Here is something that quake and tsunami victims would certainly find handy. It is the solar powered Portalife Inflatable Shelter, something designed by American Lorenzo Manchi Larach.
The shelter should be handy in times of catastrophe or even war (God forbid). It pops up like a building and offers portability, efficiency and autonomy all in one for easy deployment anywhere and any time. The incorporated solar system makes it an independent solution when electricity becomes a need.
The shelter’s modular design means that wherever an emergency takes place, the Portalife can be deployed to deal with the situation. The standard shelters can be connected in groups of four units, offering instant solutions for casualties of catastrophy with a single push of a button.