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An action framework of incident command system (ICS) for Bangladesh armed forces in emergency response
(BRAC University, 2010-09)
The incident command system (ICS) is entirely a management tool which creates a scope for the civil organization to establish a temporary organization which will help them to carry out the emergency response operation ...
Changes in livelihood pattern of inhabitants in waterlogged areas in south-west region in Bangladesh
(Department of Architecture, 2006-09)
The coastal zone specially in South-West part is ever dynamic and changes occur continually due to natural reasons, anthropogenic reasons and at the same time due to management interventions. What ever is the agent of ...
Flood disaster mitigation in DND: land use perspective
(BRAC University, 2008-07)
Char dwellers' adaptation to climate change
(BRAC University, 2010-09)
Climate disaster like flood, river erosion puts a lot of pressure especially on char dweller's whose responsibility is to remain together as family and earn subsistence in day to day life. The main objective of this research ...
Role of the corporate sector in earthquake disaster: a case study of Dhaka city
(Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2006-09)
Natural hazards are inevitable phenomenon all around the world and when the hazards go beyond human capabilities to cope with, and then it turns into disaster. In the past the number of disasters and their impact on human ...
Unplanned urbanization of Dhaka city: increase of rainfall induced flood vulnerability
(BRAC University, 2006-09)
Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh is one of the most populous megacities in the world. As the growth of urban population tacking place at an exceptionally rapid rate, the city is unable to cope with changing situations ...
Implementing standing orders on disaster (SOD) at Union level: the case of Kakua Union, Tangail district and Kazipur Union of sirajganj district, Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2008-09)
Bangladesh is arguably the world's most disaster prone country. Repeated disasters destroy the economic resource base of the poor people and drain out the economic potentials. The impacts and vulnerabilities of disasters ...
Existing volunteerism in response and recovery on disaster management in Bangladesh
(BARC University, 2017-12)
Community participation is the most effective elements to achieving sustainability in dealing with natural disaster risks. As a disaster, prone country Bangladesh is affected by different types of natural hazards like ...
Landslide risk reduction of the informal foothill settlements of Chittagong city through strategic design measure
(BRAC University, 2012)
Globally Bangladesh is recognized as one of the most vulnerable countries to natural calamities. Along with cyclones and floods; two most discussed and disastrous hazards of the country, landslides have caused the death ...