Policy makers can significantly reduce the risk of disaster and other crises through adequate strategies focused on reduction of vulnerability. By designing and implementing the ways and means that protect the affected population especially those physically vulnerable to the environment. If we analyse the changing perception in this field, increasing awareness indicate that states within their obligations have to respect, fulfill and protect their environment. They have the primary responsibility for reducing any risk (manmade and natural) including international community bind by the duty to provide support and mechanism for risk reduction. One of the milestone was “Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) at the world conference on Disaster Reduction in 2005, based on 10 year plan with multi-stake holders and multi-sectoral plan to invest in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), as a means to build disaster-resilient societies”.