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Disaster risk reduction measures n Bangladesh

Publication Date - 2012-01-01 00:00:00

Publication Title : Disaster risk reduction measures n Bangladesh

Publicationed By : Mr. Raman Kumar Biswas

Publication Publication Date : 2012-01-01 00:00:00

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Disasters damage the entire economy of the country when they predominantly take place in developing countries. While no country in the world is entirely safe, lack of capacity to limit the impact of hazards has made developing countries being the most vulnerable nations to natural disasters. Bangladesh is being identified as a country that is vulnerable to climate change and subsequent natural disasters every year. Dense population and poverty have reduced the adaptability of Bangladesh in disastrous situations thus further increasing the severity of impact from disasters. Owing to geographical settings, Bangladesh is currently ranked as one of the world’s most disaster-prone countries in the world. The frequent natural hazards such as cyclones, storm surges, floods, droughts, tornados, riverbank erosions, earthquakes, arsenic contamination of groundwater, and landslides account for significant losses in human lives and physical assets while effects are further reflected in social settings, ecosystems, and the economic well-being of the country. This paper evaluates the types of natural disasters Bangladesh is subjecting to, how they have affected the Bangladesh community, and existing disaster risk reduction strategies. The Paper also evaluates four main domains of disaster vulnerability reduction measures namely physical, engineering, structural, and organizational. Existing disaster risk reduction strategies adopted in Bangladesh are linked with the aforementioned four domains of disaster vulnerability reduction measures. A comprehensive literature review is used as the research method. Literature synthesis suggests that Bangladesh is using a …

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