Reducing the Impact of Disasters Through Education
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EDEN's Catalog of Extension Resources members to categorizing the resource by the activity that it describes or the phase in which the activity occurs. The lines between these phases can be fuzzy. To provide some degree of uniformity and assist users in extracting resources that meet their needs, a brief explanation is provided below.

Recovering includes all the things you have to do once the storm has passed, the earth has stopped shaking, or the epidemic is over. Examples include:

  • Staying safe and healthy in a disaster area
  • Cleaning up
  • Dealing with stress
  • Getting financial assistance
  • Finding work
  • Repairing/restoring buildings (home or office)
  • Reestablishing the lawn/garden/field/landscape
  • Restocking animals
  • Restoring/recovering data
  • Restoring credibility of the food supply
  • Regaining business markets/clientele


Cataloged Resources for which Activity=Recovering

Use the Refiners on the to filter the list to a specific hazard (flood), topic (buildings, crops, etc.), state, or other parameter.


Power Outage is its own "Hazard"    Search for Hazard = Power Outage

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Last Updated:7/14/2016 3:58 PM

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