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Kanishk Kumar
Kanishk Kumar added a reason to Be Human
We collected suggestions from teachers, our friends and concluded that for better management the government should be functioning properly at the following points –  Transportation  Communication  Public work and engineering  Fire fighting  Information and planning  Mass care  Resource support  Health and medical services  Urban search…Read More
Kanishk Kumar
Kanishk Kumar added a reason to Be Human
We even found out about the management by the people and by the government and found out that when compared with other countries our country lacks in – Warning system Pre-disaster preparedness Relief from disaster Co-ordination Rehabilitation and reconstruction Proper administration Finances for post-disaster relief Encouraging…Read More
Kanishk Kumar
Kanishk Kumar added a reason to Be Human
The disasters are classified into two types namely, Natural Disaster and Man Made disaster. A natural disaster is a major adverse event resulting from natural processes of the Earth; examples include floods, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, and other geologic processes. A natural disaster can cause loss of life or property damage, and…Read More
Kanishk Kumar
Kanishk Kumar added a reason to Be Human
Disasters possess the following common characteristics: 1) Extraordinary magnitude of harm 2) Ecological disruption 3) Disproportionate impact on vulnerable communities 4) Demands for response that exceed the community’s ability to cope 5) Necessity for outside assistance Physical damage and destruction are hallmarks of many disasters, but…Read More
Kanishk Kumar
Kanishk Kumar added a reason to Be Human
Disaster is an occurrence that causes damage, ecological disruption, loss of human life, deterioration of health and health services on a scale sufficient to warrant an extraordinary response from outside the affected community area.
Kanishk Kumar
Kanishk Kumar added a reason to Be Human
Individual Households. This is from where everything begins and the same happens in managing disasters. We can’t stay back and think “What we alone can do?” We must remember that “Every drops counts”! As a common people we must be aware about the disaster preparedness and once warned must be ready and prepared.