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Acknowledgements Part I Gender Dimension in Disaster Management 1. Disaster Management and Gender Issues 3 * Mamata Swain 2. Disaster Management from a Gender Perspective 8 * Bishakha Bhanja 3. Women and Natural Disaster 14 * A.K.Sabat and B.Das 4. Mainstreaming Gender in Disaster Mitigation 25 * Rajashree Padhi 5. Women and Natural Disasters: Making the 40 Connections * Shibalal Meher Part II Impact of Disaster on Women 6. Super Cyclone Catastrophe and Women's'Response: 49 Some Micro Evidence from Coastal Orissa * Mamata Swain, Mrutyunjay Swain and Ranju H. Sahoo 7. Drought Vulnerability of Rural Women: 89 Evidence from Bolangir District in Western Orissa * Mrutyunjay Swain 8. Impact of Land Acquisition on Project Affected 130 Women: A Case Study of Mahanadi Chitrotpala Island Irrigation Project in Orissa * Manata Swain and Ranju H. Sahoo 9. Natural Calamities and Women Trafficking In Orissa 163 * B. Bhuyan 10, Socio- Economic Impact of Natural Disasters 176 on Women in India * Pragati Mohanty 11. Disaster and Gender: An Analysis with Reference 187 to Floods in Orissa * Sadhana Satapathy 12. Natural Disaster and Gender: A Study of 201 Super Cyclone Affected Coastal Orissa * Pradeep Kumar Parida 13. Role of Women Folks in Managing Post Disaster 215 Situation: A Case Study of Madhuban Fire Tragedy in Orissa * Sangram Keshari Mallik, Mrutyunjay Swain 14. Women and Natural Disaster: 229 The Case of 1999 Super Cyclone * Kishor C. Samal Part III Disaster Management Strategy 15. Grassroots Level Disaster Management Strategy 236 and Gender * Manmohan Das 16. Gender Issues in Post Disaster Resilience 251 Building through Microinsurance * Jyotirmayee Kar 17. Action Plan for Disaster Mitigation with 268 Special Reference to Women * Sudhira Chandra Jena 18. Tsunami - The Disaster: A Gender Focus 276 * Jagannath Lenka, Usha Satpathy 19. Earthquake and Gender Issues 284 * Minati Mallick