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Safer school construction – Stage 4: Construct

During community construction, the program manager makes sure everyone working on the school project is trained in hazard-resistant construction and that the workers follow the design. The school management committee helps monitor the process, and the program manager also ensures the project is independently inspected for safety.

There are three steps in Stage 4:

Step 1: Build local skills
Step 2: Monitor construction
Step 3: Practice and communicate safety

What stakeholders provide for Stage 4: Construct

Government agencies provide:

  • Education sector goals
  • School construction policies


Local community provides:

  • Local context
  • School safety advocates
  • Local authorities
  • Other organisations and related activities


Implementing organisation (for example, NGO, CBO, local authority) provides:

  • Program manager to facilitate process
  • Project scope
  • Funds
 
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Go back to stage 3: Design

Go to stage 5: Maintain

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