Saja’s chapter published in Integrated Research on Disaster Risks Contributions from the IRDR Young Scientists Programme by Springer Nature
- Feb 26, 2021
- Saja Aslam
A chapter titled “Capacity-Building Strategy for Creating Disaster- and Climate-Risk-Sensitive Development Plans—A Case Study of Multi-Stakeholder Engagement in Sri Lanka” Saja A.M.A., Sahid S.M.L., Sutharshanan M. (2021) Capacity-Building Strategy for Creating Disaster- and Climate-Risk-Sensitive Development Plans—A Case Study of Multi-Stakeholder Engagement in Sri Lanka. In: Djalante R., Bisri M.B.F., Shaw R. (eds) Integrated Research...
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGs) – HOW CAN ENGINEERS CONTRIBUTE TO ATTAIN QUALITY EDUCATION IN OUR SOCIETY?
https://iesl.lk/SLEN/47/SDG5.php Education is fundamental to every human being that contribute to develop a healthy and progressive society. Every profession in this world is built on quality education at different levels based on set of qualifications and their respective attributes in a professional environment. The SDG link to Engineering Education, and more largely STEM education...
Saja published a research article titled “Surrogate Measures to Assess Mobility of People as a Resilience Indicator in Disaster Management: An Exploratory Study in Southeastern Sri Lanka” in International Journal on Disaster Risk Science (IJDRS). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13753-020-00251-4
Saja published a new Review Article in IJDRR Elsevier journal
- Mar 06, 2019
- Saja Aslam
A critical review of social resilience assessment frameworks in disaster management – https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212420918307945
Vasantham – Interview on disaster resilience
Vasantham – Interview on disaster resilience #2
- Associate Engineer – Registered at Engineering Council Sri Lanka 26th February 2021
- Saja’s chapter published in Integrated Research on Disaster Risks Contributions from the IRDR Young Scientists Programme by Springer Nature 26th February 2021
- SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS) – WHAT ENGINEERS CAN DO TO ADVANCE SDG8 26th February 2021