3 Mar 2015, UNISDR AP
'Experience from implementing and monitoring the HFA shows the need for a multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral approach for disaster risk management coupled with strong national coordination backed by government leadership,' the Director of Sri Lanka’s Disaster Management Centre Ms. Anoja Seneviratne said...
|Disaster||Date||Affected||(no. of people)|
|Mass mov. wet||1994||58,500|
Source of data: OFDA/CRED International Disaster Database
Data version: v11.08 *: Including tsunami
Data displayed does not imply national endorsement.
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Officially declared national coordinating multi-sectoral and inter-disciplinary mechanisms for advocacy, coordination, analysis and advice on disaster risk reduction.