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WATCH: OAS Funded Training Strengthens Saint Lucia’s Disaster Management

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The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO] continues to empower local communities with the faculties needed to mount an efficient response to natural and manmade hazards.

With funding from the Organization of American States, NEMO conducted a five-day Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training programme for tourism industry stakeholders and community leaders based on the island’s west coast.

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SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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  1. Is NEMO snacking on stupidity? How can NEMO empower communities to mount effective responses to natural disasters when FLOW was allowed to replace an efficient system with an inefficient one. Landlines operated without electricity; now they don’t. Is this progress? Over to you NEMO.

  2. What does a company’s business development plan has to do with NEMO.
    How companies changes their hardware have to do with NEMO.
    Nemo is all about keeping St. Lucian safe.

  3. Like the people at NEMO, you seem to have double-dipped in the essence of stupidity. Before Flow upgraded the(ir) system it was possible to make telephone calls on the landline even if all the power lines were down. it was therefore possible to reach NEMO and alert them in the event of a disaster, even if there was no electricity. The upgrade, as you choose to call the new system, makes it impossible to reach our “disaster response agency” NEMO when power lines are down. In effect, Flow has substituted an efficient system for one that’s wholly inefficient. Remember too, cell phones cannot be charged without power. Use your brain.

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