Mindanao storm in late 2011 Post quake relief in Japan
Singapore In the World International Friendship Day
Remind us of the importance of having good relationships with other countries This also involved giving a hand to other countries that are afflicted with natural disastersInternational Friendship Day
◦How do you think some of the victims of this earthquake felt when it happened? ◦What kinds of aid do you think they would need after the earthquake happened?Think about it….
Relief supplies such as ready-to-eat porridge and water systems sent from Singapore Both governmental and NGOs sent relief teams to help the victims such as searching for their lost ones and providing medical aid to those injured.Relief teams sent to Japan
◦ How can the relief teams help in providing on-site help to the victims of natural disasters? ◦ What other things can the relief team do to help the victims of natural disasters rebuild their lives?Minds-On –Complete yourreflection
According to Singapore Red Cross, there is an increasing trend of individuals who band together and going directly to disaster zones to help. ◦ Previously, only big organizations sent relief aid For example…Trends in Singapore…
Hearts-On – Complete yourreflection (Fancy Cards) If you were given the chance to send kindness messages to the victims in Japan, what would you say? Write one message that you would convey to the victims.
Natural disasters are unpredictable. We can do our part to help others who are afflicted by natural disasters ◦ one of which is to engage in humanitarian efforts that provides relief to victims of natural disastersConclusion
What can I do to help countries that are afflicted with natural disasters?Hands-On – Completeyour reflection