Kamal Kishore

Kamal Kishore has worked on disaster risk management issues for over 25 years. Since 2015, he has been a member of NDMA, where he works on policy and planning, and anchors the initiative on the Global Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure. Before that, Kishore worked with the United Nations, the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre and TARU. He has advised national governments in more than ten countries on disaster risk management issues and supported post-disaster recovery after major disasters in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Iran, Myanmar, Pakistan, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. His early work includes support to post-disaster reconstruction after the Uttarkashi (1991) and Latur (1993) earthquakes.

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