- Ethiopia: Ethiopia: Tigray Health Facility Location Map (as of 02 April 2013)
- occupied Palestinian territory: Cooking gas shortage in Gaza
- World: No green economy without blue economy, says FAO
- South Sudan (Republic of): The African Union welcomes resumption of oil production in South Sudan and its export through Sudan [EN/FR]
- occupied Palestinian territory: Protection of Civilians Weekly Report 2 - 8 April 2013
- Kenya: Villagers count losses as floods destroy crops
- Kenya: Ruto meets permanent secretaries over floods havoc
- Democratic Republic of the Congo: Stopper la mortalité évitable des enfants due à la diarrhée et la pneumonie
- Jordan: Emirati-Jordanian camp receives first group Syrian refugees
- Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Farmers Urged to Adopt Conservation Agriculture
The Séon uhnit is a mobile water purification unit that enables filtration and disinfection of dirty water at its source. It is equipped with an innovative system of triple filters and an Ultra Violet disinfecting light to produce potable water from any dirty fresh water source.
The durable construction of the Séon is critical when considering the operating environment. The unit can be used in the harshest conditions and will withstand the rigours of insensitive operation. All connections are industry standard plumbing push fit mechanisms which enable simple setup and operation.
Séon is a rugged unit housed in a MIL-STD-810F, rotomoulded case and has been designed for easy transport and minimal footprint occupation in a Disaster Relief vehicle. The NATO stock number of the housing means it can be incorporated quickly and easily into military logistical processes for transportation.
Duration of Light: 9-10 hours of light
Mobile Charging: 35 minutes of talktime; 7-8 hours of light
Light Output: 9-10 lux
Dimensions: 22cm x 22cm x 31 cm (100% Portable)
No. of LEDs: 30 regular LEDs or 20 high power SMD LEDs
Battery: NiMH Rechargeable (2 year life)
When space is tight and every ounce counts, the Nomad 13.5 packs the perfect power source. Charge your handheld devices directly through the USB port or charge Goal Zero's Battery packs for later use. Durable and weather resistant to withstand the harshest of climates.
Perfect for remote communities, mining and infrastructure and emergency housing, Pearls MiiHome Morphouse is a 90m2 flat packed house totally contained within its own structural enclosure.
Equivalent to a 40’ HiCube shipping container, it can readily be transported to remote sites by sea, road, rail or air.
Diamedica is pleased to start the New Year by offering two new products suitable for use in low-resource environments.
The Diamedica Sevoflurane Analgesia Inhaler is designed to provide a safe and effective method of self-administered inhaled analgesia, without the need for expensive cylinders of compressed gases. It offers a simple solution to the problem of offering inhaled analgesia to women in labour, shock and trauma patients, in areas where supplies of oxygen are limited or absent.
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International Medical Corps has conducted the first rapid, multi-sectoral humanitarian assessment in the town of Konna, Mali – where a rebel takeover triggered French military airstrikes that have caused massive civilian displacement throughout the country. International Medical Corps’ Emergency Team assessed Konna's health, nutrition, water supply, sanitation and hygiene services, along with other urgent needs.
Wednesday February 20 th 2013, IEC Telecom Group, a world leading provider of satellite based telecommunication services, launches a new company in Afghanistan.
A new company: SAFA Telecom AFG has recently been registered in Kabul, capital city of the
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. After in-depth evaluation the project has been established in partnership with EVOLVE, a dynamic Afghan Group that brings nationwide experience as well as specialized support staff to the new venture.
A year after SAFA Telecom Abu-Dhabi was launched, this new move illustrates the Group’s continuing strategy of extending its services as closely as possible to local end-users.
Customer care and support that have been lacking for so many years in Afghanistan will now be readily available in Kabul, and overtime will be progressively extended to the country’s major cities.
Hertfordshire-based Healthlogistics.co.uk has secured fresh funding from NatWest enabling it to continue to enhance its e-procurement system HL-hybris.
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- Disaster Update: Severe Storms in TN, MS
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- PHOTO: Arkansas Storms
- Disaster Alert: Winter Storm in Nebraska
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- Disaster Alert: Ice Storm in South Dakota
- DLA Piper and UNICEF announce ground-breaking new partnership for child justice
- Katy Perry teams up with UNICEF and visits children in Madagascar
- PHOTO: OKC Hay Fire