On behalf of Save the Children Norway, David Selby and Fumiyo Kagawa are conducting a September/October 2018 review of the School Curriculum Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction developed by the Bhutan Royal Education Council (REC) and endorsed by the country’s Curriculum Technical Advisory Board.
Their consultancy role is to ‘strengthen the framework and give direction to strategic ways forward’. Beyond making general recommendations on strengthening the framework, the consultancy team will ‘ critically and creatively’ review the learning outcomes set down, give guidance on the development, formulation and presentation of learning activities and offer strategic ways forward to the REC for implementing the framework nationally and sub-nationally (providing synoptic success stories of national good practice in DRR curriculum integration, implementation and movement to scale elsewhere). A report will be delivered to Save the Children Norway by end-October.
For SF’s earlier consultancy work in Bhutan click here and here and here.