2 Jul 2014, UNISDR AP
'We have learnt several lessons along the way. One of the most important is the need to prioritise because of the size of the task. Another is to involve the community and the local authorities and have the political will and readiness to assess the situation and then take action. This requires close coordination,' Mr Kadyrkulov said...
|Disaster||Date||Affected||(no. of people)|
|Mass mov. wet||1994||58,500|
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