Oct 15

Evaluating Policies for Civil Improvement

It should be noted that this evaluative research characteristics, attributes, dimensions and very special properties because of the importance of policies against existing socio-economic planning. It was necessary to resort to historical sources, scientific and practical, as well as specialist work and empirical knowledge of the theme is the author. The ongoing consultations with professionals specializing in seismology, geology, geography, history, engineering and other fields was crucial to find the technical elements that were used directly in the development of research. That was how were the following variables:? Loss of human lives? Land use? Standards of urban planning? Population growth? Scientific society engagement?

Civil society engagement? Building quality housing? Preparation of relief agencies? Impact on socioeconomic development Capital District? Knowledge of risk by the population of Bogota? Costs of prevention deal with the aftermath of foresight was necessary to use statistical data for qualitative and quantitative analysis related to the research problem and in these circumstances, it worked the following indicators:? Loss of life in large numbers and a surprise? Wounded and maimed with permanent? Destruction of civil engineering works? Destruction and loss of housing? Absolute poverty in large masses of population loss of all their property? Delay in development plans? Increased unemployment closure of industries and business sectors? Failure by state policies immediate emergency care? Unplanned international contractual commitments? Emergence of new slums? Generation inefficiency of state violence to deal with such emergencies. Increased poverty There are now some studies about the risks of earthquakes of higher intensity, however, there is no clear awareness in civil society about the seriousness in the event of an incident for which they are unprepared.

. Connie Coleman brings even more insight to the discussion.