Monday, October 27, 2008


In the Nata Village blog many things matter. This is a place where there aren’t many natural resources and the people are extremely poor. In this blog it talks about how the village is prepared for the worst with disaster centers. This is good because now the people of the village can have a place to go in a time of need. This can help people because it will help make sure that they are always safe during anything Mother Nature throws at them. This matters to me because we too have disasters in the U.S. for example hurricane Katrina, during that hurricane we had very little ideas to turn to. Our levees were broken, and FEMA failed to do its duties. This makes me even more attached to the idea so the people of the village don’t have to go through what the citizens of Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi had to go through.

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