Daphne Oseña-Paez on disaster preparedness in the home: “Our country is one of the most prone to environmental disasters. Nowadays, it’s not a question of ‘what if’ but a matter of ‘when.’
“We really have to prepare for all eventualities—on the government level and as individuals. I admit that I am guilty of being unprepared. There is not enough drinking water, bread and nonperishables at home.” Bayani San Diego Jr.
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