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  • 1. DisasterRisk Reduction Health Risk Reduction Measures
  • 2. Disaster strikes Water Death Shelter Food Supply Disease compromise shortage disrupted Extensive Few ManyImmediateImpact Restored- Deaths Not Partially no disease from restored- restored Measles Measles Malnutrition despite outbreak increasesLong TermImpact after restoringintervention Health Services
  • 3. Prevention Preparedness MitigationHealth-services Immunization Strengthening Primary Health ServicesHygiene Hand-washing Hygiene Promotion Cover face when Availability of soap sneezing, coughing Dispose sputum (Safe disposal – in a container which is covered )Water Store Bleaching Raised Hand pumps Powder/ Chlorine Raised Latrines Tablets Availability of jerry cansSanitation Bio-waste Control Availability of mugsVector Control Integrated Vector Availability of nets Management or Insecticide Treated Bed NetsCounseling Anweshi schemeFood Availability of ICDS, Mid Day Meal grains

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