Disasters cause a significant amount of damage worldwide. The remnants of these events generate environmental and economic burden on normal living conditions. With little aid available locally, external assistance is a necessity for countries that are frequented by disaster. With the rate of disasters on the rise, countries that are typically effected by these events are having less time to recover.
Current response systems only take into account basic ideas and take a minimum of 4 days to be fully operational. Speedy responses are imperative to continuing life, knowing that as soon as things come to a halt, life takes a degenerative route: poor environment providing for poor economics, and vice versa.
The solution to these situations is not clear, nor is it easy--but it can be simplified: Humanize the response system, pairing medical rehabilitation with social rehabilitation; Optimize all components of the system to create something that gets better with use and time; Provide all the tools necessary for a quick recovery; Engage the community in the process to reinforce progress.
Creating a deployable prefabricated interior system provides the temporal and measurable qualities necessary to generating a solution that is adaptable. The system aims not to solve all problems associated with disaster, but to send hope.
The packed shipping container, ready for deployment.
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