NATURAL AND MANMADE DISASTERS

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Disasters can strike at any given moment and can happen anywhere in the world. From small localized disasters to large disasters effecting a whole country, people must be ready to respond. Disasters can also come in the form of a natural disaster or a man-made disaster. Natural disasters are normally generated through nature and the type of disaster can vary depending on a region. Examples of natural disasters include wildfires, earthquakes, hurricanes/typhoons, and blizzards. Man-made disaster can be just as destructive and unpredictable as natural disasters but are due to human error or conflict. Examples of Man-made disasters are oil spills, terrorist attacks, a dam failing, and famine. All types of disasters can have a profound impact on an individual level and on a state level and can have profound consequences for years. This is most notable depending on a country's wealth and organization. It is up to the worldwide community to come together and mitigate the loss of life and suffering after any type of disaster anywhere in world.

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