An area where we often find ourselves at a loss for words and action is disaster-management, and dealing with any crisis situations. Irrespective of the major breakthrough in technology, disaster management and response to crisis are skills not many have been able to imbibe. However, a Palghar-based social entrepreneur, who has also received the Centre’s Gandhi fellowship for leadership qualities a few years ago, begs to disagree. “Knowledge and experience are the two things needed for people to survive. In terms of crisis management, people lack both, and that’s why they fail to save lives. Resilience or a first response to crisis is all it takes to save lives,” says 28-year-old Bhupendra Mishra. Prompted by this belief, Mishra founded The Resilient Foundation in 2018 in Palghar, Mumbai, which is an earthquake-prone area.

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