4. Each party regularly informs the AHA Centre of its available resources for regional disaster and emergency preparedness facilities. Dato Lim also urged the ASEAN Disaster Management Committee (ACDM) to plant the seeds of cooperation with all parties involved and to maintain these relations with a common goal of reducing disaster damage and establishing a disaster-resistant ASEAN. c. Coordinating joint disaster and emergency response. 4) „Disaster management,“ the range of activities carried out before, during and after disasters to maintain disaster control and create a framework to help vulnerable people and/or communities prevent, minimize or restore the effects of disasters. ITED about the increasing frequency and magnitude of disasters in the ASEAN region and their short- and long-term adverse effects; ASEAN countries often experience a large number of disasters ranging from earthquakes, floods, landslides and typhoons to man-made disasters. The large geographic sequence of incidents and the increase in the frequency of disasters require ASEAN communities to improve their preparedness and emergency capabilities. c. emergency stocks of disaster relief equipment; and „with a strong common determination to reduce the risk of disasters and increase our disaster management know-how, and with the will to move forward as a region, we can make ASEAN disaster-resistant and safer for all,“ he concluded. REAFFIRMING the objectives and principles of the ASEAN-Concord I Declaration of 24 February 1976, in particular, that Member States, to the extent of their capacity, extend aid to Member States in need and in the ASEAN II Declaration of 7 October 2003, in which ASEAN, through the socio-cultural community, will intensify its cooperation to address issues such as disaster management in the region, to enable each member to take full advantage of its development potential in order to strengthen the mutual spirit of ASEAN; VU UN General Assembly Resolution 59/279 of 19 January 2005 on strengthening emergency aid, rehabilitation, reconstruction and post-tsunami prevention in the Indian Ocean; General Assembly Resolution 46/182, dated 19 December 1991, on the adoption of an integrated approach to disaster management in all its aspects and the launch of a process towards a global culture of prevention; General Assembly Resolution 57/578, dated 10 December 2002, in which it encourages, among other things, the strengthening of cooperation between states at regional and sub-regional levels at the regional and sub-regional levels in the area of disaster prevention and the response to capacity building at all levels; 13) „party on demand“: a contracting party seeking disaster assistance from another party or contracting party. VU the ASEAN Declaration on Mutual Assistance in the Case of Natural Disaster of 26 June 1976, which calls on Member States to cooperate in improving disaster management capabilities and to extend, in the event of a disaster, the assistance needed at the request of an affected Member State; development and implementation of training programs for policy makers, disaster managers and disaster responders at the local, national and regional levels; and six.

The parties identify and report, to the extent of their capabilities, the AHA centre for military and civilian personnel, experts, equipment, equipment and equipment that could be made available to other parties in the event of a disaster, as well as the conditions, including financial conditions, in which such assistance could be provided. During the emergency phase, the Declaration called on the United Nations to take the lead in mobilizing the international community to support national emergency relief programmes in the role of national coordinators.