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From far and near, we have good boys and girls who are doing exemplary deeds for their community, fellow countrymen and for the world at large. Thank you for a job well done. Here we give spotlight to one like you who tried to share her utmost so we may continue sharing the blessings ...
Bickerings, partisanships and other agenda should be set aside in the task of rehabilitating areas deeply ravaged by killer storms, earthquakes, surges and other natural calamities. Man should understand that typhoons came sans political color and claim kings and paupers as well as vi...
The Bug Out Bag is a vital piece of equipment to a survivalist. But some survivalists fill their BOB with odd things.
Some tips to protect your house and interiors during the monsoon or rainy season...
Hurricane Sandy is dubbed the Frankenstorm and the first one to hit the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland Ohio in recorded history. What can Ohio expect?
Ways to prepare yourself and your family for these devastating storms, and how to deal with the aftermath.
It is necessary and wise to prepare for emergencies in order for us to feel secure and safe.
It is also true that you can take some measures and reinforce your house to withstand the power of a hurricane. The following tips will help you to prepare your house for a hurricane.
She is coming: the monstrous hurricane Irene. Historical warning has been given to the residents of East Coast of the USA about the arrival of the monstrous hurricane.
Have you ever thought of creating an emergency or survival food supply? Chances are this thought might never have come to the mind of most of you guys because you believe this is useless and you’ll have to face no such emergency in your lifetime. Please read on if what I am saying i...
Tornadoes have become common in the US. Summer months of every year are usual time to expect tornadoes. The plain states Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia are the normal victims.
When mother nature decides to have a tantrum,are you ready? These are just a few tips to help you get prepared & be ready for a natural disaster.
Tropical cyclones, snow storms, and heavy rains are frequent due to global warming. As a result, lives are lost, homes ravaged, and properties damaged. Hence, it is very important to be well prepared when calamities occur.
Most of us have never had to really live off the grid. In the US outside of a few who have had regional emergencies, many have never really seen a DARK night.
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