Introduction To Heat Wave In Indian Context
Post on 03,June 2016   5:00 AM
By - PolyEyes Staff
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Heat waves are generally high temperature dry winds originating in the western part of India it blows in direction of west to east and reaches upto gangatic plain . E.g : LOO

Heat waves are responsible for heat strokes which sometimes leads to the death of individual.

REASONS BEHIND HIGH INCIDENCE OF MORTALITY RATES :
  • Lack of proper knowledge to tackle heat waves.
  • Lack of availability of food and water as well as shelter among lower strata groups.
  • Lack of medical facilities to the rural areas.
MEASURES TO TACKLE PROBLEMS
  • Proper medical facilities.
  • Proper living standards – food and water availability ensured to lower strata people.
  • Proper training and awareness programme shall be organized with the help of local administrative officers.

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