Speed is the key. This is especially so in the case of disaster relief but also in many NGO projects.
When speed is required, RSS can meet the challenge head on and when called upon, have a team in place in a matter of hours. This fast service is just the start of the process, but in disaster relief situations getting things organised quickly and efficiently can mean the difference between life and death.
A natural disaster can strike without warning and when it does, speed of action and speed of decision making are vital. RSS can dispatch a team to assess a situation and start making the necessary decisions immediately, plus our vast knowledge of working in remote and hostile environments mean we have the know how to get the job done and help save lives.
Emergency housing, communications, logistics, food, water, even help with evacuation; these are all factors in play in a disaster and all factors we can help with.
Many NGO projects have time constraints too. A typical NGO requirement may be a mass vaccination plan or other medical related project. Although the camp size could be small and short term, they may have to be up and running quickly and therefore it is very important that the remote facilities management can react as fast.
Many NGO’s also operate in very hostile environments and even active war zones. Keeping the supported infrastructure running for the volunteers and medical personnel on site is of course paramount and is a task we take very seriously.
RSS have supported many NGO projects in very diverse areas of the world and with every new project, comes a new set of challenges, all of which we take in our stride to make sure the NGO project team has one less thing to worry about.