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The main challenge in an emergency after a natural disaster is to provide immediate relief to affected populations. In virtually all cases, vulnerable groups disproportionately affected by natural disasters are women and children. Remember that the elderly have not been spared and also suffered from these situations. Humanitarian assistance should therefore focus on addressing the greatest needs food, water, sanitation and public health. Undue delay will aggravate the crisis, promoting this type of situation in another disaster of full maturity. A new review of lessons learned from the experience of recent natural disasters this issue in a better perspective of disaster management.
The series of disasters in Asia over the past six months underscore the need for more preparation. In many cases where the nature vents his fury which cuts a path across borders disastrous, leaving devastation in disaster-affected countries. September 26, 2009 saw the tropical storm passed Ketsana the Philippines, killing at least 292 people and affected three million euros. Ketsana barrel by the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, leaving in its wake damage and destruction that the death toll. In Vietnam, more than 170,000 houses flooded, while in the province of Quang Nam 6300 houses were destroyed. The impact on the second rice exporter in the world can be illustrated by scenes of thousands of livestock deaths and nearly 50,000 hectares damaged.
Then, September 29 Pacific island of Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga have been battered by a tsunami. Quakes Earth shook the city of Padang, West Sumatra, at least 1,100 dead. Philippines has again received another blow with the arrival of Typhoon Parma in October. Efforts This relief extends to field operations conducted in different countries or areas that require urgent assistance almost simultaneous humanitarian.
At the height Ketsana emergency response in the Philippines, the World Food Program was rapidly expanded its operations to provide relief one million people with food and other essential supplies. In the Philippines, experience, and rescuers caught Ketsana team emergency response by surprise. With the typhoon land for weeks on emergency response at a slow pace, and coordination is jammed Since government offices were closed. To make matters worse, emergency and relief workers were trapped in their own houses.
With most suburban areas remained flooded logistical problems have delayed the rescue efforts. Access to Assistance been hampered much of eastern Manila, immersed in the knee, mud and out of reach. Faced with logistical difficulties, relief goods declined rapidly in just three days of flooding. Food and water were inadequate. As such, many people suffer hunger and pain ahead humanitarian aid. In the evacuation centers have been scenes of long lines of hungry survivors of floods and tired. Infrastructure Health in Manila has largely been destroyed, the magnitude of the disaster, simply overwhelmed the capacity of emergency response. A general call went out private medical services and health to help the survivors, including children against PTSD. Besieged by the magnitude The calamity of the situation has forced the Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, at the request of international assistance in September 28.
The challenges are enormous. Ketsana After the attack, the resulting floods, the worst in decades has destroyed many infrastructures. Toilets in emergency shelters overflowed, water and electricity was knocked out yet, and piles of rotting garbage abound. The capital of Manila and the suburbs were under the threat of outbreaks. In one of the most affected, beaten only three chemical toilets were installed more than 3,000 flood victims. The administrators of some schools have become centers of emergency had put a lock on sinks were clogged real danger for the occupants to sleep on mats, cardboard reasons only. (i)
Two days after Ketsana beat northern island of Luzon and Manila, rescuers and relief have been pushed to the limit. Maintenance of the standard basic sanitation remains a challenge. As the waters receded, piles of garbage and debris were everywhere.
Meanwhile, nearly half million euros and 116,000 affected and moved to 200 evacuation centers. The floods have consequently entire villages disappeared, including poor communities in the lowlands along the rivers and their tributaries. In total, affecting more than 2.5 million people. The numbers alone shocked. As the days passed, the evacuated 700,000 people and has increased the number of evacuation centers was up to 700 scattered around Manila.
Health officials reported 80 percent of the health infrastructure of Manila was destroyed. Even many of Public hospitals have been forced to evacuate. The threat of waterborne diseases such as leptospirosis and diarrhea have reached alarming levels. (II)
The devastation and loss of life in the Philippines Typhoon Ketsana listing events also influenced by weather disasters extremes caused by climate change. The magnitude of the disaster and its intensity is obviously overwhelming. To the rescue mass, the Philippine government has appealed for international humanitarian assistance. (iii) "With more than 20 cyclones per year in the country progress in disaster management in the attacks get cyclical erosion. It is not the lack of preparedness and mitigation, however, subsequent rounds of the disaster still leave a great impact. Tolls destruction and death remain high. For the survivors, who felt it was as if the Return to zero. "(iv)
The series of natural disasters in the Asia-Pacific and trans-boundary impact of these disasters is a grim reminder that emergency preparedness can withstand intense widespread devastation without the collaborative efforts full participation, cooperation and coordination of regional actors.
(i) IRIN. Philippines. Threat of disease as Manila braces for another storm. Manila, 1 October 2009.
(ii) PHILIPPINES: Government calls for international aid. Manila, September 28, 2009 (IRIN)
(iii) IRIN. Philippines. Ketsana emphasizes imperative of climate change. Bangkok, September 30, 2009.
(iv) Ketsana. Philippines. Typhoon leaves 72 dead or missing. Jim Gomez. The Associated Press. September 27, 2009.
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Originally posted 2009-09-10 21:27:28.