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NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON. “UTTARAKHAND DISASTER LESSONS LEARNT”, AT NIDM, AUGUST UTTARAKHAND. DISASTER Uttarakhand Disaster - Uttarakhand Disaster - Uttarakhand disaster in a most professional manner and have prepared an. Unplanned development is destroying the ecology of the mountains. None of the environmental laws are implemented in ecologically fragile areas in India and.
Due to its geo-climatic, ecological and socioeconomic settings, Uttarakhand is one of the most disaster prone States of the country. A service provided by. ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and timely humanitarian information on global crises and disasters since Learn more about ReliefWeb. OCHA products are designed to help everyone involved in a humanitarian aid operation find the information they need to understand the context, organize an effective response and monitor results. Labs Blog Mobile. Published on 20 Apr — View Original.
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Free download. RSS - Subscribe to information finely tuned to your needs. Most of these families are sending the child to the valley for higher education with larger fees and other financial implications.
Waiver of the fee for the children in both the government and private schools would do a lot better for these children to continue education. Major income of the Uttarakhand state is through religious tourism. Drastic decline in the number of pilgrims would cause a large of impact and distress among the local population. There is a need for NGO-involvement in providing support to alternative livelihood for these survivors. Limitations This observational report has certain limitations: Information was derived from records of clinical interventions and assessment carried out during the early phase of the disaster.
The assessments using structured instruments and rigorous sampling methods could not be carried out. The nature of the study is observational, which overrules the measure of actual research design results.
Only patterns of morbidity have been identified. However, the main strength of the results is that qualitative reporting, individual case based reporting and involvement of the community leaders and the survivors Future plans Families with life loss among the pilgrims need to be followed-up for prevention of emergence of long-term mental health issues through the Institutes of Mental Health in the respective states. The aim should be to provide specialist consultation, monitoring national programs, health services and training purposes.
Implementation of NMHP and life skills education for school children with disaster preparedness is highly essential. Initiation of de-addiction units across the state in district hospital is a must.
There are large number of altruistic religious service providers in the form of ashrams and temple committees in various religious places of the state. These need to be screened and bought into the mainstream psychosocial support care network. Footnotes Conflict of Interest: None declared. NDMA G. Carol SN. Psychiatric epidemiology of disaster responses. Trauma and Disaster, Responses and Management.
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