About Us

Our Purpose

The fundamental purpose of the creation of Desaprender is to educate the American people about emergency preparedness. Disasters, either natural or man-made, can happen anytime and without warning. Hence, the importance of being prepared during emergency situations could not be understated.

Some examples of natural disasters are as follows:

  • Blizzards
  • Earthquakes
  • Floods
  • Tornadoes
  • Volcanic Eruptions

On the other hand, man-made disasters can include the following:

  • Fires
  • Explosions
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Biological and Chemical Attacks

Desaprender seeks to provide the public with informative and extensive resources to empower them during emergencies and avoid, if not mitigate, property damages, deaths, and life-threatening injuries resulting from any disastrous event.

We believe that public involvement is crucial to enhance public safety during and after a natural disaster or any case of emergency.

The tips and strategies that you can find in this blog should help you be prepared during both natural and man-made disasters or emergencies. In general, these are the key things that the public should bear in mind to help them be prepared to cope up with various emergencies:

  1. Stay informed.
  2. Identify the risks in your respective community and determine the proper responses appropriate for different types of emergencies.
  3. Develop an emergency plan.
  4. Have an emergency kit ready.

We Welcome Your Thoughts and Suggestions

Do you have any comments or recommendations with regards to the topic of emergency preparedness? Feel free to send us an email if you have any feedback or inquiries concerning emergency and disaster preparation. Your insights are valuable for the improvement of this site.

Get Prepared

Emergency preparedness is a public responsibility. Having a well-thought and comprehensive emergency plan helps to ensure everyone can act decisively and quickly in times of emergencies and disasters. As such, death and injury can be prevented, and the loss of property is minimized.