ASSI Publications


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Title Description Year Published Types
Title Description Year Published Types
Title Description Year Published Types

Towards School Safety in ASEAN: Capturing the Initiative

TOWARDS SCHOOL SAFETY IN ASEAN
A compilation of case stories from the children who participated in promoting school safety.

It also captures progress and achievements, good practices, challenges, and lessons learnt in school safety implementation across 8 ASEAN countries. This was made as a collaborative efforts of ASSI consortium partners (Plan International, Save the Children, World Vision and MERCY Malaysia) that collected and provided data and information about school safety progress in their countries.

2018 Good Practices

ASEAN Common Framework for Comprehensive School Safety

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Safe Schools Initiative, or ASSI, developed the ASEAN Common Framework on School Safety (ACFCSS), a regional framework to enhance school safety against the adverse impacts of natural and man-made hazards for ASEAN nations. This framework has been operationalised in 10 ASEAN nations and is aimed to create a safe and secure learning environment for children.

Documentation : Publication ASEAN Common Framework

2016 Framework

Rollout manual for operationalisation of ASEAN Common Framework for Comprehensive School Safety

The rollout manual primarily aims to assist country focal agencies on school safety (e.g. Ministry of Education and National Disaster Management Office) in translating the conceptual framework into implementable actions through detailed steps to generate the outputs, key actors, and timelines, as well as elaboration on working mechanisms at national and regional level for school safety.

2016 Manual

School Disaster Risk Management Guidelines for Southeast Asia

These guidelines were developed by the ASEAN Safe Schools Initiative (ASSI) through a series of national and regional consultations with key Ministry of Education (MOE) and National Disaster Management Offices (NDMO) from 10 AMSs. The guidelines are aimed to support school-based risk assessment and planning, educational continuity planning, and development of response skills (such as temporary and locally-built learning facilities). These guide teachers and students to the 5 steps to achieving comprehensive school safety: 1) know your risks, 2) plan for safety and educational continuity, 3) implement you plan, 4) monitor and evaluate your plan and 5) share, reach out, and advocate. They also recommend associated tools for each step.

2016 Good Practices

ASEAN Safe Schools Initiative: A Compilation of Case Studies

Purpose:

The compilation of case studies showcases the good practices in 6 ASEAN countries in school safety, conducted within ASEAN Safe Schools Initiative (ASSI) programme.

Overview:

This compilation covers 6 country case studies:

  • Three case studies on Cambodia, Indonesia and Lao PDR showcase ASSI’s good practices and key learnings.
  • Three case studies on Myanmar, Philippines and Thailand showcase good practices, key learnings and enabling environment from various school safety initiatives in the countries including ASSI in Myanmar and Thailand.
2015 Good Practices
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