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    Role of Government | | |Local Government: | |Due to "home rule," zoning and planning decisions generally rest with local governments | | ...
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    National Disaster Management Guidelines Role of NGOs in Disaster Management National Disaster Management Guidelines: Role of NGOs in Disaster Management A publication of: National Disaster Management Authority Government of India NDMA Bhawan A-1, Safdarjung Enclave New Delhi - 110 029 ...
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  • A Study of Vulnerable Flood Affected Districts of the State of West Bengal (India): Community Based Disaster Preparedness/Risk Reduction (I.E. Cbdp/Cbdrr) - a Proposal of Life Saving Strategic Disaster Preparedness Model.
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    relief and rehabilitation activities following the War of Liberation and succeeding natural calamities, International and local NGOs turned their efforts to longer term development in the absence of state capacity to deliver welfare. By the mid 1980s still lacking a strong state, NGOs were faced...
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  • Bangladesh Country Paper-Diaster Report
    &Rehabilitation Government of the Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh         Contents Ⅰ. 1. Country Profile Ⅱ. 1. Major Natural Disasters And Their Impacts In Bangladesh 1) Cyclones 2) Floods 3) Droughts 4) River bank erosions 5) Tornadoes Ⅲ. 1. Disaster and Disaster Management...
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    ijcrb.webs.com INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH IN BUSINESS JUNE 2011 VOL 3, NO 2 Role and Performance of Government and NGOs in Relief Assistance: A Case Study of 2005 Earthquake61 Khalil Ahmad(Corresponding author) Assistant Professor of Economics University of the Punjab...
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  • Management of Disasters and Crisis Situations in India with Focus on the Poor
    MANAGEMENT OF DISASTERS AND CRISIS SITUATIONS IN INDIA WITH FOCUS ON THE POOR Katar Singh and Vishwa Ballabh1,2,3 1. Introduction and Background Natural and man-made disasters have been a bane of India’s economy since time immemorial. In ancient Indian literature, there are references to natural disasters...
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    on account of their nature, construction and proximity to hazardous terrain or a disaster prone area” * Hazards: “Phenomena that pose a threat to people, structures, or economic assets and which may cause a disaster. * VULNERABILITY * The extent to which a community, structure, service or...
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    Executive Summary NGOs in Bangladesh have been recognized as effective change agents in the socio-economic arena throughout the world. Their contributions in micro credit, non-formal education and primary health care are widely known. NGOs play a significant role in society. As a result accountability...
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  • Ngos in Rural Bangladesh
    of people for their kind advice, suggestion, direction, cooperation that enable me to have an experience in the dynamic and challenging environment NGO sector ultimately to prepare this assignment. Then I likely thank from the core of my heart to Dr. Naznin Islam for his excellent guidance which has...
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    Corporate Social Responsibility during Gujarat Earthquake 2001 Author Name:Mihir R. Bhatt Director Disaster Mitigation Institute 411, Sakar Five Near Natraj Cinema, Ashram Road Ahmedabad – 380 009, India Tel: 0091-79-6586234/6583607 Fax: 0091-79-6582962 E-mail: dmi@icenet.net August 2002 Made by:Rajul...
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  • Disaster Management
    frequently affected by natural disasters? (ii) What are the main natural hazards that your community is vulnerable to? (iii) What types of decisions, actions and measures are taken at the level of your community to protect people and their assets before, during and after disasters? (iv) How would you improve...
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  • Ngo Development
    NGOs and Development in Bangladesh:  Abstract From its birth as an independent nation in 1971, Bangladesh became a site for Non Government Organisations.  Initially focussed on relief and rehabilitation activities following the War of Liberation and succeeding natural calamities, International...
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  • Defining Humanitarian Aid
    forms of foreign assistance and development aid are that: it is intended to be governed by the principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence it is intended to be short-term in nature and provide for activities in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. In practice it is often difficult...
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  • South Asian Communities Coping with Disaster
    Managers: South Asian communities coping with disaster In this feature, adapted from TVE Asia Pacific’s book accompanying the Truth Talking film package, Nalaka Gunawardene looks at how South Asians are turning disasters into opportunities. Disasters used to be local events that concerned only those...
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    efficiently so that hazards do not degenerate into disasters. With a coherent and meaningful crisis management strategy in place, it is quite possible to visualize our country despite its manifold hazards as a place that will eventually be free of all disasters. In the realm of crisis management, announcing...
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  • Communication Facilities for Disaster Management System
    Communication facilities for disaster management System [pic] Over the last few decades, a numbers of countries have set up disaster management information systems according to their own specific needs. Disasters are unpredictable and occur suddenly like earthquake, floods, drought and cyclone...
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  • Disaster Management in Bangladesh
    Definition of Disaster: Disaster means a serious disruption to a community caused by the impact of an event that requires a significant coordinated response by the Government and other entities to help the community to recover from the disruption. Disasters are usually associated with severe damage...
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  • Riverbank Erosion - Understanding & Approaches
    Components and Strategy, 70 FAO SOILS BULLETIN, 1996. STATE OF THE DISCOURSE ON RIVERBANK EROSION IN BANGLADESH Over the years and across the world, disaster preparedness has meant preparations for facing flood, drought, cyclone, tidal surge, tornado, pests, storms and now a new calamity earthquake. There...
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  • Pakistan and Turkey Relationship
    301 Topic: Role of Turkey in disasters Submitted by: Sunny Ahmar Reg No: 12-Arid-421 Section: B Evening Submitted to: Madam Salma Humanitarian Assistance by Turkey 1. Situated in a disaster-prone geography, Turkey has a strong...
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