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International assistance in a massive natural disaster will require long-term investment in infrastructure to enable the afflicted government to fix itself.

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  • Paumanok 2 years ago:

    2040: Future Tech: Satellites that can heat up the clouds from space to stop the rain from falling in a specific area so that humanitarian relief can operate effectively or not be needed at all because flooding is averted altogether through the use of technology. Similar systems are in place at US airports today.

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UN Assisting Flood-Ravaged Setuba
As torrential rains continued to pour onto the already-flooded streets of this West African megacity, advance elements of a United Nations peacekeeping force led by China and the United States arrived to prevent the city and surrounding countryside from sliding further into chaos.

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