Disaster Management in High Risk Regions: A Case Study of the Indian Himalayas Region

Bright Chinemerem Amajuoyi, Oguguo C. Njoku, Joachim Kodjo Arthur, Dilshad Sarwar

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The occurrence of several cases of natural disaster and its impact on high-risk regions remains an issue that continues to attract continued research, most especially from a global perspective. Despite the devastating impact of several known natural phenomenon such as flooding, tsunamis, earthquakes, glaciers and tornadoes, there seem not to be well-structured disaster management approach from stakeholders in high-risk disaster-prone regions to cope with eventual disaster cases. The Indian Himalayan region under review within this research article has been conducted investigated, and a review on how the build of poorly constructed residences have impacted the lives of people living within this region. This article addresses this problem in a line with well-structured thematic sections that examines community resilience, effective stakeholder communication and community preparedness can result in effective disaster management approach.
Original languageEnglish
Article number5
Pages (from-to)62-74
Number of pages13
JournalInternational Journal of Strategic Engineering (IJoSE)
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2020


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