now that you mention it, on IPFS it could be really easy for a country under a natural disaster (or even a war, where computers might be seized) to keep their informational infrastructure "up and running" 24/7 like nothing is happening.
This, along with some specialized DAPP, could help countries give medical assistance to huge quantities of refugees like nothing happent to its networks (education, healthcare...), as long as one node is in a safe place, the whole data of the country could be not only safe, but still usable like nothing happent.
The DAPP function would be just an interface for public servants to access to their usual programs/functions/data. and since the DAPP could be stored somewhere else, they'd just need a laptop to access the full functionality and paperwork of their profession.
This would, for example, allow to a doctor in a refugee camp in Africa access to their patients medical records, even if a war or natural disaster has destroyed the hospital where those were kept (which is unfortunately common in those situations).
The records could be safely stored outside the country even, allowing doctors and other public workers to work even in worst case scenarios.
This idea could have huge pottential for both governments, public organisms and NGOs, it would give a lot of resistance and agility to workers in disaster situations.