The CRED data base on disasters indicates that their number are on rise and at the same time profound increase in the damages of earthquakes are also inevitable due to population growth particularly in Asian context. In 2005 Kashmir earthquake communities in Pakistan were severely affected. This event has stimulated the policy makers and planners to establish disaster management policy in the country. This book has made an attempt to investigate the issues related to the community earthquake preparedness and emergency management. The preparedness and emergency measures were investigated both at the community and organizational levels. Disasters are still handled at provincial level in Baluchistan and focus more on reactive measures. The disaster management authorities are not implemented at local levels. On the other hand the community is more vulnerable to earthquake hazards. It is concluded that neither the government on provincial and districts levels are prepared nor the community is prepared for earthquake hazards therefore they are affected from time to time due to earthquakes.