered to discuss how to become more disaster resilient as part of our Disaster Resilience Leadership Project. The Project is a 2 or 4 day capacity building workshop for community leaders who are looking to explore building community resilience. It aims to support the leaders to develop action plans for projects that strengthen their community's resilience and are locally specific and meaningful.
All events were highly successful, well attended, and participants gained valuable knowledge on how to be better prepared in an emergency and developed very exciting projects to implement in their communities.
Day 1 in Kingaroy, South Burnett Queensland
- talking disaster preparedness!
The alumni of our Kingaroy Disaster Resilience Leadership Project
- Thanks to everyone who was involved for working so hard :)
Lots of challenging discussions about disaster resilience happening at the Rosedale Hall
on Day 1 of our Disaster Resilience Leadership Project
That's a wrap on the Rosedale Disaster Resilience Leadership Project!
Day 1 of the Atherton Resilience Leadership Project reveals a community
well acquainted with #disasters and highly motivated to enhance their #resilience -
I'm looking forward to seeing what action plans people come up with tomorrow!
Thank you to all our project attendees!!