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GUWAHATI, Jan 19 - The District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) of Kamrup (Metro) and the British Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, jointly organised a workshop on �Working in collaboration during a crisis� here today.

In the inaugural session, Rajib Prakash Baruah, State Project Coordinator of Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) and Director of Information and Public Relations, Assam, was the chief guest.

In his speech, Baruah spoke about the importance of crisis management with the help of various stakeholders like SDRF, NDRF and police during the time of flood, cyclone, landslide and earthquake.

He spoke about the role played by the DDMA, Kamrup Metro, during the last rainy season in the city.

Pulak Mahanta, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup (Metro) and CEO of DDMA, acknowledged the effort of the British Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, in jointly organising the workshop.

He said that DDMA has constituted 31 ward level disaster management committees with ward commissioners as chairmen and also having representatives from other stakeholders like police, SDRF and NDRF. Mahanta said that in Kamrup (Metro) district 1,800 teachers have been trained to take part in mitigating any kind of crisis in their respective schools.

Sanjibita Mcdonald Tariang Sen, Vice Consul of British Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, said that crisis management is very important to face any kind of calamities. She emphasised the need for better crisis response.

RS Gill, second in command of SDRF said that SDRF is capable of response for disasters like flood and landslide.

Today�s workshop was intended to bring together all the key stakeholders who would play an important role in a crisis response in Assam.

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Workshop on collaboration during crises

GUWAHATI, Jan 19 - The District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) of Kamrup (Metro) and the British Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, jointly organised a workshop on �Working in collaboration during a crisis� here today.

In the inaugural session, Rajib Prakash Baruah, State Project Coordinator of Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) and Director of Information and Public Relations, Assam, was the chief guest.

In his speech, Baruah spoke about the importance of crisis management with the help of various stakeholders like SDRF, NDRF and police during the time of flood, cyclone, landslide and earthquake.

He spoke about the role played by the DDMA, Kamrup Metro, during the last rainy season in the city.

Pulak Mahanta, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup (Metro) and CEO of DDMA, acknowledged the effort of the British Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, in jointly organising the workshop.

He said that DDMA has constituted 31 ward level disaster management committees with ward commissioners as chairmen and also having representatives from other stakeholders like police, SDRF and NDRF. Mahanta said that in Kamrup (Metro) district 1,800 teachers have been trained to take part in mitigating any kind of crisis in their respective schools.

Sanjibita Mcdonald Tariang Sen, Vice Consul of British Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, said that crisis management is very important to face any kind of calamities. She emphasised the need for better crisis response.

RS Gill, second in command of SDRF said that SDRF is capable of response for disasters like flood and landslide.

Today�s workshop was intended to bring together all the key stakeholders who would play an important role in a crisis response in Assam.