History

Disaster Management Watch (DM.WATCH) was established in 2013 as a Research, Training and Consultancy firm with a multi-disciplinary group of young professionals. It was initiated by a group of Researchers, Planners, Disaster Managers, Development Workers, Environmental Management Experts, Sociologists, Economists and Engineers.We are working in major thematic sections to promote livable community [ Continue Reading ]

AMR1F
Our Vision

We strive for innovation and creativity in the fields directly affecting the human lives. We are developing a strong multi-disciplinary expertise to engage in changing living condition of vulnerable communities.

AMR1F
Our Mission

To address development issues by reducing knowledge gap and facilitating sustainable development through in-depth research

Approaches

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Humanitarianism


We wish to contribute in
society as well as improve
people's livelihood situation
irrespective of their ability,
age, religion, ethnicity, creed,
color, caste or gender.


Humanitarianism
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Participation

Human beings have the right
to be treated fairly and
we encourage voluntary
participation through
our studies.


Participation
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Sustainability

Sustainability is achieved
through combination of policies
and actions. We are committed
to ensure sustainability
through our project ideas.


Sustainablity
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Equity

We seek equity in access
to development outcomes
through policies and
practices by engaging
excluded ones.


Equity
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Pro-poor

We are passionate about
increasing social inclusion
and our research initiatives
put poor people at the
center of development
interventions.


Pro-Poor
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Gender Parity

We are aware about
gender and sex based disparity
in society and therefore
committed to work towards
reducing gender and sex
based gaps and disparity.


Gender Parity
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Governance

We actively seek improvements
in governance and therefore
are determined to work
towards good governance.


Governance
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Self-determination

We do not impose views
on the community rather
enhance their capabilities
with information, knowledge
reducing gender and sex
and skills.


Self-determination