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After investigating the disaster, keeping in mind the Secrets of crisis networking, there are some things which should have been done which would have minimized the damage greatly.

These are the measures that should be taken in the future...

A Consensus of people living in remote areas which are at risk.

An efficient warning system which covers little villages, and gives warning quickly."Announce early, even when there’s incomplete information.", as AV said in his post

Preparedness is the key to averting disaster.
Form village communities called DMT's (Disaster Management Task Forces) who take care of:


1. Search and rescue
2. First Aid and emergency care
3. Early warning and communication
4. Mob control
5. Emergency shelter and food
6. Damage a****sment and relief

Mock disaster drills to show people how to remain calm and act accordingly

Organise a rating system for NGOs, so we know whom to donate to.

Organise the correct relief, many spend money on unnecessary aids like clothes and some medicines, which are useful to some degree, but are often wasted. See Poor Naked Africans.

Fight poverty:Fight conformity:Fight ignorance




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Comment by A.V.Koshy on May 3, 2010 at 10:53pm
comprehensive and down to earth, i really like it
Comment by Samiran Roy on May 3, 2010 at 11:04pm
Thanks very much for your time A.V

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