UNDER THE AEGIS OF :

themes

Geological Disasters

How to control the damage in Geological Disasters?

Rescue and Evacuation

How to save the victims suffered in rescue mission? How to do mass evacuation?

Crisis Communications

How to maintain the essential communication in disaster?

IT Disaster Management

How to protect IT infra and data in disaster?

CBRN Disasters

Latest trend in CBRN disasters and management in recent advances

Medical & Health Disasters

How do prevent epidemics and medical management in disasters.

Media and Disasters

What role should all types of media play during disasters?

 

Disaster preparedness

How to train the community for disaster preparedness?

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other themes

Accident related Disasters

Socio-Economic related Disasters

Emerging Issues

Emergency Management

Heritage and Culture

Science and Technology

Governance and Disaster

Mining, Drilling, Oil and Natural Gases related Disasters

 

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15 THEMES

51 PARALLEL SESSIONS

6 PLENARIES

1000 DELEGATES

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150 COUNTRIES

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500 Eminent Scientists

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HISTORICAL TOUR

The 2nd World Disaster Management Congress 2014 (2nd WDMC 2014) will be held at Hyderabad..

The WDMC 2014 will address the numerous interconnected, complex and emerging risks today's societies are faced with. Environmental, technical, social and economic risks are often closely linked and can result in successive impact. For example the 2011 earthquake in Japan, resulted in a disastrous tsunami, creating nuclear meltdown at its key facilities. Risks and disasters explored at the WCDM 2014 include, amongst others, natural hazards, failures of critical infrastructure and services, pandemics, acts of terrorism and financial crises. All can severely impact and influence human beings and collective societies.

WDMC 2014 will gather again over 1000 participants globally including Risk Management Experts, Practitioners, Scientists, key players from Civil Society, Government and Non-Governmental Organizations and the Private sector. The diversity of participants enables both a strategic and operational level of discussion to ensure "the last mile" will be considered with key players from line ministries and disaster and risk management authorities.

WCDM 2014 will provide a unique venue for Disaster Management professionals from around the world to present, network and learn.