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Today is the World Day against Trafficking in Persons. Human trafficking is a crime that affects an estimated 40.3 million people globally, most often in sexual exploitation or forced labour. It affects all genders, ages and countries, targeting the most vulnerable in society.
Two members of the RG team - Mike (Operations Manager) and Hannah (Deputy CEO) have just completed a second trip to the Caribbean this year, with an ongoing focus on 2018 hurricane season readiness, and long-term strategic relationship-building.
This month, Rescue Global led the opening session of the British Standards Institution (BSI) bi-annual, all-hands meeting for Group Assurance, held in London.
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.