Official Statements

  • The international community must "risk proof" development because disasters are taking a heavy toll on rich and poor countries as well as outpacing their ability to respond

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    • Ban Ki-Moon
    • Former UN Secretary-General
  • The international community must "risk proof" development because disasters are taking a heavy toll on rich and poor countries as well as outpacing their ability to respond

    Author image
    • Ban Ki-Moon
    • Former UN Secretary-General

The Mission of Third WCDM

The core mission of the Third World Congress is to bring all the stakeholders together in a common platform to discuss the formidable challenges of building resilience to disasters across different sectors and at all levels of development. It would promote better understanding of how systems, processes, knowledge, practices, strategies and action plans can be developed for meeting these challenges in the years ahead.

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Tentative Schedule

Highlights of 3rd WCDM


Earthquake Disasters

What are the causes and effects of Earthquakes. How can they be prevented?

Rescue and Evacuation

How can the victims be saved through the means of mass rescue mission?

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 to prevent epidemics and ensure efficient medical management in disasters?

Media and Disasters

What role should media play during disasters?

Disaster preparedness

How to train the community for disaster preparedness?