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  • Promoting Good Governance in Disaster Management through improved coordination and transparency across concerned agencies, local government and affected communities, accountability towards objective and targets, and responsibility sharing, during normal and emergency periods.
  • Changing the mindset of policy makers at the national level from post-disaster response to pre-disaster investment. Emphasis is given on integration of components of risk management into development planning;
  • Sensitization to the practitioners (both government and non-government structures and field level for integration of components of risk and emergency response management into normal development and disaster management programmes;
  • Developing the capacity of the communities to live with disasters, instill a sense of confidence and pride within them to utilize own resources as well as emergency and other development assistance effectively.

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