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Rescue Global recently attend a symposium on Climate Change and Vulnerability in Small Island States organised by the University College London Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction, the Institute of the Americas, the Institute for Global Health, the Global Governance Institute and King's College London's Ramphal Institute
Looking back, 2017 has been a remarkable year, filled with significant development and momentous achievements, all of which have strengthened our team and enabled us to accomplish some extraordinary successes.
Fresh from response operations in the Caribbean, the Rescue Global Pathfinder Team are now in Nepal, working on another critical area of the disaster cycle: preparedness. The Pathfinders are assisting our partners SARAID, along with the Nepal Scouts in the delivery of basic disaster response and emergency medical training to young people from Kathmandu.
The Rescue Global team has been deployed in the Caribbean in response to Hurricanes Irma and Maria for three weeks now. Here's an update on our activities across the region.
Rescue Global partners with Airlink and Patient Airlift Services to deliver a high volume of humanitarian aid in response to Hurricane Irma.
Our team is now in the final stages of preparation for a response mission to the Caribbean in the wake of Hurricane Irma, and ahead of Hurricane Jose.
Rescue Global has worked with BMT Defence Services Ltd and Blue Bear Systems to develop a mobile application to help responders safely assess hazardous situations.
With over 45 million people worldwide estimated to be trapped in a form of modern slavery, it is believed that every single person will have come into contact with a victim without realising it. How do disasters force vulnerable people into modern slavery?
As part of our training cycle, last week a team of Rescue Global Operational and HQ staff underwent a one week Management of Search Operations for Land and Water Incidents training with Outreach Rescue LTD in Wales.