Implications for Disaster Risk Management

Defining and redefining the risk environment, entailing systematic and improved hazard analysis and vulnerability/community risk assessments, and risk treatment and ranking, including incorporation of climate change impacts.
Managing the risk environment, including achieving a good balance of risk reduction options, moving from generic hazard to risk specific programs, and mainstreaming risk reduction across sectors through advocacy, policy and planning reform, and capacity building.
Responding to the threats to the environment, including activating systems and mobilizing resources, utilizing vulnerability and risk databases for emergency response planning, and maintaining effective communications and early warning systems.

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Layers
Population 2000
Population 2015
Number of children under the age of 5
Prevalence of Child Malnutrition
Rainfed, Cultivated Land, Year 2000
Crop Land
Vulnerability Indicators