Emergency management is the organization and management of the resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies (preparedness, response, and recovery) the aim is to reduce the harmful effects of all hazards, including disasters. All disasters are hence the result of human failure to introduce appropriate emergency management measures hazards are routinely divided into natural or human-made, although complex disasters, where there is no single root cause, are more common in developing countries.
Modern disaster management, in terms of the emergence of global standards and organized efforts to address preparedness, mitigation, and response activities for a wide range of disasters, did not begin to emerge until the mid-twentieth century in most countries, this change materialized as a response to specific disaster events. Modern disaster management, in terms of the emergence of global standards and organized efforts to address preparedness, mitigation, and response activities for a wide range of disasters, did not begin to emerge until the mid-20th century in most coun.
Disaster management is how we deal with the human, material, economic or environmental impacts of said disaster, it is the process of how we “prepare for, respond to and learn from the effects of major failures”  though often caused by nature, disasters can have human origins.
Disaster management means that all such measures should be taken so that hazard can not take the form of disaster since, we can not prevent the coming of many natural hazards but can reduce their harmful effects by proper management in order to m.