What supplies should be stockpiled to survive after a disaster?

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  1. GA Anderson profile image81
    GA Andersonposted 6 years ago

    What supplies should be stockpiled to survive after a disaster?

    How should you prepare to survive 2 weeks without electricity anywhere - like after a hurricane or earthquake or tornado?

  2. DRG Da Real Grinc profile image74
    DRG Da Real Grincposted 6 years ago

    They is a lot you will need to survive but some are more important then others. Above all I want to say water, batteries, flashlights, and canned food.

  3. emimemo profile image79
    emimemoposted 6 years ago

    You need a backpack strong enough to carry a day's worth of food, water and basic medical kit.
    You also need:
    1: Emergency radio with cell phone charger. ( wind-up )
    2: Cell phone (2 extra batteries), credit card, some cash.
    3:  A Filtered Mask (breather)
    4: Basic medicine (aspirin, neosporin)
    5: Passport & Driver license
    6: Glasses & Contact lenses
    7: Towels & blanket
    8:  Lighter (with can of fluid) and Matches
    9:  Survivor Knife
    10: Hand wipes with antibacterial coating
    11: High-protein foods, canned goods
    12: Underwear

    When the earthquake happened in Japan, many people didn't get enough information right away. I called my family in Japan about the Fukushima trouble and they didn't know about it yet.  Getting information on what is going on is very important.

    To keep at home,
    1: Can of foods, 10 gallons of water in bottles
    2: Gasoline for your car
    3: Batteries
    4: Candle & lighter
    5: Toilet Paper ( Paper products, like diapers)
    6:  Extra Blanket

    I might missing something, but that all I think about for now.

  4. ananceleste profile image35
    anancelesteposted 6 years ago

    Being informed about all the steps to take in advance will facilitate the family with a sense of security. According to FEMA , the array of disasters that Americans could face at any giving moment is varied. read more

  5. mistyhorizon2003 profile image92
    mistyhorizon2003posted 6 years ago

    Wherever you live in the world there is always a risk of a natural disaster, e.g. earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, floods, hurricanes etc. It is important to be prepared by stockpiling certain supplies in order to survive such a disaster. This article offers suggestions as to what you might want to stockpile in case this happens to you. read more

 
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