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Disasters take many shapes. Human-made disasters result from human errors and include industrial explosions or structure failures. Natural disasters result from physical phenomena and include earthquakes and droughts. Disasters classified as complex can include epidemics or armed conflicts. In whatever form, disasters disrupt communities and can take a serious toll on people, property, economies, and the environment. They often stretch a community’s capacity to cope.RSCT running a few donation drives to reach out and extend help to.The Shelter kit includes temporary shelter support to households in the worst-hit regions during an emergency or disaster. Rsct Team and our volunteer groups have started various donation drives to help the people in the severe flood-affected regions. Here are some donation drives to which people can contribute:. The kit comprises of tarpaulins, ropes, mats, blankets and mosquito nets.

“Giving does not only precede receiving; it is the reason for it. It is in giving that we receive.’


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It is globally recognized that disaster losses are increasing exponentially. India itself is one of the most disaster-prone areas of the world and is exposed to many natural hazards including floods, cyclones, droughts, and earthquakes.


Natural and human induced disasters have been causing tremendous loss of life and property and damages to public and private infrastructure, also leading to mounting expenses on relief and rehabilitation. There are projections that disaster risks are likely to increase more under changing climatic conditions, increasing conditions, increasing urbanization and other factors like environmental degradation.