National policies and plans

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2009
This is the National Policy on Disaster Management in India from 2009. India is vulnerable, in varying degrees, to a large number of natural as well as man-made disasters. 58.6 per cent of the landmass is prone to earthquakes of moderate to very high intensity.
National Disaster Management Authority (India)
2020

The document is a compendium of all the guidelines and advisories issued by various ministries and departments of the Government of India for mitigation of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

India - government
2019

The revision of the existing National Disaster Management Plan 2016 started in April, 2017 with a consultative workshop. This was followed by several rounds of extensive consultations internally and with different stakeholders and experts from different

India - government
2019

SOP for heatwave has been developed by the District Disaster Management Authority of Gorakhpur with technical support from UNICEF, UP. In SOP, the roles & responsibilities of all the departmental stakeholders have been clearly identified & comprehensively

District Disaster Management Authority Gorakhpur
2019

Between June 1 and August 19, 2018, the state of Kerala went through the worst ever floods in the state's history since 1924. One sixth of the population — about 5.4 million Keralites — were affected. Following the disaster, the Government of Kerala felt

Government of Kerala
2007

Section 23 of India's Disaster Management Act 2005 stipulates that there should be a disaster management plan for every state. India's national vision is to build a safer and disaster-resilient country by developing a holistic, proactive, multi-disaster

National Disaster Management Authority (India)
2016

India is endowed with vast resources of livestock, including poultry and fisheries. The livestock sector plays an important role in the country's national economy and socio-economic development. But India and its smallholder farmers are vulnerable to

India - government
2016

The Kerala State Disaster Management Plan 2016 is in line with the National Disaster Management Policy 2009, State Disaster Management Policy 2010, the National Disaster Management Plan 2016, and numerous plans and guidelines relevant to disaster risk

Government of Kerala
2012

This plan is prepared as per the guidelines provided by the National Disaster Management Authority, and based on existing hazard vulnerability and risk perception of the various stakeholders. The roles and functions to be played by the different organs of

Himachal Pradesh State Disaster Management Authority
2017

This Plan presents an updated version of the State Disaster Management Plan 2012, now taking into consideration new developments that have taken place since the adoption of the plan. The plan also presents lessons learned during the course of

Himachal Pradesh State Disaster Management Authority