For organizations that do disaster preparedness and relief work, the days and weeks following major disasters are critical times. Use keywords like “Haiti” and “disaster” to make sure your listings are coming up in important searches. Email All allows you to send email communications to everyone who has ever referred to your opportunities.
The Syndication Tool lets you avoid duplicate data entry while keeping your own Web site updated with VolunteerMatch listings.
Document Manager lets you automatically attach important forms, waivers, or training materials to your emails to prospective referrals.
If you have active social networks, use the Social Media icons at the end of the listing process to easily send out links to your VolunteerMatch listings.
The list above is just the start of how nonprofits can use their VolunteerMatch account more effectively to engage disaster and emergency volunteers.
I want to know if a person that has no experience on nursing can assist to help the nurses and doctors like providing their tools and materials for work. I am a Pharmacy technician and would love to volunteer in Haiti over the summer if that possision would be of assistance. Seeking mission-minded providers in multiple medical, infrastructure, logistics and technology specialties for immediate and future deployments. At this time, only volunteers with a specialized professional background need apply; other opportunities may open up in the future.
Presently i am experienced internationally and regionally in security administration and emergency management and emergency response.
I am a semi-retired surgeon and want to volunteer my medical services for the Haitian people. I have care for the elder as a STNA, HHA, not working at the present time and I would be honored to help in anyway possible with Haiti disaster, please contact me if there is anything that I can do..
I am 54 and a semi-retired general and vascular surgeon with trauma and emergency medicine experience.
Hi, I am seeking employment with any disaster relief organization currently involved with aiding the Haiti people. East Tennessee State University is continually preparing for the possibility of disaster on campus. All students, faculty, staff should familiarize themselves with the university's general emergency procedures.
Register for approved East Tennessee State University emergency communications and other important information via text message and email, hosted by Rave Mobile Safety. Hotel Saada in Agadir, Morocco, before and after an earthquake devastated the city in 1960. We have no control over the future and there are very few ways to ascertain what will happen, so the best thing to do is to be ready for whatever comes our way. If you are lucky enough to have gotten warnings prior to any natural disaster, take the necessary precautions. Often the ones that first fall prey to disasters of the wet kind, your documents are some of the most important things you’ll need to keep safe.

There’s not much we can do when Mother Nature decides to unleash her wrath but there are ways to help minimize the damage and save lives.
Ray Willis is a blogger that shares the latest information on emergency preparedness supplies.
As the crisis in Haiti shows, the need for independent sector organizations to work with affected governments to save lives, care for the sick, house the homeless, and help lead the long haul toward recovery is massive.
If your focus is one local emergency response and recovery, you can use Haiti (or any international disaster) to remind prospective trainees that getting preparedness training in areas like trauma treatment, rescue, coordinated response, and many other important skills are important for helping out in our own backyards.
Even if referrals never became official volunteers, during an emergency you may want to activate those folks as a network for getting things done. If a referral requires specific skills, ability, or experience, you can ask those questions up front. I have no skill and I want to show humaniterian feeling that I have for the people of Haiti.
While I don’t yet have my certification in human phlebotomy, I have many years of experience in venipuncture as a veterinary technician and wildlife biologist.
I have volunteered at Hospice, daycares and I work in Real Estate and construction for 9 years. Also open our home some of the orphans (children) from Haiti until a permanent home can be setup for them. As an ETSU student, faculty member, or staff member, personal preparedness is necessary at the individual level. They are posted in all ETSU buildings. These procedures give students, faculty, and staff specific information about what to do in the event of fire, severe weather, power outages, and hazardous material releases. 29, 1960, the second night of Ramadan, the resort town of Agadir, Morocco, experienced two moderate earthquakes that leveled the city and killed at least 15,000 people, about a third of the city's population. Researchers at the University of Arkansas are studying how survivors and current residents perceive earthquake preparedness and risk. We often see stories about people rebuilding their homes and lives after a disaster, emphasizing just how important it is to plan ahead before one strikes.
Disasters tend to rob whole communities of power and other utilities so make sure you and your family have a fighting chance by stocking up on what they’ll need, such as food and water.
Turn your power off, seal the windows if needed, move household items to higher ground if in danger of floods, and do what you must to keep you and your family safe. Passports, social security cards and the like should be placed in a waterproof and fireproof place. With a bit of planning and advanced preparation, you stand a better chance of getting back on your two feet after the worst has happened. If you work with one of the hundreds of other emergency response and recovery organizations in our network, there is no better time to demonstrate the importance of getting involved than right now.
Once it’s in place on your Web site, your VolunteerMatch listings will automatically show there.
I will be bole that everyday I am on my need in prayer with God for the rest of the people that survived from the disaster. I don’t have an organization to sign up with to volunteer with in Haiti, but am called to do so somehow.

The posting also provides specific procedures to follow for building evacuation and response to the GoldAlert emergency notification system. Disasters are, to put it succinctly, sudden events that interrupt daily life, causing destruction that exceeds the community’s resources for coping. A lot of animals perish during disasters because their owners forgot to plan for them or forget about them in their panic. Don’t forget to come up with alternate routes should your other choices be rendered useless.
Another thing that should be done to ensure their safety is to keep digital copies in a hard drive that you will keep safe.
My advice to the survival is they accept God and notice that its God that had saved them and they are not better than the others that died. Being handy is very useful after these events but to use your handiness, you’ll have to be one of the survivors. At least 35,000 people were left homeless, with people living on the beach for lack of shelter.Today, 46 years later, Agadir has rebuilt and experienced explosive growth, with a population of more than 680,000 people. Here are some tips to ensure that you’ll be among the ones standing and thriving after a disaster. Along this note, make sure you’ve listed the kinds of disasters that could befall your family. The town is a prime tourist destination with 21,000 hotel beds, an international airport and premium beachfront resorts " all built on the faults that shifted in the 1960 earthquake.Paradise began his study because he had noticed in his work as a geomorphologist and architectural conservator that many countries failed to enforce building standards, even when they had them. Some plans of action cannot be used for particular disasters and you should know what to do for each one. He found that when he made suggestions for reinforcement of structures in his role as a consultant, people often responded to him with an Arabic phrase that means, roughly, "God is the answer" " "Allahu 'alem." "It was a different sort of attitude," Paradise said. Using a combination of Arabic, Italian, English, French and Berber, they conducted extensive interviews that often lasted for hours and brought strong emotions to the forefront. Some of the people they encountered had lost every living blood relative they had in the earthquake.
Survivors suggested that others may have died because they were munafiq, hypocrites, and said they believed the Muslim tenets but did not follow these teachings.
The survivors cited not following the pillars of Islam, eating pork and drinking liquor as examples. They tended to roll their eyes and sigh when older relatives brought up the perils of the historic earthquake.Paradise is a professor of geosciences in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and the coordinator of its new Historic Preservation Program beginning this fall.

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