Natural disaster management
An informative collection of slides that provide awareness about Natural Disasters, effects, principles, aftermath, preventive and corrective actions. It also talks about Nepal Tragedy happened in 2015.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Natural disaster management
A disaster can be defined as any occurrence
that cause 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 or area.
Landsides, Droughts, Floods, Earthquakes,
Man-Made Disasters—Nuclear Blast, Cyber
attacks, Explosions, Radiological
Natural Disaster Management can be
defined as the organization and management
of resources and responsibilities for dealing
with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies,
in particular preparedness, response and
recovery in order to lessen the impact of
Natural Disaster Management is important
because natural disaster don’t only effect
buildings and land, they affect human beings.
They can severely injure or kill.They tare
Natural disaster of Nepal in April 2015
claimed the life of 8,800 people and injured
more than 23,000 people..
Natural Disasters can effect everyone,
everywhere. Even if it happen in a particular
area, the cost effects the nation as a whole.
The Nepal Disaster cost insures about $5
billion(about 25% of GDP)
Tohoku Earthquake andTsunami hit Japan
2011 with magnitude of 9.0. left millions
dead, injured or missing.
Haithi earthquake of 2010 with magnitude of
7.0 had over 200,000 deaths and million were
left homeless in Haithi.
Hurricane Katrina of 2005 was the 6th strongest
earthquake that insures over $81 billion in United
Cyclone Nargis hit Myanmar badly on Ma 2,2008
which caused deaths of around 140,000 people and
washed up densely populated area around the
Irrawaddy River delta in Myanmar.
Comprehensive – consider and take into account all hazards, all phases, all
stakeholders and all impacts relevant to disasters.
Progressive – anticipate future disasters and take preventive and preparatory
measures to build disaster-resistant and disaster-resilient communities.
Risk-driven – use sound risk management principles (hazard identification, risk
analysis, and impact analysis) in assigning priorities and resources.
Integrated – ensure unity of effort among all levels of government and all
elements of a community.
Collaborative – create and sustain broad and sincere relationships among
individuals and organizations to encourage trust, advocate a team atmosphere,
build consensus, and facilitate communication.
Coordinated – synchronize the activities of all relevant stakeholders to achieve a
Flexible – use creative and innovative approaches in solving disaster challenges.
Professional – value a science and knowledge-based approach; based on
education, training, experience, ethical practice, public stewardship and
Natural Disaster are something that can not be
stopped, or prevented, but we can do some
thing’s before and after disasters to help reduce
the amount of trauma caused by these disasters.
Ways to Help:
Donate to organizations that deal with natural
Volunteer with these organizations
Many organizations that are based around helping,
supporting, and rescuing victims, are places that you
can donate to and where they raise money.
Natural Disasters don’t just create damage when it hits.The
effects after can be worse. Many of them can cause lose ground,
creating landslides. Some can start fires in homes, also it can
cause the loss of everything we know.
Disastrous events in very poor and politically paralyzed nations
such as Nepal often become a long drawn out chain of events, in
that one disaster feeds into another for years or even decades
The after effects from the earthquake have knock effects on a
myriad seemingly unrelated aspects.The first monsoon related
effects: a landslip on June 11th has claimed 53 lives meanwhile a
glacial lake had burst in particularly hard hit Solukhumbhu district;
whether or not the quake had contributed such events is often
unknown and unresearched, but certainly possible.