Select a country for your Session Long Project. Describe the sectors within your country that would be most vulnerable to your selected disaster. Complete a Hazard Analysis Table for your selected country. From your results, select a high-

Epidemiology of Disasters
Respond to the following:
Select a country for your Session Long Project. Describe the sectors within your country that would be most vulnerable to your selected disaster.
Complete a Hazard Analysis Table for your selected country. From your results, select a high-priority disaster for the remainder of your Session Long Project.
Column 1—Disaster: List the disasters of the past 30 years in the Hazard Analysis Table. See the EM-DAT country profile
Column 2—Frequency: Rank the disasters in terms of frequency in the past 30 years . Use a numerical scale between 1 and 4, with 1 referring to the most frequent disaster and 4 referring to the least frequent disaster.
Column 3—Killed: Rank the disasters in terms of average number of deaths per disaster in the past 30 years. Use a scale between 1 and 4, with 1 referring to the highest number of deaths per disaster and 4 referring to the lowest number of deaths per disaster.
Column 4—Affected: Rank the disasters in terms of average number of people affected per disaster in the past 30 years. Use a scale between 1 and 4, with 1 referring to the highest number affected per disaster and 4 referring to the lowest number affected per disaster.
Column 5—Cost: Rank the disasters in terms of average cost per disaster in the past 30 years. Use a scale between 1 and 4, with 1 referring to the highest cost per disaster and 4 referring to the lowest cost per disaster.
Column 6—Advance Warning: Rank the disasters in terms of expected warning time as follows: 1) no warning; 2) from 1 hour to 24 hours’ warning; and, 3) more than 24 hours’ warning.
Column 7—Priority: As a disaster manager for this country, how would you rank these disasters in terms of priority? Using the information in the table, rank the disasters in terms of priority, with 1 being the highest priority. Provide a brief justification for your priority rating.
Source-EM-DAT | The international disasters database. (n.d.). Retrieved September 15, 2022, from https://www.emdat.be/index.php In Cite Text-(EM-DchoAT | the International Disasters Database, n.d.)