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IEM401 Strategic Integrated Emergency Management Answers
1. As a result,the region's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and food productivity are
regularly damaged by drought. As a result of a lack of precipitation in Jordan and Syria,
water and arable land resources are becoming increasingly scarce, placing the region at
risk of food insecurity.
2. Residents who live on or below steep slopes or cliffs are at risk of landslides triggered by
heavy rainfall.
In addition to threatening food supplies, droughts often lead to migration to urban areas,
putting a strain on housing, services, and jobs.
3. No legal framework, construction rules or land use plans are followed, thus there is no
safety. It's possible that taking the wrong measures in managing risks might lead to a
major catastrophe.
4. As a result, metropolitan areas have been targeted with campaigns aimed at making them
more robust to calamities. Good practices and problems are routinely discussed at
UNISDR meetings. UNISDR provides a self-monitoring tool to all participating cities;
the Local Government Self-Assessment Tool (LGSAT) supports local governments in
assessing DRR progress, and aids them in resolving any gaps or problems that may arise.
5. The national government creates beneficial laws and restrictions, yet local governments
are not adequately educated and active in their execution. Arab governments should take
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on a 2030 Vision of administration changes to increment political cooperation and
political opportunities, to approve and execute worldwide common liberties shows and
temporary equity measures, embrace populace strategies that mirror the locale's changing
segment real factors, diminish destitution through financial change and battle
debasement.

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IEM401 Strategic Integrated Emergency Management Answers 1. As a result,the region's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and food productivity are regularly damaged by drought. As a result of a lack of precipitation in Jordan and Syria, water and arable land resources are becoming increasingly scarce, placing the region at risk of food insecurity. 2. Residents who live on or below steep slopes or cliffs are at risk of landslides triggered by heavy rainfall. In addition to threatening food supplies, droughts often lead to migration to urban areas, putting a strain on housing, services, and jobs. 3. No legal framework, construction rules or land use plans are followed, thus there is no safety. It's possible that taking the wrong measures in managing risks might lead to a major catastrophe. 4. As a result, metropolitan areas have been targeted with campaigns aimed at making them more robust to calamities. Good practices and problems are routinely discussed at UNISDR meetings. UNISDR provides a self-monitoring tool to all participating cities; the Local Government Self-Assessment Tool (LGSAT) supports local governments in assessing DRR progress, and aids them in resolving any gaps or problems that may arise. 5. The national government creates beneficial laws and restrictions, yet local governments are not adequately educated and active in their execution. Arab governments should take on a 2030 Vision of administration changes to increment political cooperation and political opportunities, to approve and execute worldwide common liberties shows and temporary equity measures, embrace populace strategies that mirror the locale's changing segment real factors, diminish destitution through financial change and battle debasement. Name: Description: ...
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