Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction Midterm Exam
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It is defined as “a sudden, calamitous event, bringing damage, loss, destruction and devastation to life and property.29
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It is defined as “a sudden, calamitous event, bringing damage, loss, destruction and devastation to life and property.
It is defined as the probability that a community’s structure or geographic area is to be damaged or disrupted by the impact of a particular hazard.
These disasters occur due to people’s actions against human, material, and environment.
These originates from the different forces of nature.
After natural disasters, food often become scarce. It is called __________.
All of the above30s
How many families are affected, how many houses are damaged or washed out, and how many roads, bridges, dams, and other infrastructures are damaged are all under what perspective?
Shock, terror, irritability, blame, anger, guilt, grief, or sadness, numbing, helplessness are all under ______.
Impaired concentration, impaired decision-making ability, memory impairment are all under ___________.
The following are exposed to natural hazard EXCEPT:
Near fault lines
Near oil depots
On foot of denuded mountains30s
It is defined as a serious disruption of the functioning of society, causing widespread human, material or environmental losses.
It refers to the elements at risk from a natural or man-made hazard event.
It is defined as the characteristics and circumstances of a community, system or asset that make it susceptible to the damaging effects of a hazard.
Wealth, education, nature of society, and understanding of the area.
Dealing with the after effects
Which is true about population density.
The less dense the population, the more efficient a response should be.
The denser the population, the less efficient a response should be.
The denser the population, the more efficient a response should be.
None of the above30s
Poorer families may live in squatter settlements because they cannot afford to live in safer areas. This example can be categorized as _________ vulnerability.
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