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Natural disasters, war, famine, social unrest, terrorism and financial collapse can quickly destabilize a community, potentially forcing you and your family into a survival situation.
To survive you must gather the items necessary to satisfy the basic human requirements of food, water, and shelter.
Additionally, you will require items to provide health care, communications with the outside world and security.
This comprehensive prepper supply list will give you a solid foundation for the types of items you need to survive.
Water is crucial for survival. While a human can survive 3 weeks without food, they will only live for 3 days without water.
The quality of the water is also important, and in some survival situations you may only have access to poor contaminated water that must be filtered.
An adult requires a minimum of 1 gallon of water per day, more for hot environments or during periods of intense physical activity.
Ways to filter and purify water
Ways to store water
Ways to transport water
Behind water, food is the most crucial component for human survival. You can purchase and store a large amount of food with a long shelf life. However, a smart survivalist also develops the ability to hunt for food, gather food from the wilderness, grow food, preserve food and prepare food.
Make sure the food that you store is food that you enjoy. Taste-test everything that you are going to store in your cupboard.
Develop the skills required to hunt, gather, grow and preserve your own food. Don’t just store hundreds of seeds and expect to pick up gardening skills immediately, it won’t happen.
Here are the types of foods and equipment you should focus on:
Stored Long Term Food and Staples
Food Hunting Tools
Food Gathering Tools
Bags, navigational tools and knowledge base to inform you of what is safe to eat
Food Growing Tools
Food Preservation Tools
Food Preparation Tools
After you are well fed and your thirst has been quenched, shelter is the most essential human need. Included within this broad category are clothing, building materials and the heating or cooling sources that help keep your body temperature at safe levels.
Clothing designed to be worn in nature — windproof and weatherproof. All clothing should be made from the appropriate materials for survival situations
Building Materials and Tools
Camping tents and tarpaulins
Heat and Cooling
In a survival situation, common medical problems can quickly become life-threatening. It is crucial to maintain your hygiene and health appropriately because there may not be a hospital to go to!
During times of social disruption, it is quite likely that the police department is no longer functioning or too busy to assist you.
Your family’s safety and possessions could be at risk unless you take steps to ensure their security.
The following items are recommender for any survival situation:
If you find yourself in a survival situation, contacting another person might be necessary to save your life. After a disaster, communication equipment is also useful for finding other people who may need your help.
Some communication equipment to have on hand during a survival situation:
In addition to the above items, there are a number of household items and energy generation tools that will make your life easier.