Tag Archives: National Emergency Management Organization

Sandy Bay Discussion

The National Emergency Management Organization in collaboration with the OECS Commission will hold a Community Meeting in Sandy Bay late today. The Meeting will discuss the development of a Risk Reduction Plan for the Sandy Bay Community. Residents of the community are invited to the meeting where the Organization will discuss past disasters in Sandy… Continue Reading →

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has entered into a formal agreement with the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) for the financing, preparation, packaging and distribution of five thousand meals…

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has entered into a formal agreement with the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) for the financing, preparation, packaging and distribution of five thousand meals to residents in communities that were adversely affected by the flood of Christmas day. This intervention which began on Monday, will be for a period of ten… Continue Reading →

Director of the National Emergency Management Organization for St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Speaking at a News Conference last week, Mr. Prince reminded persons that Disaster Zones have been established in areas of the country….

Director of the National Emergency Management Organization for St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Speaking at a News Conference last week, Mr. Prince reminded persons that Disaster Zones have been established in areas of the country which were severely affected by the December floods. Mr. Prince noted that some persons are still not clear on the… Continue Reading →

Close to two hundred individuals who were displaced by the December 2013 trough system remain in shelters on mainland St. Vincent

Close to two hundred individuals who were displaced by the December 2013 trough system remain in shelters on mainland St. Vincent Executive Director of the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO), Howie Prince provided an update on the recovery process at a Media Conference yesterday. Mr. Prince said as persons return to some sense of normalcy… Continue Reading →

Executive Director of NEMO Howie Prince said that there are currently still five Emergency Shelters opened

Executive Director of the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO), Howie Prince said that there are currently still five Emergency Shelters opened following the rains and flooding on Christmas Eve. He made this statement during a press briefing which was held today to update the nation on the status of the relief and recovery process. Mr…. Continue Reading →

The Management, Staff and Students of the University of the West Indies Open Campus are contributing to the ongoing recovery effort

The Management, Staff and Students of the University of the West Indies Open Campus are contributing to the ongoing recovery effort, in the wake of the flooding and landslides during the Christmas Holidays. A release from the UWI says the Principal and Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Open Campus, Professor Hazel Simmons- McDonald has launched a… Continue Reading →