Managing vulnerability to natural and man-made disasters through modern information and communication technology is one of the scopes of this research work to achieve the desired objectives. The natural hazards, their vulnerability or both can cause failure of the technology, so engineers must design systems that will sustain the devastating impacts of the disasters. Since current design criteria are usually based on past experiences, we have proposed the ICT solution for a developing country like ours based on the basis of the practices and experiences of the developed countries. We have studied the programs and plans in place for disaster management in the United States, Japan, Italy and Turkey and then developed the ideas as invoked, in addition to a few novel ideas and innovative models. These pertain to designing a viable multihazard early warning system and designing an interoperable communications network for emergency response personnel, government agencies, NGOs and the public.