The whole world experiences different types of fortuitous events each year, most of which are not fortunate enough to weather the damage and potential threats that disasters like typhoons, tsunamis, earthquakes and other forms of devastating acts of nature bring. Their impending presence can help people prepare for such but the aftermath caused by such disasters is something else that needs to be taken into consideration.
The good thing about people is that once such events hit random regions, the willingness to help is all out. Providing aids and support to victims of such untoward events is a sight to behold. Canned goods, clothes and any form of cash or in kind solicitations to be able to extend help are the common forms of aid that help in such disaster-relief efforts. With the rampant growth of such natural disasters hitting parts of America and Asian countries, there is no telling which country or region may evidently be in need of help on a yearly basis.
[tags]tsunami, disaster, earthquake, natural disaster, relief efforts, red cross[/tags]
Originally posted on February 9, 2007 @ 4:17 pm