Are you prepared in the event of a castastrophe? Will you be ready?
This is common knowledge-that disaster is everywhere. It's in the streets, it's inside your campuses, and it can even be found inside your home. The question is not whether we are safe (because no one is really THAT secure anymore) but whether we can do something to lessen the odds of ever becoming a victim.
First, what is a disaster, anyway? By definition, a disaster is any catastrophe or tragedy that occurs (can also be identified as a destruction or calamity). That doesn't sound good at all, does it? We should be alarmed at the mere mention of this term and we have good reasons to be because there are so many kinds of disaster.
Name it and it has it. Think of the natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, flood, tornadoes, tsunamis, cyclones, or even fire and, you wouldn't want this last one, aggression.
Accept the fact that these calamities are in all places. There are areas that are more prone to tornadoes or earthquakes and there are also some that are more exposed to cyclones.
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