Notes On Stages of Disaster Management - CBSE Class 10 Geography
Disaster management prepares us to deal with such situations by preventing any calamity, minimising the effects, and taking timely action for normalising the situation.   

Disaster Management is a chain of activities carried out before, during and after the disaster occurs.

To effectively deal with disaster in all its stages, disaster management is broken down in to four important stages. These are advance preparation, relief to the victims, restoration of normalcy and prevention plan for the future.

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Disaster management prepares us to deal with such situations by preventing any calamity, minimising the effects, and taking timely action for normalising the situation.   

Disaster Management is a chain of activities carried out before, during and after the disaster occurs.

To effectively deal with disaster in all its stages, disaster management is broken down in to four important stages. These are advance preparation, relief to the victims, restoration of normalcy and prevention plan for the future.

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