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Before the storm: Resource Center

The 2021 hurricane season is already upon us, and while we always hope for the best, we must also prepare for the worst. Foundation for Puerto Rico is encouraging everyone to act proactively and preventatively during their storm planning.

Our Whole Community Resilience Planning program developed certain tools to mitigate risks prior to an emergency. The Social Capital Maps and the Interactive Vulnerability and Risk Maps allow communities to analyze a multitude of variables and alternatives to their surroundings to combat any possible threat. These maps are organized into six categories based on interest: economic development, education, infrastructure, health, living, and the environment.

In addition, we have compiled a list of resources for small businesses and nonprofit organizations to aid in your planning process amid hurricane season.

workshops

Continuity of Operations After an Emergency
Resource: José Marchand-Parnell, FEMA
Disaster Preparedness
Resource: José Marchand-Parnell, FEMA
Distribution Points and Supply Management
Resource: Miguel Santini Padilla
Water Quality in Puerto Rico
Resources: Sociedad Ambiente Marino, Ciudadanos del Karso and UPR
Responsible Water Management for Emergency Preparedness
Resource: Instituto de Permacultura de Puerto Rico
Volunteer Program and Donation Management
Resource: Miguel Santini Padilla

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