Preparing for floods is more than just putting the TV up on a high shelf

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 29 Nov 2015

Working out the details: Villagers of Kampong Laloh at the Disaster Risk Reduction workshop organised by Mercy Malaysia to build community preparedness and resilience among the people.

Preparing for floods is more than just putting the TV up on a high shelf. It’s also about learning to be resilient enough to get back to normal as soon as possible after an emergency.

AZMI Seman’s T-shirt says it all: “Kalau Bukan Kita, Siapa Lagi?”, which translates as “If Not Us, Then Who?”

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