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NEMA GRATEFUL FOR DONATION FROM CFYR

Deputy National Disaster Coordinator (DNDC), Mrs. Claricia Langley-Stevens, is joined by NEMA IT Technician, Lejon Lorenzo James, in receipt of a Satellite Phone which was donated by Community, Family and Youth Resilience (CFYR) Program in August, 2020. The donation, valued at US$1035.00, was made by CFYR Senior...

NEMA CONTINUES TO MONITOR THE ATLANTIC, ALONG WITH ST. KITTS MET SERVICES

NEMA CONTINUES TO MONITOR THE ATLANTIC, ALONG WITH ST. KITTS MET SERVICES showers and thunderstorms have become better organized in association with a low pressure system located about midway between the west coast of Africa and the Lesser Antilles. Environmental conditions are expected to be conducive to...

CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. Claricia Langley-Stevens

CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. Claricia Langley-Stevens, Deputy National Disaster Coordinator, on her attainment of the highest Award in the category of Disaster Management, in celebration of International Women's Day 2020. The event was hosted by the Ministry of Community Development, Gender Affairs and Social Services and held at the Cecil...

NEMA continues to support the efforts of the Ministry of Health

NEMA continues to support the efforts of the Ministry of Health, led by Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Hazel Laws, to educate and update communities on the outbreak of the nCOVID19 virus throughout the world. NDC Abdias Samuel and Deputy Coordinator Claricia Langley-Stevens, have been arranging presentations and meetings with segments...

NEMA PARTNERS WITH STAKEHOLDERS TO EVALUATE FIRE DRILL AT BHS

"Comprehensive Disaster Management Plans are only as effective as the paper they are written on", according to Deputy National Disaster Coordinator (DNDC), Claricia Langley-Stevens, "unless they are tested and test results, evaluated," she said. Mrs. Langley-Stevens commented following an evacuation drill at Basseterre High School in collaboration with Fire and...

NEMA FACILITATES JAPAN GRANT AID PROJECTTO THE BENEFIT OF STAKEHOLDERS

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) is the primary beneficiary of some equipment and materials, resulting from a Japan Grant Aid that was earmarked for Economic and Social Development here in St. Kitts-Nevis. The initiative began in 2015 and was successfully finalised in January...

HOUSING AND SHELTER COMMITTEE RECEIVES TRAINING

Sheltering persons affected by disaster is a responsibility of the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis and is facilitated by the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA. Shelters are located throughout the islands and are selected, via a number of procedures, by the Housing and Shelter Sub-Committee which...