URGENT: Hurricane Matthew strikes Haiti: Remember translate your page in Spanish
Matthew hurricane has caused severe flooding and damage to parts of Haiti and is on track to reach Jamaica, the Bahamas and Cuba. This fund will help provide emergency supplies such as food, water and medicines, in addition to any assistance from longer-term recovery is needed. All donations to this fund only support relief efforts and local recovery momentum of this disaster. We will make frequent updates to this page, we monitor the impact of the storm
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In addition to damaging winds, forecasters warn of more than 40 inches of rain on some routes storm, raising concerns about flooding, landslides, and damage to infrastructure. Several of the foundation Haitelmex partners are preparing to respond. This fund will support relief and recovery efforts locally driven on the ground. First responders are assessing the situation and will post more details as we have them.
All donations to this fund will support relief and recovery efforts in the region. Initially, the fund will help first responders meet immediate survival needs such as food, fuel, water, hygiene products and shelter. Once the initial relief work is completed, this fund will be the transition to support the efforts of long-term recovery led by local organizations examined. Unlike some other organizations, foundation Haitelmex has a long history of success in Haiti.
We believe that organizations that are deeply rooted in local communities are often in the best position to provide long-term support disaster victims. By funding relief activities of local organizations, donations to the fund have the potential to build greater disaster response capacity for these organizations are better equipped to cope with future disasters. Haitelmex foundation publish reports on how funds have been used and will email these reports to donors and subscribers.
TEL: Contact en Haiti Whats App,: 00(521(55)-3480-3284 USA Tel. + (1)772-828-8882/Mexique (52) local + 55 4974-5196
HAITELMEX FOUNDATION AND CECEV / MHC
From: Environmental Commission
Name of the project:
LETTER OBJECTIVE: PREVENTION PLAN EMERGENCY AND NATURAL DISASTER TRAINING:
For Youth without violence and leadership. Peace, security and job creation.
project type (GIRO) NATURAL DISASTERS
Dear Sir or Madam,
I, (e): MR: PATRICK ESTIME legal representative (as an administrator) of civil society Non-profit, apolitical called HAITELMEX FOUNDATION respectfully appear and expose.
Grant Request and Authorization
(Haitelmex Foundation) feels happy to share these activities and take this opportunity to urge your institution financial assistance / or technical equipment to realize EMERGENCY PLAN PREVENTION AND TRAINING program DISASTER NATURAL FOR SEVERAL AREA AS BENEFICIARY in Haiti.
PROJECT DURATION - (28 MONTHS)
Many people believe that disasters and accidents are inevitable and that they never touch. But it has been observed that in the world permanently disasters occur with consequences which leave a large percentage of loss of life and property. We have a responsibility to take preventive measures to reduce the risk of accidents and the effects of a natural disaster or an event can cause the population.
The program is called PLAN FOR DISASTER AND EMERGENCY PLAN: Our response plan is before, during, and after. This program aims to create a training unit for trainers with discounts certificate every quarterly for 24 months between all types of industries such as participating in particular members of the government and the school. This program has a school plan for risk management, and encourages actions to integrate prevention and relief disaster in the educational project and social integration.
The education and schooling sector are homeless in the disaster event is necessary in a specific campaign of awareness, together with education and motivation or activities to develop the institutions of education to prevent or mitigate conditions of risk that may come from natural phenomena, human and social, causing a catastrophe.
Environmental research Haitelmex Committee Foundation
Committee on the Urbanization And Education
And other Organization in affiliation
BENEFICIARIES OF GROUPS / SCHOOLS / VOLUNTEER / (CSOs)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: PREVENTION AND MITIGATION PLAN:
The risks are not natural, but are determined by the company; then the prevention plan and the involvement of people in society and its development conditions that determines the risk. Company interaction - kind According to the physical installation of the institution is necessary to train students, teachers, administrators and others in disaster prevention, seeking to anticipate future actions that could help the welfare of the community.
The proposed disaster prevention, it is expected that the educational community / ORGANIZATION AND OTHER learn the importance and the need to prevent disasters, respond and collaborate to avoid.
Update disaster prevention plan, identifying threats, vulnerabilities and risks related to training volunteer on the invitation to the participation of schools, Military Organizations ex-employees of the state to generate a mitigation and emergency plan for effective response against such situations.
Identify risk factors presented by the institution.
The inventory of human, financial and logistical resources available to the institution. Implement preventive action against all threats, vulnerabilities and risks identified.
