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1.3GLOBAL DIMENSIONS OF DISASTERS
1.4OVERVIEW OF NATURAL DISASTERS IN INDIA
1.5OVERVIEW OF MAN-MADE DISASTERS
1.6VULNERABILITY PROFILE OF INDIA
1.7ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
1.8DEVELOPMENT vs ENVIRONMENT
1.9CONCLUSION
1.10KEY CONCEPTS
1.11REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
1.12ACTIVITIES
2.0LEARNING OUTCOME
2.1INTRODUCTION
2.2STAGES IN DISASTER MANAGEMNET
2.3THE DISASTER CYCLE
2.4SHIFT TO MITIGATION AND PREPAREDNESS PLANNING IN INDIA
2.5RESPONSE MECHANISM IN INDIA
2.6CONCLUSION
2.7KEY CONCEPTS
2.8REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
2.9ACTIVITIES
3.0 LEARNING OUTCOME
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.2 DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE TO DISASTER MANAGEMENT
3.3 DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS
3.4 DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN RIVERINE REGIONS
3.5 DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN COASTAL REGIONS
3.6 TRENDS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT
3.7 CONCLUSION
3.8 KEY CONCEPTS
3.9 REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
3.10 ACTIVITIES
4.0LEARNING OUTCOME
4.1INTRODUCTION
4.2INTERNATIONAL APPROACH TO DISASTER MANAGEMENT
4.3PARADIGM SHIFT
4.4DISASTER PREPAREDNESS IN INDIA
4.5ISSUES INVOLVED IN DISASTER PREPAREDNESS
4.6CAPACITY BUILDING FOR EARTHQUAKE VULNERABILITY REDUCTION
4.7EXTERNAL LINKAGES
4.8CYCLONES AND FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION
4.9CONCLUSION
4.10KEY CONCEPTS
4.11REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
4.12ACTIVITIES
5.0 LEARNING OUTCOME
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 SIGNIFICANCE OF DISASTER PREVENTION
5.3 ISSUES INVOLVED IN DISASTER PREVENTION
5.4 HAZARD MAPPING FOR DISASTER PREVENTION
5.5 PLANNING FOR DISASTER PREVENTION
5.6 PREVENTION GUIDELINES IN CASE OF SELECTED HAZARDS
5.7 CHALLENGES FOR SOUTH ASIA
5.8 IMPLICATIONS FOR HUMANITARIAN & DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES
5.10 KEY CONCEPTS
5.11 REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
5.12 ACTIVITIES
6.0 LEARNING OUTCOME
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 UNDERSTANDING VULNERABILITY
6.3 VULNERABILITY AND CAPACITY
6.4 VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS
6.5 RISK ASSESSMENT
6.6 CONDUCTING RISK ASSESSMENT
6.7 RISK MAPPING
6.8 CONCLUSION
6.9 KEY CONCEPTS
6.10 REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
6.11 ACTIVITIES
7.0LEARNING OUTCOME
7.1INTRODUCTION
7.2TYPES OF RESOURCES
7.3NEW DIRECTIONS FOR RESOURCE MOBILISATION: LOCAL SOURCES
7.4CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: AN EMERGING AVENUE
7.5BUILDING RESILIENCE THROUGH RISK SHARING AND TRANSFER
7.6CIVIL SOCIETY INITIATIVE FOR RELIEF
7.7RESOURCE ANALYSIS
7.8CONCLUSION
7.9KEY CONCEPTS
7.10REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
7.11ACTIVITIES
8.0LEARNING OUTCOME
8.1INTRODUCTION
8.2CONCEPTS OF DISASTER MITIGATION AND PREPAREDNESS
8.3MITIGATION MEASURES
8.4PROBLEM AREAS IN MITIGATION
8.5GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF MITIGATION
8.6TOWARDS MITIGATION
8.7RESOURCES RELEVANT TO MITIGATION
8.8CONTRIBUTION OF UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES IN DISASTER MITIGATION
8.9CONCLUSION
8.10KEY CONCEPTS
8.11REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
8.12ACTIVITIES
9.0LEARNING OUTCOME
9.1INTRODUCTION
9.2CONCEPT OF COMMUNITY BASED DISASTER MANAGEMENT (CBDM)
9.3PRINCIPLES, STRATEGIES AND CHALLENGES
9.4 REQUIREMENTS IN CBDM
9.7EXAMPLES IN RESILIENCE
9.8CONCLUSION
9.9KEYCONCEPTS
9.10REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
9.11ACTIVITIES
10.0LEARNING OUTCOME
10.1INTRODUCTION
10.2SIGNIFICANCE OF SEARCH AND RESCUE ( SAR)
10.3PHASES OF SAR
10.4LOGISTICS AND METHODS
10.5BEHAVIOURAL REQUIREMENTS
10.6CONCLUSION
10.7KEY CONCEPTS
10.8REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
10.9ACTIVITIES
11.0LEARNING OUTCOME
11.1INTRODUCTION
11.2.1Temporary Shelter
11.2.2Community Participation
11.2.3Requirement of Dovetailing Response with Risk Reduction
11.2.4Environment and Infrastructure
11.3REQUIREMENTS IN WAREHOUSING AND STOCKPILING
11.4CONCLUSION
11.5KEY CONCEPTS
11.6REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
11.7ACTIVITIES
12.0LEARNING OUTCOME
12.1INTRODUCTION
12.2STEPS IN RELIEF DISTRIBUTION
12.3TYPES OF PROGRAMMES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
12.5PROBLEMS IN RELIEF ADMINISTRATION
12.6CONCLUSION
12.7KEY CONCEPTS
12.8REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
12.9ACTIVITIES
13.0LEARNING OUTCOME
13.1INTRODUCTION
13.2FEATURES OF THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTRE (EOC)
13.3THE INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM
13.4ORGANISATIONAL SET-UP OF EOC
13.5NON-DISASTER TIME ACTIVITIES OF THE EOC
13.6PROBLEMS WITH EOCs
13.7THE MULTI-AGENCY COORDINATION SYSTEM (MACS)
13.8CONCLUSION
13.9KEY CONCEPTS
13.10REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
13.11ACTIVITIES
14.0LEARNING OUTCOME
14.1INTRODUCTION
14.2ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF DAMAGE ASSESSMENT
14.3TYPES OF DAMAGES
14.4DAMAGE REPORTS
14.5CONCLUSION
14.6KEY CONCEPTS
14.7REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
14.8ACTIVITIES
15.0LEARNING OUTCOME
15.1INTRODUCTION
15.2CONCEPTS OF REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION
15.3TYPES OF REHABILITATION
15.4GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION
15.5POST-DISASTER STORY: THE TSUNAMI AFTERMATH
15.6PROBLEM AREAS IN DISASTER RECOVERY
15.7INTERLINKAGES BETWEEN RECOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT
15.8CONCLUSION
15.9KEY CONCEPTS
15.10REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
15.11ACTIVITIES
16.0LEARNING OUTCOME
16.1INTRODUCTION
16.2DISASTERS AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES
16.3NEED FOR A NEW PARADIGM
16.4CONCLUSION
16.5KEY CONCEPTS
16.6REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING
16.7ACTIVITIES
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