Early warning system (EWS) is implemented as a system of information communication mechanism and comprises sensors, event detection and decision subsystems. The system forecast and signal disturbances that adversely affect the stability of the physical world, providing the lead time for the response and prepare for the adversities and to minimize impacts.
Early warning system actively involves the communities at risk, facilitate public education and awareness of risk, effectively disseminate alters and warnings to ensure there is constant state of preparedness. A complete and effective early warning system supports four main functions; risk analysis, monitoring and warning, dissemination and communication and a response capability. Early warning systems (EWS) are recognized in both the Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015, and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 as an important element of disaster risk reduction, and hence to the achievement of sustainable development and sustainable livelihoods.
Anukulan has been working in flood related early warning system and supported establish manual river gauze and auto telemetric
To flow right information on right time to the downstream community so that downstream vulnerable community safe their life and assets from disaster especially flood.