The Yangon Region Earthquake Preparedness and Response Plan aims to minimize damage to property, reduce injury and lives lost, and normalize the lives of those affected in a timely manner in the case of a damaging earthquake.
The Yangon Regional Disaster Management Committee will organize the first ever earthquake simulation table top exercise for Yangon Region on 31st July 2019. The exercise will test the practicality and the applicability of the Plan and put forth recommendations for further strengthening of the Plan.
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