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First India Disaster Management Congress
November 29-30, 2006, Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi

At the gender and social issues session at the IDMC, over 100 representatives from field NGOs, gender and development professionals, academics, grassroots leaders from over 12 states recognised the need to highlight the role of grassroots – CBOs, women’s self help groups in response and rehabilitation esp. after the tsunami and the floods in Western India.

RECOMMENDATIONS - Gender & Social Issues

    
      PRESENTATIONS
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Reduction of Vulnerability of Indian Women - A Key Mitigation Process
     Maitrayee Chakrabarty

Gender Issues in Disaster Management
     Milind Bokil & Neelam Gorhe

Development and Disaster: a gender perspective
     Nisheeth Kumar

En"gendered" Vulnerability: feminine perspective in the face of disaster
     Rani Sahay

Community Involvement in Flood Relief and Rehabilitation
     Sonia Garcha

Disaster that Highlight Hidden Disaster
     J. P. Saulina Arnold

Sustainable Response & Recovery: strategic shifts and action
     Prema Gopalan

Rebuilding Opportunities and Promoting Equality
     Bharti Patel

Disaster Relief Services in India
     Ajinder Walia

Coastal Zone Management in the Hands of Local Communities
     Jacob D. Jacob D. Raj

 

Coastal Zone Management in the Hands of Local Communities
     Jacob D. Jacob D. Raj

 

   

 

 

 

   
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community based, post disaster response.

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