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Natural disasters differ in their timeline and magnitude of damages and losses. For example, earthquakes and hurricanes are rapid-onset disasters that hit with a peak of damage then recede. Drought and floods are slow-onset disasters that hit with little harm but get more complicated as time progresses. UMR works with respective authorities and community organizations to identify and prioritize needs of each type, mobilize resources, and plan the delivery.

As of January 2019, UMR has become a proud member of the National VOAD (Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster).

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