Our country is experiencing at least 20 typhoons in a year that is why it is important to prepare for natural calamities. We often don’t know when the disaster will strike, so it is always to keep your survival kit handy and keep the important telephone numbers in case of emergency.
Last August our country experienced again an intense flooding in Metro Manila and in some provinces in Central Luzon. The rain and flooding wasn’t really caused by a storm but due to a monsoon that was intensified by a storm outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility. This phenomenon is extraordinary that is why many of us are kept unaware
During the torrential rain, many infographic reminders went viral in the internet. I have compiled some of them so that we will know what to do before, during and after a disaster.