Being Prepared: How to Help Your Horses in an Emergency

Recent events have drawn the issue of community and family preparedness into the spotlight. Here are some resources recommended by the Humanitarian Resource Institute.

In response to the need for educational resources, the Humanitarian Resource Institute Community & Family Preparedness Network (CFPNET) provides access to materials that include:

    FEMA Online Library

  • Talking About Disaster Guide: A guide for individuals and programs providing disaster safety information to the public.
  • Humanitarian Resource Institute Global Preparedness and Response Network: Sections Include Terrorism (US State Department Crisis Awareness & Preparedness), Severe Weather, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Chemical & Hazardous Materials Risks.
  • Disaster Planning for Pets, Livestock and WildlifeTo access education guides, PDF downloads and information sources on the web, visit www.humanitarian.net

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