International Day for Disaster Risk reduction is celebrated on 13th October annually to create awareness among people about risks of natural disasters. Read the full story to know about it’s theme, history and significance :
In 1989,the International Day for Disaster Risk was established by United Nations General Assembly (UNGC) to promote a culture reduction around the world.
Third UN conference meeting in Sendai, Japan reminded international community in 2015 that natural disasters should be the subject of concern for the world as many regions of the world are already affected by this disaster.
Theme of this year for International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction is “International Cooperation for Developing Countries to reduce disaster risk and disaster losses. ” The theme was chosen to make or break year for delivering the on 2015 Paris Agreement to counter climate change .
Lack of concern about natural disaster can lead to developing countries in entertainment more extreme weather conditions and may lead to loss of economic infrastructure.
In order to avoid disaster risk their should be a better planning to avoid such risks in future. Every two years UN office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) works with experts, practitioner, innovators and thinkers across the world .
In every two years they make repost of state risk across the world .The number of lives saved, economic losses and disaster – affected population are good-risk disaster governance. The constitution pandemic and extreme climate change have their clear vision competent plans and empowered institutions that act of scientific act of scientific evidence are key to maximum risk reduction.