Disaster Management and Public Health
Disasters affect public health. When a natural calamity occurs, there is a lot of loss to public infrastructure as well as public health because of the destruction of natural habitat and the fact that they’ll be cut off from the mainland. Also, the working conditions are sub-minimal and it becomes increasingly difficult for organisation personnel to provide help. It is in times as such that government must take drastic and innovative measures as quickly as possible because it takes a longer period of time to restore what has been lost, both the natural habitat and the artificial infrastructure as well.
- Disaster management policies
- Disaster management organisations