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Disaster Management: Principles and Practices
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Disaster Management: Principles and Practices by Dr. Anil Kumar

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Disasters - whether natural catastrophes or man-made disruptions - pose significant threats to communities worldwide, causing extensive damage to property and infrastructure while upending lives and livelihoods. Effective disaster management encompasses preparedness, immediate response, recovery efforts, and mitigation strategies. Preparedness ensures readiness, response focuses on timely protective measures, recovery centers on reconstruction, and mitigation aims to diminish future risks. Collaboration among governments, NGOs, and communities, bolstered by advanced technologies and public awareness campaigns, plays a crucial role. Ultimately, robust disaster management not only saves lives and minimizes economic losses but also cultivates resilient communities poised for a safer tomorrow.


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