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Kidzania Manila’s new attraction teaches kids basic survival skills

/ 04:36 PM August 26, 2018

Kidzania Disaster Preparedness Training Center

Inside the new Disaster Preparedness Training Center at Kidzania. (Photo by ABS-CBN Corp Com) 

Because basic survival skills is a must, Kidzania Manila’s newest attraction, The Disaster Preparedness Training Center, is a simulation facility for every potential hazard possible, which aims to teach kids how to respond to threats.

Young disaster response trainees aged seven to 17 years old can learn how to plan, prepare, survive and recover from natural disasters.


The facility also offers lifelike disaster scenario which will challenge them to assess the emergency situation and secure the area, find survivors and help carry them to safety, and locate exits and escape safely.


In view of the natural disasters threatening the country, the government has been conducting comprehensive awareness campaigns about the kinds of natural disasters physically possible within the Philippines as well as its cause and effect on the country’s topography and economy.

Kidzania Manila, which is located at Park Triangle at Bonifacio Global City, aims to help in this effort. /ee

(From left) Taguig Bureau of Fire Protection SINSP. Jessie James Samaniego, KidZania Manila Mayor EO Masilugan, BFPHQ Chief Inspector Glezie Dauz, DOST Undersecretary for Risk Reduction and Climate Change Dr. Renato Solidum, and KidZania Manila COO Tourino Dilaga. (PHOTO by ABS-CBN Corp Com)

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