In times of Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD), timely emergency medical services are crucial to the affected communities.Read More
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Natural hazards have direct and indirect health impacts. Apart from physical and mental trauma, other health impacts include malnutrition, disrupted disease treatment plans, and risk of infectious diseases. Health impacts may be mitigated through health-related emergency and disaster risk management (Health-EDRM). They are systematic analysis and management of health risks through the reduction of hazards and vulnerability in all stages of the disaster management cycle, from prevention/mitigation, preparedness, response to recovery (Lo et al., 2017; World Health Organization [WHO], 2019).Read More
A global disaster book series is now available free-of-charge in Hong Kong for our kids!
Housing has been a challenge faced by people from all walks of life in Hong Kong.Read More
Tai O is a low-lying area where serious flooding often occurs when typhoons and rainstorms strike. When Typhoon Hagupit hit Hong Kong in 2008, seawater intrusion significantly affected Tai O - water level rose in minutes and once became one-storeRead More