Wikinews talk:Tsunami Help/Health & Safety
For safer water maybe use solar cooking.
Online Emergency First Aid & Survival Procedures Available 
Information for immediate survival and disaster aid is available online via the FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) within the USA. Within this site there is information and training aids to assist in general and specific tasks for individuals to assist themselves and their communities in mass disaster and casuality incidents. Look under CERT training and other training guides. This will provide advanced first aid techniques, water purification procedures, structural inspection and civil communications and identifications. For those planning to volunteer to aid, I suggest you spend the few hours of online training available here to help you be more productive on the ground ready to assist. Thank you for all of you who can go and are able to spend your holiday helping. It will take the entire planet to save these communities and villages. We who have so much can give so much. If you are unable to assist then take the time to be better prepared for your own community when disasters come. It is not a matter of "if" you will ever need the training and information, but of "when" you need it most. I guarantee that you will need it at least once in your lifetime that matters the most to someone close to you. Everyone has something to give; time, money, health, hope, a hand. May Peace Be Our Pledge Terry email@example.com
Warranty disclaimer 
Hi.. Would you guys mind if I add Template:Tsunami Warranty Disclaimer to this page? This page is making a lot of recommendations, and does not look like very well-sourced. Tomos 21:58, 31 Dec 2004 (UTC)
Mental health 
Hi. A posting - http://tsunamihelpsrilanka.blogspot.com/2004/12/guidelines-for-working-with-separated.html - on the blog, and another similar article I've come across (not on blog) - leads me to ask if it would be a good idea to create a Mental Health section - may have 2 sections of content develops - trauma effects suffered by Tsunami surviviors and the second - trauma effects suffered by carers and helpers. Won't put it up until I hear more from you guys. Susan Locke 1 Jan 2005 10:33 Hey Susan, Can or is there anything else we can do as far as spreading this message abroad? If so, feel at ease to add it on humanserviceinfo.blogspot.com Best wishes Mike6417.