Disaster and Emergency Aid

Disasters of large magnitude strike without warning leaving complete regions in a state of chaos and with limited response from one hour to the next. A coordinated aid effort from neighbouring areas and countries will be the most important source of help and survival for the first days or weeks. It is in those first days that the number of victims is largest and when all help will mean a large difference in the final count.

The Mission:

Coordination between responding organizations

The Solution:

A platform for internet and intranets that can be accessed and shared by cooperating organizations

Humanitarian Relief

Disasters, armed conflicts and depletion of resources lead to hunger, epidemic health hazards and the inability to cover basic survival needs for large quantities of people in places or at moments when and where local assistance channels are overloaded or no longer able to respond. International humanitarian relief operations in a rapid and sustained manner may be then and there the difference between life and death

The Mission:

Long term electronic communications support

The Solution:

A platform for electronic communications that can be accessed and shared by cooperating organizations

Reconstruction Assistance

International assistance doesn't end with relief or emergency aid. After a calamity or the devastation of an area, reconstruction can only be accomplished with aid and other assistance from international sources. There are also areas that even if never under a calamity or devastation, have never been able to develop or are struggling to do so, development aid can make there the big difference.

The Mission:

Coordinated logistics support

The Solution:

A platform for electronic databases that can be accessed and shared by cooperating organizations

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