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D’Quest is an electronic learning and gaming application on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation for children and youth. It is designed to make learning more fun for young people. Itis a joint project of UNICEF Philippines and the National Youth Commission that aims to motivate more children and youth to learn about disaster and climate risks and to be involved in ensuring theirown safety and those of their families and communities. It was developed by Vibal Group with the help of experts in the field as well as children and young people themselves.

– Self-paced learning with online and offline accessibility
– Asynchronous learning with basic and advanced course
– Content covers risks and hazards, Disaster Risk Reduction components and Climate Change Adaptation:
I. Basic Course
A. Climate Change
B. Geological Hazards: Earthquake, Tsunami, Volcanic Eruption, Sinkhole and Landslide
C. Hydro-Meteorological Hazards: Storm Surge, Thunderstorm, Flashflood & Typhoon
D. Human-Induced Hazards: Fire, Landmine, and Armed Conflicts
II. Advanced Module
A. Disaster Risk Reduction Components: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery
– Learning videos and interactive games, as well as quizzes, are integrated in the course.
– Certificate can be generated and printed upon completion of the course

To download DQuest click here


The Youth Toolbox acts as a repository of knowledge, experiences, and good practices, with the aim of providing policymakers with a comprehensive resource facility for developing inclusive and responsive youth policies in a process that optimizes engagement of youth-led organizations. It strives to engage the participation of a range of stakeholders, increasing the amount and diversity of knowledge and views. The Youth Policy Toolbox also aims to be interactive through the inclusion of training modules, opinion polls, and message postings. Each of these levels are specifically tailored to the needs of policymakers and youth, so that relevant content for both parties is available. The Toolbox also provides a contact database of all relevant United Nations bodies/agencies, government ministries, and youth organizations, providing users with a practical means of finding more information and becoming further involved. Through these means, it is hoped that knowledge is being enhanced and learning and sharing of experiences takes place.