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Integrating ICT on Adaptation Knowledge About Early Warning System for Disaster Managing in Emergency Response Among Different Class

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Rani, T.A., 2020. Integrating ICT on Adaptation Knowledge About Early Warning System for Disaster Managing in Emergency Response Among Different Class. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 1(3), pp.01-09.

Abstract

Geographically Bangladesh is a disaster prone area. Every year many disasters occur in this country and causes a great damage of people’s lives and property. For the betterment of the country, the losses must be reduced but it is the fact that we cannot stop disaster rather than try to reduce the damage by means of some effective steps. This paper is conducted about disaster among people. For reduce this devastating situation our country follows some traditional warning system and this system are not preferable to reach all class people such as disable, children, old people and this traditional warning system are failed to fulfilling the local need assessment during the disaster situation. Modern rea is totally technology bases. By using the tools and techniques of ICT, the system of early warning can be developed more and reach to the people of every sector.

Keywords: Adaptation, Knowledge, Early Warning System, Emergency Response, Different Class.

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