appropriateemergency management, leads tofinancial, environmental, or human impact. Theresulting loss depends on the capacity of the population to support or resist the disaster: their resilience. This understanding is concentrated in theformulation: "disasters occur when hazards meetvulnerability". A natural hazard will hence never result in a natural disaster in areas withoutvulnerability, e.g., strong earthquakes in uninhabitedareas. The term natural has consequently beendisputed because the events simply are not hazardsor disasters without human involvement.
 Human-made disasters
Disasters caused by human action, negligence, error, or involving the failure of a system arecalled human-made disasters. Human-made disasters are in turn categorized as technological or sociological. Technological disasters are the results of failure of technology, such as engineeringfailures, transport disasters, or environmental disasters. Sociological disasters have a stronghuman motive, such ascriminal acts,stampedes,riots, andwar .
What is Disaster? Disaster is a sudden, calamitous event bringing great damage, loss, anddestruction and devastation to life and property. The damage caused by disasters is immeasurableand varies with the geographical location, climate and the type of the earth surface/degree of vulnerability. This influences the mental, socio-economic, political and cultural state of the affectedarea. Generally, disaster has the following effects in the concerned areas,
It completely disrupts the normal day to day life
It negatively influences the emergency systems