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It was just another day, an uneventful afternoon. With Annisa working outside the house and her husband working in the field, Alya was on her own inside. Sound asleep. With fear in her eyes, Annisa recalls the first few moments when the earth started shaking. As a child you learn that the land on which you stand is perhaps the only firm thing in the world and you learn to trust it. That is, until you are hit by an earthquake. Firstly, there was disbelief and then Annisa ran to the house. All gone in less than a minute. The 7.
Authorities warn that with many people missing, the death toll will likely climb much higher. By the time Annisa reached her front door, all that was left of the house was a mess of rubble.
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Buried somewhere beneath was her baby girl, Alya. Annisa screamed for help until she soon realised everyone in the village was screaming. The monster earthquake spared no-one. Annisa frantically started digging.
Just with her bare hands. She knew where Alya was sleeping, but there was a small mountain of rubble there and no trace of Alya beneath it. Alya was not moving…not breathing. Annisa screamed loud, praying. And then, as if by a miracle, Alya started crying. Annisa told me that Alya screams in her sleep and wakes up from nightmares. Aftershocks can be incredibly nerve-racking for young minds. Old ones too, I can vouch for that. As someone working in disasters and war settings, I have heard perhaps a hundred stories of grit and heroism. In such frontlines where people encounter hostile forces — natural events, extreme weather, militia, mobs or microbes — stories of valour inevitably emerge.
Faced with such threats, humans will fight or flee, succumb or overcome. Either way, they will adapt. Last month, I was working in Kerala, South India, when it was hit by the worst flood in years.
Local fishermen rushed with their boats and saved thousands of people from the submerged villages. Sometimes they are the only responders. Mothers like Annisa, or local volunteers and teachers fighting the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or local nurses, doctors and paramedics in war-torn Yemen; they are all ordinary people doing an extraordinary job. Her house has been destroyed. During the first three days, Fathima and her children and other community members lived on roasted tomatoes.voybayclendis.tk
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Roads were damaged and blocked and limited relief was available. Water was in short supply. When the relief did begin to arrive, they realised all their cooking utensils were damaged. Fathima and her friends had a community saving scheme in which they would collect a kitty of funds and draw straws. Winner takes all.