Sunday, June 16, 2013

DIsaster management 2: Save the water

Gestión de desastres: Ahorro de agua

Water is the most important and scarce item when a disaster strikes. During the 2011 event, such was one of the issues, because in addition to the lack of running water, there was the fear that the one that was available was polluted by radiation from the nuclear plant.

Since such item is such important, as a complement to my previous entry, let me share with you some links that show items that need few water, that governments could consider useful for disaster management purposes.
1. Dehidrated and pre-coocked vegetables, rice, powdered milk.

2. Dry shampoo.

3. Humid towels, disnfectant gel: Available almost everywhere. Fundamental for your personal hygiene, before preparing the food, after the WC, etc, and even important to take back a freshness sensation, which may not seem but it is extremely important.

4. Gel for dry baths: Invented by an African boy. The description can be found here.

...will write more when I find them....

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