The penguins' dream home is going to be amazing, with an ice rink, a helter-skelter and a swimming pool on the roof. However, the animal builders' apprentice, Donkey, is turning out to be a bit of a disaster.
Table of Contents Preface Chapter # 1: Reducing the Risk of Fire Chapter # 2: Minimize the Risk of Falling Chapter # 3: Prevent Poisoning Chapter # 4: Reduce the Risk of Drowning Chapter # 5: Keeping Wild Animals Away Chapter # 6: Minimizing the Risk of Electrocution Chapter # 7: Secure the Garden Chapter # 8: Protect Your Home from Storms Chapter # 9: Protect Your Home From Burglary Chapter # 10: Minimizing the Damage From Floods Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Preface In life, there are a lot of things that have the potential to destroy us in the blink of an eye. We could talk of lighting, earthquakes, tsunamis, and more. While many are of the belief that being on the road increases the chances, we have to realize that danger also awaits us everywhere, even in our homes. From poisoning to house fires, the list is really long. But, it is not supposed to be that way. Home is supposed to be where you can rest and enjoy some quality time with the family. The good thing is you have the liberty to secure your home as much as you want. In this book, you will discover how you can reduce some accidents likely to occur in your home. This is not an assurance that by following the advice given in this book, you will never have accidents in your house. Think of it as wearing a seatbelt when in a car - it does not mean you will survive if an accident is to happen. Rather, you only increase your chances of surviving. Enjoy the reading.
This book provides guidance for structuring ethical reflection as well as analytical tools to get to the heart of issues quickly. It is designed to help practitioners engage ethically in applied peacebuilding and conflict transformation and to help students aspiring to be peacebuilders think about ethics. It discusses ethics and morality, significant barriers to ethical deliberations in applied work, moral theories, creative problem-solving for situations when moral values conflict, and the need for healthy ethical organizations. Throughout, concrete examples, scenarios, and discussion questions help draw out key issues to improve peacebuilding practices. Detailed case studies include peacebuilding initiatives in East Timor, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, and more.
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