NRS Relief supplies emergency stock to aid agencies following Hurricane Matthew
Our Dubai-based subsidiary NRS Relief has started supplying emergency relief essentials to its clients in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful Caribbean storm in a decade. Among the 26,000 relief items being initially dispatched by NRS Relief are 20-litre water containers, high thermal blankets, tarpaulins and hygiene kits.
Hurricane Matthew has affected an estimated 1.3 million people in Haiti, displacing 60,000 people and leaving more than 750,000 in need of immediate assistance, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA).
We are here to assist
Our multinational and multilingual team is working around the clock to assist our leading NGO and UN clients, who are currently assessing the real needs on the ground. Our emergency response team covering the Americas are Mia Pagh, Kevin Peach and Veronica Rodriguez. They are personally receiving all enquiries and are giving immediate responses to all requests. Please contact our team for the current available stock list and product information.
Hurricane Matthew killed more than 800 people in Haiti before it headed northwards towards the southeastern United States early on 8 October. Rescue efforts were hit by the massive destruction, with trees felled, buildings destroyed and floodwaters cutting off remote areas. The United Nations warned that it could take days for the full impact of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti to emerge.
NRS Relief continues to monitor the situation and is ready to provide additional relief supplies and temporary shelters as orders come in from clients worldwide.