General association with cultural factors: Gender roles, Age-related roles, Ethnicity, Socio-economic status, Social exclusion
A. Identify groups of people presenting specific characteristics that can make them or vulnerable in the context of natural and man-made disasters, therefore requiring special protection and consideration due to their particularities. Related cultural factos: Social exclusion
B. Provide special assistance, through the help of specialized professionals (e.g. therapists, psychologists) to vulnerable people, such as children during the response and recovery phases. Related cultural factos: Social exclusion
C. Set-up databases containing data referring to all people with limited mobility or requiring home care nodes, electro-medical equipment or oxygen, which disaster managers and other relevant stakeholders (e.g. NGOs) can use to assist these individuals in the event of a disaster. Related cultural factos: Social exclusion
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