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Yamuna Augmentation Canal Breach - Man-made Disaster?

A 75 feet wide breach on right bank of Yamuna Augmentation Canal (AC) has drowned vast agricultural land area belonging to three villages of Alahar, Palewala and Nachron falling under Radaur block of Yamuna Nagar district, Haryana. 3,336 more words

Disaster Management

Ramadan 2015 - OC here to help your organisation

Many NGOs have pressure to work in all humanitarian affected corners of the world, overstretching their capacity, especially at Ramadan. Some NGOs want to implement in some areas, but cannot for one of many other reasons (e.g. 426 more words

Disaster Management

Rescue robots get government support

The Korean government has pledged support for the development of rescue robotic technologies by setting a goal of commercialization by 2022. The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) said Monday it is reviewing the “public safety robot project” to see if it is viable. 134 more words

High Tech Systems & Materials

Religious minorities: human rights vs humanitarian aid

On behalf of a client we wrote a research report on religious minorities in Iraq. Iraq is in significant disarray, affecting almost all residents in some way. 945 more words


More Rapid Response Teams Needed for Disaster Management

The Philippines needs more private rapid response teams to save lives and lessen damages in the event of disasters.

When Typhoon Chedeng (International Name Maysak) made landfall in Baler, Aurora, the Private Sector Disaster Management Network (PSDMN) team was pre-positioned in the area and ready for it. 359 more words


Mental health and disasters.

Natural and man-made disasters happen year upon year. We see them reported in the news, with varying degrees (a discussion for another time). We can see the physical damage these disasters produce: damage to property and the environment, injuries and loss of lives, displacement and the local economy is disrupted. 618 more words

The Academic Hat

Friday 20 March 2015

Write a cookbook called Recipe for Disaster that has basic nutritious meals that can be prepared after floods and earthquakes.

Author: Charles Addison

Food And Drink