What Makes a Population Vulnerable to Disasters?Special populations have unique (usually physical) requirements during a disaster. For example, children may need special care and treatment during disasters, such as smaller oxygen masks. Social and cultural factors (or aspects) are features that may be unique to a particular group of people.Emergency managers cannot assume that individuals and households will take necessary precautions if they have special circumstances that might increase their vulnerability in times of disaster. While emergency managers can request individuals with special needs to come forward and work with officials to take steps to ensure their safety, many people do not realize they are more vulnerable or even that they have special needs. Others may not trust the government and will choose not to participate in the process. Successful emergency managers actively identify populations that are vulnerable and take appropriate steps to consider the needs of these populations in their preparedness plans and mitigation efforts.For this Assignment, which is part of your Final Project, consider special populations and how social and cultural factors may impact disaster planning and mitigation.The Assignment (4–7 pages)1–2 pages:Describe any special populations in your Final Project community.3–5 pages:Explain the process you used to identify special populations in your community.Explain why the special populations you identified are considered to be vulnerable during disasters.Explain any additional social and cultural factors in your community that you might need to consider, and explain how these might be integrated into your mitigation and preparedness system.Support your Assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are to provide a reference list for all resources, including those in the Learning Resources for this course.