STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA: Jhelum Tawi Flood Recovery Project (JTFRP) with the funding of the World Bank has engaged RMSI Private Limited Noida for carrying out technical study on Multi Hazard Risk Assessment (MHRA) inJK State. According to the report, as a part of the assignment, RMSI has to carry out social and physical vulnerability survey in all districts of the State, in which Seema Amba, Municipal Corporater of Ward No. 1 Samba, also took an initiative and she along with the team members of RMSI helped in making people aware of the harmful effects of an earthquake. The destructive aspects of earthquake were put forward to the ward members so that they could be able to take immediate action if such kind of calamity hits the area. Such kind of programmes should be carried regularly to make people aware of various natural disasters and their precautionary measures.
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