Crisis Survivor Tips

We educate you on survival tricks to prevent further damage and adverse effects of natural disasters.

No one plans for a crisis; it just hits. At times, it hits when you least expect and you least prepare. Environmental disasters are the worst calamities on the globe. They destroy property and lives.

When lucky to be alive, life must move on; how do you move on with life when you are emotionally and physically disoriented?

The kinds of disasters we are talking about here are earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, heatwaves, among others.

Extreme climatic conditions are the leading cause of significant disasters; they can get you while travellings the main or at home or in a holiday camp.

The meteorological department tries as much as possible to give you warning signs and preventive measures.

Still, some of them never get detected on their radar and hardly hit individuals and communities.

No one wants to get to the melee, but knowledge is power in surviving the storm.

Vision

To become a leading institution on advocacy and helping people go through grief, survival and disaster management during a natural calamity.

Mission

We want to save more and more lives and property through early detection and preparation, never to be found off guard during a calamity. Our vision is to share knowledge and survival tips in cases of emergency. We want to change the perception and level of preparedness. We ensure everyone is knowledgeable about disaster management and preparedness.

       We provide a comprehensive guide on causes,       effects and preventive measures during such times.

Featured Article Posts

How Ready Are You For a Calamity

Experiencing a magnitude 6.7 earthquake in the next 26 years is 62% likely to happen. The U.S. Geological Survey warned the public to be prepared for such emergencies that can cause towering buildings to sway and glass surfaces to rattle and possibly...

How to Survive a Hurricane

When a hurricane is approaching, the first step is to develop a plan. This should include an evacuation route in case you need to leave your home, as well as a place to stay if you are unable to return right away. It is also important to have a communication plan in...

4 Ways To Lower Stress In Your Life

Do you struggle with stress? We all know that stress is bad for us, but it’s hard to avoid. It can come from many places and affect our lives in different ways. Stress can be physical or emotional, short-term or long-term, and even positive! But no matter what kind of...

7 Best tips on how to survive a tornado

Tornadoes are one of the most destructive natural disasters to happen. Tornadoes can strike without a warning and cause death, injury, and destruction in their path. When tornadoes come our way, it is important that we take precautions and be aware of what to do when...

Fire Prevention Safety Tips for the Homes and Businesses

A fire can be a catastrophic event, leading to the destruction of property or loss of life. U.S. fire departments respond to an estimated 358,500 home structure fires per year. Therefore, reducing the risk of a fire at your business is one of the best steps you can...

4 Fantastic Budget-Friendly Delicacies to Make During a Pandemic

The outbreak of a pandemic is a good reason to stay indoors. Distancing yourself will prevent the epidemic from spreading. During such period, there's usually a decline in the number of people that are willing to eat out. Precautionary measures are put in place to...

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