Stay Together

The problem: Most of the families and groups of friends who live in cities with high seismic risk do not have an emergency plan, nor even an emergency backpack, that would allow them to own a minimum of resources in case disaster hits.

The solution: Stay together is a mobile app that allows people to set up an emergency plan together with their family or friends, to keep track of the products they have in their emergency backpack and also helps people - through a notifications and bonus points system - repeat the most useful information about what to do in case of a calamity.

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Stay Together is a mobile app that allows people to set up an emergency plan together with their family or friends, to keep track of the products they have in their emergency backpack and also helps people - through a notifications and bonus points system - repeat the most useful information about what to do in case of a calamity.

Although there seem to be a lot of overall problems, the solution lies in a methodical and systemic approach. Using a triangulation system that relied on consulting the relevant available scientific literature, validation of the hypotheses through expert interviews or focus groups and the consultation of available public data. This allows us to have a list of problems that is both valid and validated.

We have discussed with many organizations and specialists on the subject of earthquake preparedness, but also on the intervention procedures for such a major event. Rescue efforts will be the duty of everyone, a major disaster being devastating for both Bucharest and the rest of the country. We tried to map the main actors involved in seismic issues. This list will continue to be updated as we continue to research and develop solutions in this field.

Media plays a crucial role in informing and educating the population about earthquake preparedness. With the exception of a few short published briefing guides, the most common materials in the general press either just report events about earthquakes or statistical data, or play a critical role in the authorities. Here are some examples of how the media talks about earthquakes in the past 12 months.

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