Disaster managent in INDIA :by SHUBHAM NINAWE

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Disaster managent in INDIA :by SHUBHAM NINAWE

  1. 1. DISASTER MANAGEMENT By: Shubham Ninawe GNIET
  2. 2. What Is a Disaster ? “ A Disaster is natural or manmade events which results in widespread human loss, loss of livelihood , propert life. ” GNIET
  3. 3. India’s Vulnerability to Disasters: 57% - Earthquakes …. 68% - Drought. …. 12% - Floods …. 08% - Cyclones … GNIET
  4. 4. Components of Disaster Management: 1. 2. 3. Preparedness Response Recovery 4. Prevention / Reduction GNIET
  5. 5. Disaster Preparedness It involves measures to ensure that communities and services are capable of coping with the effect of disaster. GNIET
  6. 6. Ways for Disaster Preparedness  Community awareness and education.  Proper warning system.  Mutual aid arrangement.  Mock drill, training practice. GNIET
  7. 7. Disaster Response It involves measures taken in anticipation of, during and immediately after a disaster to ensure that the effects are minimized. GNIET
  8. 8. Examples for Disaster Response  Implementing the disaster management plan  Setting up medical camps and mobilizing resources  Providing adequate shelter and sanitary facilities  Development of search and rescue team GNIET
  9. 9. Disaster Recovery It involves measures, which support emergency affected areas in reconstruction of the physical infrastructure and restoration of economic and emotional well being. GNIET
  10. 10. Examples for Disaster Recovery  Counseling programme for those who lost the near ones.  Restoring services like roads, communication link.  Providing financial support employment.  Reconstructing damaged buildings. GNIET
  11. 11. ReDUCTION & Mitigation It involves measures to eliminate or Reduce the incidence of severity of disasters. GNIET
  12. 12. Disaster ManagementCycle GNIET
  13. 13. Invest in Preparedness Investments in Preparedness and Prevention (Mitigation) will yield sustainable results, rather than spending money on Relief after a disaster. Most disasters are predictable, especially in their seasonality and the disaster-prone areas which are vulnerable. Communities must be involved in disaster preparedness. GNIET
  14. 14. New Directions For Disaster Management In INDIA The NDMA (National Disaster Management Authority) has been set up as the APEX body for Diasaster management in INDIA, with Prime Minister as its Chairman.
  15. 15. Principles of Disaster Management  Minimize casualties  Prevent further casualties  Rescue the victims  First aid  Evacuate  Medical care  Reconstruction GNIET
  16. 16. Thank You GNIET

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