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Burma Emergency Preparedness Map
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"The aim of this workshops was to learn where catastrophes are occurring by producing hazard cards. We' ll be ready for catastrophes. If it happens, there will be less damage," he said to the Myanmar Times. Burma is one of the least disaster-prepared and one of the most disaster-affected nations in the run.
"As we all know, we have a problem with the accessibility of information. So when we develop the map guidance, we will need physical information that is necessary for true evaluation using trusted information sources," he said. Since a national catastrophe risk evaluation cannot be conducted in Myanmar for the moment, the results of multinational organizations will determine whether such evaluations are appropriate, said U Win Myat Aye.
"If we can organize evaluations across the entire land, we can cross-reference and verify the events and effects of catastrophes between different areas and states," he said. This research will help to decide on how to respond to catastrophes by enabling the countrys priority to be given to high-risk areas. This would also help to distribute the budgets and the emergency preparedness mechanisms would be more efficient, he said.
The Disaster Risk Assesment Cards are used to store and compare pertinent information. "The guidance for the evaluation mechanisms will become a trustworthy and consistent benchmark for further evaluations," he said.