Imagine that a significant disaster has occurred in your neighbourhood. It could be that your area has been hit by a major earthquake, tornado, cyclone or tsunami.
In any case, the services to the place where you live (e.g., the power and water) are cut off and the roads in and out of the neighbourhood are not traversable. You hear, via the news from a battery-operated transistor radio, that the whole region has been hit and that no help will be arriving to your neighbourhood for at least three to five days.
Step 1:.Your personal resilience at your place of residence. Using the resources you have been reading about in the unit so far, conduct an audit of what this would mean for your own well-being and survival for you and the people you live with. (For example, how much food do you have in your cupboards? How will you manage to cook without power? What will you do about water? (400-500 words)
Step 2: Your community’s resilience. Using the resources included in the module, conduct an assessment of the resilience in your community. Think about some of the key elements included in the readings and assess your community’s strengths as well as its vulnerabilities (400-500 words).
Step 3: Insights. Reflecting on the two audits conducted (your personal resilience and your assessment of your community’s resilience). How well do you think your community would manage and what would be needed for it to recover and “build back better”?
What are three core characteristics that you need to develop for you to be more resilient in the face of emergencies? (400-500 words)
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