Rapid Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis

RDANA

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Training Details

Rapid Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis (RDANA) is a disaster response tool that is used immediately during the early and critical state of onset of a disaster. It identifies the magnitude of a disaster by focusing on the general impact on the society and the people’s coping capacity. It further aims to determine the immediate relief and response requirements as dictated by the type, scale, and unique characteristics of the particular disaster.