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Disaster Management - Causes, Preventions and Suggestions

M. C. Shibin Tad, K. A. Janardhanan


The main objectives of this paper to analyses disaster management, it’sauses, preventions and suggestions. As the biggest problem with the disasters is the suddenness and swiftness with which they arrive. Hence, in order to reduce the severity of a disaster the response also has to equally swift. Disasters themselves are not limited to specific parts of world, though, certain areas might be more prone to certain specific type of disaster, e.g. area around Pacific rim is more prone to earthquakes, some countries are more prone to terrorist activities, some coastal areas are more prone to cyclones, and, some areas are more prone to floods. However, the more advanced a nation is, typically, their level of preparedness is higher.

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