The following are disasters that have been identified and for which Technical Committees have been tasked to develop various hazard maps, and to draw education and training programs, emergency preparedness and response plans and advise what the government of Ghana has to put in place before and after disasters have occurred.
Pest and Insect Infestation Disasters
Geological/ Nuclear Radiological Disasters
Fires and Lightning Disasters
Disease Epidemics Disasters
Flood, Windstorm, Rainstorm, Drought and Tidalwaves.
Armyworm, Anthrax, Blackfly, Locust, Larger Grain Borer etc.
Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Gas Emission and Landslide etc.
Bush/Wild fires, Domestic and Industrial fires and Lightening.
Cholera, Yellow Fever, Cerebro -Spinal Meningitis (CSM), Pandemic Influenza etc.
Social conflicts, Collapse of Building, Vehicular and Aviation Accidents, Lake/ Boat Accidents Marine and Railway Disasters etc.
Since its inception in 1997, NADMO has had to tackle major disasters and among them were:
In the two Okumkom Operations, twenty percent (20%) of the food provided went to the neediest of the needy free of charge.