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NEMO Educating Students about Disaster Management

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Emergency and Disaster Management is led by NEMO but involves the entire community. With this in mind, we are stepping up the education process.We are proud of the work being done by people like Belmopan NEMO Coordinator Clare Moody and Assistant Dalton Eiley, who have been holding open days for students, teachers and parents in communities in their area of responsibility.

These include Cotton Tree, St Matthews, More Tomorrow, Frank’s Eddy, Valley of Peace, Blackman Eddy, Ontario, Teakettle, Camalote, Roaring Creek, Armenia, St Margret’s and Springfield. Congratulations to them for the initiative, and to NEMO Regional Coordinator Al Westby and National Coordinator Colonel (ret.) Shelton DeFour for supporting the endeavour.

 

NEMO Rendering Assistance to Flood Victims in the North

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The Government of Belize through NEMO rendering assistance to the people of Santa Martha, Orange Walk.District Coordinator Ms. Suleima Celiz, head of operations along with her Relief and Supplies Management Committee (RSMC) District Chairperson Mr. Joel Cowo, and their Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis (DANA) team, did an excellent job in ensuring that everyone affected was assisted.Ms. Suleima and her team were in and out of Santa Martha from the day after the start of the flood and remains in contact with them, ensuring that they are safe.