Develop an action plan to respond in the best way in any type of emergency or disaster that may occur.
Seeks to promote the integral development of people through an educational process that encourages independence and enables the formation of critical thinking involved.
IDENTIFICATION OVERVIEW OF RISK FACTORS
MITIGATION, reduction or elimination RISK and loss.
OVERVIEW OF OUR TRAINING:
The goal of our training is to strengthen the capacity to prepare and administer voluntary members before, during and after in an emergency, a serious or major disaster.
Provide strategies for identifying, recruiting, deploying, training, supervisión, motivation and volunteers.
The discussion includes the members and affiliates spontaneous volunteer community based, faith-based and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
END OF THIS COURSE: Participants should
Identify situations in which volunteering can be useful in addition to response and recovery operations.
Define the skills and knowledge for volunteers.
Establish a volunteer program that includes strategies for recruiting and managing volunteers throughout the community.
Develop a plan for creating a reception Volunteer.
Identify particular problems regarding the use of volunteers.
PROJECT IDENTIFICATION AND AUDIENCE PRIMARY
This course is for emergency managers and related professionals who work with all kinds of volunteers and voluntary coordination with organisms
Train first responders, evacuation and fight against fire and other natural disaster and response.
Training the educational community / member of the organization, association, another member of the protection with the help of workshops, brochures and conferences.Socialize and develop risk maps of the institution in which they are escape routes, meeting points and resources.
Assess plan risk management by performing exercises.
Conduct a workshop exercise in the resistance on the ground
ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE FIRST PERIOD
"Awareness of earthquake risk" for students and prevention of formatting and the disaster committee.
Developing evacuation plans taking into account the school's physical plant and the first drilling First aid workshop entire educational community in charge of the `health promotion sidewalk.
Drill Second Workshop evacuation prevention of domestic accidents. FOURTH campaigns last drill kit with the entire educational community. The project evaluation and restructuring in terms of defects found in the prevention process.
Other training in youth training and immigrants
The purpose of this course is to give employees awareness of violence in the workplace, how to recognize the warning signs and what to do to prevent or minimize violence.
Defines workplace violence in accordance with the policy of 1200.1 FEMA and DHS memo referenced in the course.
List the four types of workplace violence.
Identify the three levels of warning sign to the violence in the work related potential.
List the action steps taken in response to violence at work.
Identify ways to prevent workplace violence.
What was done? Article for the school newspaper in September. 2016 school brigade organizational resources / organizations which oversees civil protection
DURING AND AFTER THE COURSE
Provide a platform as brigadier element with voluntary organizations members of civil society as a new professional be available in secour of the population in case of social vulnerability, facilitate the troop sergeant opportunity in new consultant and lecturer training facilitate national and international program in community development framework and intervention in the urban area and to work with NGOs and professional services in the context rendered to society.
Conduct a training plan for 200 volunteers for the training cycle of four (4) months of 1000 total volunteers between (CSOs) and schools to be certified as new members all the components between the social learning strategies
For each school a discretionary 30 students as volunteers Each volunteer has a site allocated according to the event by the school.
From the year a selection of 30 brigadiers explaining which activities should be conducted with civil protection connections are made
Students: .professeur ... ... ... .administratif .Services General .... It is the representation of situations close as possible to the facts and proposed to simulate the event. It is a practical exercise that involves the mobilization of resources and staff, in which the response is measured in real time, the measures taken and resources used are evaluated.
TRAINING PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL INTERCHANGE
As part of this project, we develop educational exchange programs between other international organization in the field of training and education of ecology, agriculture, health, and social commitment ..
SCHOOL PLAN RISK MANAGEMENT:
This plan is developed in school management: The inventory of human, financial and logistical resources,
Identification of risk factors,
Vulnerability analysis of the physical plant and establish an action plan. Are considered risk factors (a) and vulnerability (v). Threat: the probability that a phenomenon of natural or manmade, can potentially cause damage which are classified: by origin and can be: natural partner, anthropogenic.
It is the representation of the interaction of various risk factors (risk and vulnerability) in an area at a given time.
It consists of instruments corresponding to the action response phase, which do not meet What to do? Otherwise the How?
SCRIPT ASSESSMENT WORK PLAN FOR THE DEVELOPMENT:
In four stages can be identified:
Beginning and end of the proposed project:
Start - July 2016
June 2018 - Final should
Thank you for your attention and I am at your service for any comments.
COORDINATOR AND PROJECT MANAGER