Diaspora Disaster Development
Serving Humanity in Distress for more than 25 Years
With this report, we aim to summarise Sewa International's 25 years of service in disaster management in India and abroad. As such, it is important to keep records of any studies that provide data regarding the organization's operations. It is more crucial than ever to make the most of the resources available and make local plans to mitigate the effects of natural catastrophes and adapt to their aftermath. This highlights the growing need for evidence-based approaches to disaster reduction, backed by scientific procedures for establishing appropriate research methods and validated data from previous disasters.
This research was conducted to reflect on what they learned from those efforts, and share that information with the world. As opposed to passivity, the report advocates for taking swift action. It has long been acknowledged that much of what needs to be done is being carried out far too slowly. We also need to take into account the environmental lessons of the present. The most vulnerable people, communities, and countries must be given top priority by governments, donors, and the humanitarian, development, climate, and environmental sectors.
About the Editor
At Sewa International, Shatakshi works as Executive-Research and Advocacy. She has prior expertise in the fields of research, campaign development, policy, and advocacy in the areas of gender, education, and rural livelihood. She received her post-graduate degree in international development from the University of Edinburgh and is a TATA Scholar. She has also attended Lady Shri Ram College for Women at the University of Delhi and King's College London.
15th March, 2023 in Delhi