The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, has advocated the enactment of an enabling law that will make insurance compulsory for Nigerian traders and anyone doing business in the nation’s markets. Such legislation if put in place the agency said, would go a long way in lessening the huge financial burden being faced by the agency in rehabilitating fire disaster victims in the South- East region, and Nigeria in general. Out going South-East Zonal Coordinator of NEMA, Major James Eze, made the suggestion  in Enugu, while reviewing activities of the agency in the zone in 2015, as well as its proposed programmes for 2016. Eze, insisted that the insurance issue should be taken seriously against the backdrop of incessant fire outbreaks in states of South-East zone over the years, which had thrown victims into serious economic hardship. He said South-East zone which comprises Enugu, Ebonyi, and Anambra states, had its own share of natural and human instigated disasters during the year under review, even as he urged state governments in the zone to strengthen their respective State Emergency Management Agency’s SEMAs for optimal performance. He added that NEMA also embarked on relief interventions in thirteen communities in Anambra State, while  Enugu and Ebonyi communities received seven each. The mission of the Naperville Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) is to prepare for, protect against, respond to and recover from natural and manmade incidents and events up to and including major disasters.
National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and Mongolian Armed Forces (MAF) representatives discuss disaster response with Instructors from CFE-DMHA and U.S. Activities from the first day included NEMA presentations about the revisions to the Mongolian laws and standard operating procedures for disaster response and presentations on analyses from previous disaster preparedness assessment activities. World Vision's Mongolia personnel also attended the SLS and expressed interest in resolving coordination gaps between the Government of Mongolia organizations and the civilian and nongovernment organizations bodies in crisis response. Thirteen people, including two kids, have been confirmed dead in the late Tuesday canoe mishap that occurred in Festac Town area of Lagos State. Six other people were, on Wednesday, rescued by a combined team of officials of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), the Marine Police, the National Inland Waterways, Police Disaster Unit and Nigerian Navy Air wing, the spokesperson of  NEMA , Ibrahim Farinloye, confirmed. There have been uncertainties on the number of the occupants of the canoes that capsized while trying to move people from one side of Festac to another side. As of Wednesday afternoon, efforts were still on to see if the bodies of  other occupants of the canoe could be  recovered, as local divers were contacted. Meanwhile, officials who took part in the rescue and recovery exercise attributed the mishap to overloading of the canoe by the operator, who reportedly lost his life in the incident.

The canoe was said to have capsized at about two metres away from its take-off point at 41, Road Junction, Festac Town. The NEMA spokesperson soberly disclosed that two bodies of young children were part of the bodies recovered by rescue operators at the scene.
He also added that local divers had been contacted to help search if the bodies of the five missing people could be recovered.
The canoe, which ordinarily should not have taken more than 10 people, was said to have about 22 people on board. NEMA (National Emergency Management Agency Inc) is an International resource institution for the advancement of emergency and disaster management systems, policies and programs. NEMA's Vision is to be the leading international resource institution for the advancement of emergency and Disaster Management Systems, Policies and Programs.
Our goal is to help reduce the risks of Disasters, Provide disaster warning systems and preparedness capabilities to communities and national governments, Train and build capacity for the management of disasters for country-specific emergency managers, Cultivate NEMA partnership with national governments for purposes of saving lives in emergency prone locations. Support resource mobilization from the international donor community for countries that may need such assistance.
NEMA advices, trains and provides disaster warning systems and preparedness capabilities to communities and national governments. NEMA has dedicated experts working to support national agencies and works directly with their first responders to build, sustain, and improve the country capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all disasters.
NEMA-USA is an international organization made up of Disaster Management experts who’s sole focus is to support National Governments, agencies, and first responders in the implementation, management and execution of national emergency preparedness programs and training. The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) says it will soon include disaster risk management in the curriculum of primary and secondary schools to ensure early contact with the issues involved.
Malam Umar Shittu, the state’s coordinator of the agency, disclosed this in a speech he delivered at a seminar organised by NEMA in Bauchi on Thursday. He said that the policy was necessary to enable the youth play a vital role in managing disasters and in handling of solid and liquid waste.

The NEMA official said that more care had to be taken because it had been predicted that in 2015, the North East and North Central would be affected by flood as water would be released from the Cameroon’s Lagdo dam.
In her contribution, the Head of Administration, Gombe office of the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Mrs Thereza Omaga, suggested that community health workers should be re-assigned the role of house-to-house inspection of sanitation and proper drainage maintenance. Omaga urged the State and Local Governments, religious and traditional leaders to join in the campaign to foster environmental sanitation.
NEMA will provide support and education to the citizens, city government and the private sector within the City of Naperville.
Pacific Command held a Civil-Military Emergency Preparedness Senior Leader Seminar (SLS) Workshop in Ulaanbaatar.
We desire to ensure that federal, state and local government work together to build, sustain, and improve their capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all both man made and natural disasters. National Emergency Management Agency-USA (NEMA-USA) was established in 2002 and became the operational and training arm of one of the United State’s largest and oldest disaster response firm.Also check out Surveillance and Monitoring for other business ventures. In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. Sixteen leaders from eight organizations and agencies of the Government of Mongolia attended the SLS workshop, including representatives from the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and Mongolian Armed Forces (MAF). External links to other Internet sites should not be construed as an endorsement of the views or privacy policies contained therein. NEMA-USA can train, manage, oversee, and is resource ready to work with state, tribal and local officials, the private sector, NGOs and the general public.

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