People in disaster areas are helpless victims.
i work with a team.They are always beside the poor and the poor.This group stands by people who cannot eat properly and who cannot afford to study for lack of money.They provide financial assistance to the poor every year for clothes and education.
Over the past few decades,the density and severity of disasters on the earth has increased,especially for biological sources of climate,such as floods,cyclones and droughts.vulnerable, migraines, hypothermia, bitter, desperate, futile, impetuous, hazy, loss, crushed, dead, ruthless, abandoned, appalling.
Now imagine living in it. Actually, maybe we can't without actually experiencing it. I know I sure can’t. The cherished house you have saved up for your whole life is in ruins. You lose all contact with your family and friends, who might or might not be still alive. Once a living breathing village, now a site of debris and dead bodies. Death seems ineluctable as days begin to pass with no sign of rescue. Only the most prepared can have a glimpse of hope left.
But that's why they need some help?
Natural disasters far exceed the experience of most people; since they are at a loss, perhaps personally, they simply are unable to focus on the next steps to take.
Relief is the enemy of recovery" is a truism often cited after disasters. In other words, by focusing aid efforts only on the short term and encouraging a "savior mentality", prospects for returning to normal are slowed.It can be difficult to balance providing help, which can encourage dependency, with enabling people to recover on their own terms. Surprisingly, one of the best ways to help people help themselves is to simply give them money. Cash transfers are cheap to administer, help mobilize people and boost local markets and economies.The word that springs to mind is dignity: people are not "helpless victims", as some aid responses would have it, but rather survivors who design their own communities.
Even pets aren't protected.
In this disaster, pets are no longer available just for survival. Animals left behind in a disaster can easily get injured, lost or killed.Animals turned loose to fend for themselves are likely to become victims of exposure, starvation, predators, contaminated food or water, or accidents.
They are very helpless.If we do not stand beside them, where will they seek refuge?
I'll try to look at how hard they are living.
We waste a lot of money every day but we have a little thought they are people like us.(They want to eat well, Wants to read clothes).If we are nothing but people standing beside them, where will they go?
Natural and human-caused disasters affect thousands of people each year.Major adverse events such as these have the potential to cause catastrophic loss of life and physical destruction.They are often unexpected and can leave whole communities in shock.
People who live through a disaster can experience emotional distress. Feelings of anxiety, constant worrying, trouble sleeping, and other depression-like symptoms are common responses to disasters before, during, and after the event. Many people are able to “bounce back” from disasters with help from family and the community, but others may need additional support to cope and move forward on the path of recovery.They may also prompt evacuations from certain areas and overwhelm behavioral health resources in the affected communities.
( If people are true to everyone, War is not desirable between people.)
we want everyone to stand beside these helpless people. If we all stand beside them together, they will have little hope. If you extend a helping hand, we can move forward. If you would like some help, we would benefit.
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