An examination of common approaches to disaster assessment and a look at assessment teams, survey methods, tools, and techniques. The course covers procedures for handling emergency supplies and services, housing, agriculture, lifelines, and droughts and famines, including the establishment of surveillance systems after a disaster. The self-study course consists of 12 lessons with self-graded examinations and one university-graded examination.
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