- What is PDMA?
- What are the major functions of PDMA?
- Who are the key donors of PDMA?
- How can i register my complaint?
- What are the measures taken by PDMA, considering the level of emergency?
|What is PDMA?||Top|
|The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) is a comprehensive endeavor towards combating natural or man-induced disasters at the provincial and local level for securing lives and livelihoods of the affected people.|
|What are the major functions of PDMA?||Top|
PDMA operates to ensure timely and effective response to disasters. In this regard the functions are as following:
|Who are the key donors of PDMA?||Top|
|To view the details of key donors, click here.|
|How can i register my complaint?||Top|
|Citizens can call on 1129 in the time of a disaster and file their complaint.|
|What are the measures taken by PDMA, considering the level of emergency?||Top|
|Localized emergencies such as small scale fires, landslides, canal breaches, and low level epidemics are usually taken care of at the district level. Such emergencies are generally considered as level 1 emergency. PDMA is responsible for level 2 emergencies that overwhelm the capacity of the district administration to manage the situation. A large scale disaster that calls for a response beyond the resources of the provincial government is known as a level 3 emergency. The Prime Minister declares an emergency in the case of a level 3 disaster.|