Power Play: Flooding disaster showed up major failures in local Auckland leadership

Power Play: Flooding disaster showed up major failures in local Auckland leadership

Power Play – Aucklanders did not get the political leadership they deserve as they face the aftermath of Friday night’s devastating floods.카지노사이트 They needed reassurance, the confidence of strong leadership and clear direction. While the emergency response kicked into high gear on the ground, the political response was sadly lacking. During Saturday’s media conference, mayor…

Gender based violence a disaster within disaster

Gender based violence a disaster within disaster

JAKARTA – Gender-based violence (GBV) against women and children occurs under a variety of circumstances, including disasters. Women and children are especially vulnerable to violence in situations where they should be more protected from all forms of violence.카지노사이트 A disaster is defined as a serious disruption in the functioning of a community or society that…

Disaster hub to monitor Davao de Oro coastal towns

Disaster hub to monitor Davao de Oro coastal towns

DAVAO CITY—A disaster hub which will serve as a satellite facility of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) of Davao de Oro has been established in the municipality of Pantukan to watch over the coastal towns of the province.카지노사이트 Governor Dorothy Montejo-Gonzaga officially opened the Andam Action Center Resilience Hub located inside…

Indonesia stadium disaster: only four paramedics were on standby inside grounds

Indonesia stadium disaster: only four paramedics were on standby inside grounds

Only four paramedics were on standby inside the football stadium in Indonesia where 131 people were killed in a crowd crush, with a further 12 nearby, the head of the local public health office has said, promising a thorough evaluation of the response.카지노사이트 The match was not considered to be a high-risk event because only…

New report highlights increased disaster risks for the Pacific

New report highlights increased disaster risks for the Pacific

According to a subregional edition of the Asia Pacific Disaster Report 2022: Pathways for Adaptation and Resilience in the Pacific, every degree increase between 1.5°C and 2°C increases the risk of tropical cyclones in the Pacific small island developing States (SIDS) with expanded geographical coverage and increasing intensity, followed by floods and droughts. Climate change…