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Youth Involvement in Disaster Management. Running Head: Youth Involvement in Disaster Akeyo, S. 1 The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) Youth Involvement in Disaster Management Presentation Paper for the Youth Session at The 5th Annual Caribbean Conference on Comprehensive Disaster Management At the Rose Hall Resort and Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica By Stephen O. Akeyo, MA, MSA, Ph. D. Student Indiana University, Indiana- […]
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The Man-Made Disaster: Chernobyl. Gulin Langbroek 11. 1 THE MAN-MADE DISASTER: CHERNOBYL “It is one of histories ironies that the worst nuclear accident began as a test to improve safety. ”, states Snell (1988). The Soviets wanted to find out how the Chernobyl power plant would cope with a sudden power loss, therefore the experiment tested how long a spinning turbine could provide electric power […]
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External or Internal Disaster in Organization. Different Business is affected by internal and external factors. These aspects have significant influences on the way business organisations are operating. One of these is the so-called disasters in an organization. Disasters may be considered as external if the forces happens from the external environment of the organization, like globalization, global financial crisis, technological changes and others while internet […]
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Aberfan Mining disaster – 1966. At 9.15 on Friday 21 October 1966, Aberfan in Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales, was the centre of the world’s media. A waste tip from the mine slid down the mountainside destroying a farm cottage killing all of the occupants. At Pant Glas School, the children were returning to their classrooms from morning assembly when a few of the children heard […]
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Exploring Disaster Risk Reduction. There is on-going vulnerability of nations and communities to the impacts of disasters which has led to increased national and regional commitments to disaster risk reduction and disaster management (SOPAC, 2005). The aim of this paper is to make a justification of the assertion that disaster management is a security concern. This will be done by looking at the terms disaster, […]
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Why L.A. Used as Setting for Most Disaster Movies.. HENOS WOLDE Instructor: STARR GOODE English 1 Essay 3 10/29/2012 Why L. A. used as setting for most disaster movies. Through decades of disaster films, Los Angeles has been targeted by aliens, toppled by temblors, sunken by tsunamis, leveled by lava, and a rogue tornado once took out the Hollywood sign. Even though in real life […]
Were Stalin’s Purges in the 1930’s a success or a disaster?. By 1929, Joseph Stalin had become the undisputed leader of one of the largest populations in the world. He achieved this through a combination of political scheming, the mistakes of his opponents and the ingenious way in which he built up his power base. Stalin had great plans, but in order to execute them, […]