1. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent
Societies. World disasters report, 1993. Dordrecht, Netherlands, Martinus
2. Bericht as 116. Geschsjahr 1. Juli 1995 bis 30.
Juni 1996. [Report for the 116th year of business 1st July 1996 to 30th June
1996.] Munich, Mer Rsicherungs-Gesellschaft [Munich
3. Coping with major emergencies - WHO strategy and
approaches to humanitarian action. Geneva, World Health Organization, 1995
(unpublished document WHO/EHA/95.1, available from Emergency and Humanitarian
Action, World Health Organization, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland).
4. Borton J. Recent trends in the international relief system.
Disasters, 1995, 17(3):187-201.
5. Guha-Sapir D. Rapid assessment of health needs in mass
emergencies: review of current concepts and methods. World health statistics
quarterly, 1991, 44(3):171-181.
6. Human development report. New York, United Nations
Development Programme, 1995.
7. From disaster management to sustainable development: how
the public sector, private sector and voluntary organizations can work
together. [World Conference on Natural Disaster Reduction, Main Committee
Session, 1994, Yokohama, Japan.] Geneva, World Health Organization, 1994
(unpublished document WHO/EHA/EPP/Conf.94.4, available from Emergency and
Humanitarian Action, World Health Organization, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland).
8. National emergency management: competency standards.
Canberra, Emergency Management Australia, 1995.
9. Hayashi H, Kawata Y. Emergency and societal impacts of Great
Hanshin-Awaji earthquake disaster of 17 January, 1995. In: Proceedings of
Third International Conference on Emergency Planning and Disaster Management,
Lancaster, UK, 1995. Preston, England, Lancaster City Council, 1995.
10. Noji EK et al. The 1988 earthquake in Soviet Armenia: a case
study. Annals of emergency medicine, 1990, 19(8):891-897.
11. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent
Societies. World disasters report, 1994. Dordrecht, Netherlands, Martinus
12. Parker D. The mismanagement of hazards. In: Hazard
management and emergency planning: perspectives on Britain. London, James
& James, 1992.
13. Project management. Princeton, NJ, Kepner-Tregoe,