Dear Mr. Girap,
This question actually calls for a debate as to whether in India we require international aid? Actually, A RESOUNDING NO! We do not require international aid what we do need is political committment in ensuring that our community is prepared for any eventuality. I would give you a comparitive analysis of what actually happened in India :In 1999 Super Cyclone hit Orissa and the loss of life & property was a staggering figure of 10,000 lives and causing property damages worth US $1.35 billion !Now if we compare this figure with Cyclone Phylin(2013) or more recently Huddud(2014) the loss of life was 11 in Phylin and 02 in Huddud. What could be the reason? The government of Orissa had not only set up the State Disaster Management Authority but focused on preparedness with NO International aid!
You have mentioned Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board which is India's most revered shrines and is located at 6,200 feet above sea level and has an average footfall of at-least 15-20,000 per day and on special days more then 30 to 40,000 pilgrims trek the 14.2 km track. The entire Himalayan range is prone to cloud burst,earthquake, landslide etc. However, the recent Jammu & Kashmir floods which had huge impact on the state , the entire shrine area had No casualties.This is due to good preparedness measures,committed administration.
Therefore with all the above examples, in India what we need is political commitment towards preparedness and Life Skill training's must be dynamic that would ensure an attitudinal change amongst people! Hope this helps,thanks for your question!