Earthquake Preparedness Simulation

 

The United Nations, led by the World Food Programme in collaboration with the Department of Disaster Management, Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs, organized a three-day Earthquake Preparedness Simulation in Thimphu. The main purpose of the simulation was to stress-test the current set-up of practical procedures for responding to a disaster between the key decision makers within the RGoB and key stakeholders. The Earthquake preparedness simulation was attended by representatives from His Majesty’s Secretariat, government ministries, Dzongdhags, armed forces, police, fire brigade corporations, Civil Society, Development Partners and the United Nations.

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