This Is How The Government Try to SAVE YOUR LIVES

in #steemit2 years ago (edited)

Did you know that at least 20 typhoons visit the Philippines each year? Not to mention the 23 active volcanoes in our country and many more natural and man-made disasters we have faced through our lifetime, how safe do you think you are?
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Preparedness.

"There's no harm in hoping for the best as long as you're prepared for the worst"
-Stephen King

I work in a National Government Agency that provides assistance in capability building and information dissemination to raise the awareness of communities about Disaster Preparedness. Part of our job is to make people more disaster resilient, well-informed and well-trained.

Examples? Sure I could give you some.

IEC materials - stands for INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION materials that are reproduced for dissemination/posting.

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Next time you see these kinds of posters, please take time to read because this MIGHT SAVE YOUR LIFE.

Trainings - We train people, we facilitate training of trainers, and we conduct drills because...Practice makes perfect!

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With the cooperation of some International Organizations, nations share their best practices through a dialogue.

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To provide quality service to our clients-the citizens of the Philippines, we attend numerous seminars, workshops, and trainings and try to learn everything.

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Thank you for reading!
Always remember: SAFETY is EVERYONE's RESPONSIBILITY.

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Nice post @wayetyet.
Very informative. I hope our kabayans will take time to read this because we will never know what our mother nature will do in the next coming years.
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Thanks @patricjames! Let's share this info.

This is great. I have resteemed this post as I think that it is of very high importance. What you do is very helpful to the common citizen. Even I don't really know how to act and what to do in case of a natural or man-made disaster.

Anyway great job @wayetyet! :D

Wow! Thank you @juv79505. I will try to post more IECs in the future. Thanks also for resteeming!

You're welcome @wayetyet! :)