The Guardian reports.

Aid firm urges more aid concentrate on disaster prevention than response rather Islamic Relief Worldwide about Monday urged the U .N. To establish a global contingency fund for disaster prevention since it is cheaper to help prepare for floods and drought than spend billions on emergencies, the Guardian reports. In a written report, titled Feeling the Heat, the charity also known as on governments and help agencies to totally rethink their priorities and place disaster risk reduction at the heart of most aid programs, based on the newspaper.