Federal funds are dwindling resulting in a bleak economic outlook, causing the state, local, and territorial health departments to no longer aim at doing more with less.
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 23, 2012
People that are interested in the state of disaster, emergency, and crisis preparedness in America would be interested in the “Learn About Emergency Water Purification At The Public Health Preparedness Summit” information published today in the Absolute Rights newsletter. Learning how to make clean water for survival is a highly searched topic on the Internet, explains today’s Absolute Rights newsletter.
For people that want to understand emergency water purification among other things, should attend the Public Health Preparedness Summit that is being held in Anaheim California on February 21 - 24, 2012. This summit is being held to regroup, refocus, and refresh, explains today’s Absolute Rights newsletter, by providing information about preparedness in a disaster or crisis situation.
Today’s Absolute Rights newsletter reveals, that there have been significant measures that have been taken over the past decade, which sustain public health capabilities, and the capacity for responding and planning for disasters and emergencies. There have been many lessons that have been learned from the September 11, 2011 attack, along with hurricane Katrina, the Absolute Rights newsletter explains, which are responsible for accomplishments in emergency and disaster preparedness.
There have been initiatives like the Presidential Policy Directive 8, National Health Security Strategy, and the Presidential Executive Order that pertained to medical counter measures in case of a biological attack, or disaster situation today’s Absolute Rights newsletter explains. Even with these strides that have been made, the newsletter discusses, the federal funds are dwindling resulting in a bleak economic outlook, causing the state, local, and territorial health departments to no longer aim at doing more with less. The Absolute Rights newsletter today explains that these agencies are finding themselves eliminating critical preparedness activities, the ones that can mean the difference between life and death during a disaster or crisis situation.
With these developments the newsletter today explains, preparedness for survival has been thrown into the hands of the citizens. This means, the Absolute Rights newsletter today reveals, things like emergency water purification to learn how to make clean water from dirty water for survival in a disaster situation must be handled on a personal, family by family basis. People have to take preparedness into their own hands, if they want any chance of survival during a survival or crisis situation, advises today’s Absolute Rights newsletter.