Drought mitigation

Any hazard turns into disaster only when communities are unprepared for such eventualities, when physical structures and the environment are not resilient enough to resist the hazards, when responses to the disaster are not swift, effective and efficient,when no steps had been taken to avoid or reduce disaster risks and impacts, and when no safety measures are in place.

It is important to note that mitigation measures ought to be undertaken with a clear intent of linking relief,rehabilitation and development activities together.This can be achieved through the continual incorporation of core disaster management principles.

DIF

RSSACS

GOR

GNK

NABARD

WRD

GOR

HFW

GOI

DFID

GAIN

TBS

USL

HRD

ihmr

stc

crs

tata

cafindia

Canon