2 edition of Fourth IDNDR Pacific Regional Disaster Management Meeting found in the catalog.
Fourth IDNDR Pacific Regional Disaster Management Meeting
IDNDR Pacific Regional Disaster Management Meeting (4th 1995 Rarotonga, Cook Islands)
|Other titles||Report of proceedings|
|Contributions||Emergency Management Australia., Australian Coordination Committee for the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction., United Nations. Dept. of Humanitarian Affairs. South Pacific Programme Office.|
|LC Classifications||HV551.5.P16 I36 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||98182499|
Proceedings of the 7th South Pacic Regional IDNDR Dis aster Manage ment Me etin g, September,. [ ] K.J.E.W a l s h,K.L.M c I nn e s,a n dJ.L.M c B r i d e,“ C li m a t ec h a n g e. In the ’s, it was observed that the number of disasters and their impacts were increasing worldwide. This situation alarmed the United Nation Organisation which held various conferences on the issue, leading to the UN declaration of GAD 44/ of declaring the ’s as the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction (IDNDR).
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South Pacific Programme Office. South Pacific Regional IDNDR Disaster Management Meeting (4th: Rarotonga, Cook Islands) Published [Suva, Fiji]: United Nations, Dept. of Humanitarian Affairs, South Pacific Programme Office,  Physical Description. 33 p. ; 30 cm. Subjects. South Pacific Disaster Reduction Programme.
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The Asia-Pacific region accounted for the bulk of deaths from natural disasters in the last century, continuing to be the world’s most disaster-prone region in To build a resilient Asia-Pacific requires a paradigm shift from a response-recovery governance to a risk-sensitive development approach, and a stronger regional co-operation for.
Campbell, J. consolidating mutual assistance in disaster management Within the Pacific: Principles and application. In Seventh South Pacific Regional IDNDR Disaster Management Meeting, ed. South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission, 61– Suva: South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission.
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disaster risk management (DRM), through an in-depth assessment on the Pacific islands region. The report documents the current contributions of Pacific regional organizations to DRM andFile Size: KB.
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