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Journal of Environmental Geology

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Impacts of flood disaster and management practices in Ethiopia and poor countries

Author(s): David Regyards*

Flooding is by far the most common natural disaster. Floods are the most common and severe natural calamity in the world, resulting in unprecedented deaths, diseases, and property and crop loss. Because of a lack of adequate disaster management systems and economic resources, flooding has a bigger impact in poor countries. Some initiatives in underdeveloped nations to reduce flood-related health hazards The study focuses on examining flood hazards and health-related issues in Ethiopia's Gambella region, with the goal of generating useful data to aid in the improvement of the region's present flood coping techniques. Flooding is a natural occurrence that will continue to be a significant risk as long as people live and work in flood-prone locations.

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