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AN ANALYTICAL REVIEW OF STUDIES ON IMPACT OF DISASTER AND MANAGEMENT IN ASIA

Authors:
Dr. R. SHANTHI, ; Dr. P. NALRAJ,

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Dr. R. SHANTHI,1 ; Dr. P. NALRAJ,2
1,2. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY (DEPUTED TO D.G. GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, MAYILADUTHURAI)

MLA 8
SHANTHI, Dr. R., and Dr. P. NALRAJ. "AN ANALYTICAL REVIEW OF STUDIES ON IMPACT OF DISASTER AND MANAGEMENT IN ASIA." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 4, no. 4, Mar. 2019, pp. 1673-1679, ijsser.org/more2019.php?id=123. Accessed Mar. 2019.
APA
SHANTHI, D., & NALRAJ, D. (2019, March). AN ANALYTICAL REVIEW OF STUDIES ON IMPACT OF DISASTER AND MANAGEMENT IN ASIA. Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, 4(4), 1673-1679. Retrieved from ijsser.org/more2019.php?id=123
Chicago
SHANTHI, Dr. R., and Dr. P. NALRAJ. "AN ANALYTICAL REVIEW OF STUDIES ON IMPACT OF DISASTER AND MANAGEMENT IN ASIA." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research 4, no. 4 (March 2019), 1673-1679. Accessed March, 2019. ijsser.org/more2019.php?id=123.

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Abstract:
Given the stark differences in climatic conditions across its length and breadth, India continues to be vulnerable to multiple hazards such as avalanches, cyclones, droughts, earthquakes, floods, landslides and forest fires. Disasters are natural or human-induced. Natural disasters are hazardous events resulting from natural processes occurring on Earth and include earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions, droughts, and tsunamis to name a few. Human-induced or man-made disasters include Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) emergencies. Driven by the frenetic pace of unscientific developmental activities, we are increasingly witnessing a third type of disaster - human-induced natural disaster. As per UNISDR, the aftermath of a disaster can have far-reaching consequences. Most disasters have an immediate and negative fallout in the short term; and in the absence of effective and timely intervention, compound in severity and duration, often delaying the road to recovery. The magnitude of disaster, location, and the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the disaster management processes play a major role in determining the overall impact of a disaster. The studies reviewed that the reason for the not recovering are rehabilitation measures could not properly reached. Because most of the people illiterate. The program implemented by the NGOs and the government have not properly reach the needy section of the costal population.