On International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction: The International Alliance for Peace and Development calls upon all countries to join forces and achieve sustainable development goals to address the threat of natural disasters

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In conjunction with the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction, 13 October each year, the International Coalition for Peace and Development affirms that disasters are a gateway to poverty for many people in low- and middle-income countries, which are working to increase migration rates, and therefore international Alliance calls on all countries to join forces and achieve goals of Sustainable development to address the threat of natural disasters

The International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction was started in 1989, after a call by the United Nations General Assembly for a day to promote a global culture of risk-awareness and disaster reduction. Held every 13 October, the day celebrates how people and communities around the world are reducing their exposure to disasters and raising awareness about the importance of reining in the risks that they face

The International Alliance for Peace and Development emphasizes that despite the active role of early warning systems in forecasting and reducing natural disasters, they are no longer sufficient to reduce the heavy toll of nature’s anger that has dramatically worsened in recent years. UN-affirmed that climate-related disasters have killed 1.3 million people and led to a 151% increase in climate-related economic losses over the past 20 years.

The International Alliance for Peace and Development emphasizes that Radical solutions must be put in place to reduce the size and numbers of hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, floods, soil erosion, tsunamis, ice melting, rising sea levels, oceans, and other natural disasters

The International Alliance for Peace and Development calls from every person and all governments to take part in building more disaster-resilient communities and nations, and also call more investment in infrastructure that help communities withstand the effects of a warming world

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