10 Lines on Disaster Management

Disaster is a serious damage to the environment and ecosystem which not only destroys a place’s beauty and natural vegetation, but also takes the lives of many people. It can be either natural or man-made. Natural disaster includes earthquakes, floods, drought, cyclones, landslide etc and man-made disaster is climate change, deforestation, poaching and hunting, war which includes explosion of nuclear bombs, pollution etc. Both types of disasters are sufficient for mass killing of people.

Disaster management is done in order to manage the resources in order to reduce the effects of disaster on the people. Disaster management aims to protect people and send them to safe places.

10 Lines on Disaster Management in English

We have provided ten lines on disaster management in English. After reading these lines, you will know what is a disaster, what is disaster management, what is the aim of disaster management, what are the two categories of disaster, what is natural disaster, what is man- made disaster, what are pandemic emergencies, what is disaster prevention, what is disaster preparedness and relief etc.

You can add these lines in your essays and paragraph writing in your exam as well as in the school competition. It will also enhance your knowledge on disaster management and help you to write essay on disaster management or speech on disaster management:

 10 Lines on Disaster Management – Set 1

1) Disaster relates to some uncertain calamities which causes a huge loss of lives and property.

2) There are two categories of disaster, one is natural and another is man-made.

3) Natural disasters are caused due to natural reasons and cannot be controlled, like floods, earthquakes, droughts, cyclones etc.

4) Man-made disasters are those which are caused due to some major man-made activities like atomic war, pollution, climate change, major accidents etc.

5) Pandemic emergencies in which an infectious disease spreads in a larger region resulting in high death also come under disaster.

6) Disaster management is the management of resources so that it could reach to those who are affected by disaster.

7) Disaster management can be said as the preparedness, quick response and fast recovery for reducing impacts of disaster.

8) Disaster prevention is the component in which preparation is done in advance to prevent or avoid bad effects of disasters.

9) Disaster preparedness is the effort which is made to reduce the adverse effects of a disaster.

10) Disaster relief is the component which gives support to the people affected by the disaster.

We have provided another set of ten lines on disaster management. After reading these lines you will know that what disaster management means, what is the plan of disaster management, what is the condition of India in disasters, what kind of disasters India is prone to, what the government thinks on disaster management, what is the thought of government on disaster reduction, what is NDMA, when NDMA came into existence, what NDMA does etc.

You can use these lines in your speeches and extempore in the school competitions. These lines will also increase your knowledge on disaster management and it will also be very useful in the seminars as well as in your GK quiz competitions.

10 Lines on Disaster Management – Set 2

1) Disaster management is the management of resources and responsibilities by which we can reduce the impact of disasters.

2) Disaster management plans are multi-dimensional and are aimed to address the disasters like floods, earthquakes, droughts landslides, cyclones etc.

3) India is also vulnerable to many types of disasters like earthquakes, floods, droughts, landslide etc which claims lot of lives.

4) It is understood that growth will not be sustainable unless disaster reduction is included in the growth process.

5) It is also observed that spending in disaster reduction is more economical as compared to spending in relief and rehabilitation.

6) Government has taken several steps by creating many organisations in order to reduce the hazards of disaster.

7) One of the organisations set up for disaster management is NDMA (National Disaster Management Authority).

8) NDMA was established by “Disaster Management Act 2005” and is headed by the Prime Minister.

9) NDMA runs several programs for reduction and avoidance of the disaster within best possible time for the people.

10) The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) was also set up under NDMA to provide aid and assistance to the people affected by a disaster.

Disaster causes a huge loss of lives and property and disaster management helps to deal with the situation. It is also observed in meetings and discussion that spending on disaster prevention is economically more suitable than relief and rehabilitation. Disaster management helps to mitigate the effects of disaster and makes the system ready through proper administration, policy and planning.