MAJI KWA AFYA ("Water for Health") is an exciting collaboration between partners to bring safe drinking water to Tanzania.
Masters of Disasters team of professionals are trained to the highest industry standards and skilled with years of experience
More than two years after the 2015 earthquake, Scientology Volunteer Ministers continue to serve in communities throughout the Himalayan nation.
Power Temp Systems, Inc. have redesigned the I-Line panel and it's genius. The new design solves several issues I-Line panel users face daily and increases safety.
A ground-level view of Peru, recovering from catastrophic mudslides
This year's El Niño brought relentless rains to Peru's desert, creating havoc through flooding and mudslides.
Providing relief to those left stranded by the floods in Mocoa, Colombia
CallCenter Millennium E9-1-1 Version 3.4 now Certified with Unify's OpenScape Voice v9 SIP-Based Platform
Church of Scientology Harlem Community Center hosts World Civil Defense Day program to encourage local residents to be prepared for whatever happens, through Volunteer Ministers and EMT (emergency medical technician) training.
The Church of Scientology Seattle hosted a World Civil Defense Day open house on Volunteer Ministers disaster response.
Collaboration combines Maternova's global reach in obstetric and Philips solutions specifically designed for healthcare settings.
Berlin-based deep tech start-up AVA enables individuals, organizations, and societies to make the best-informed, safety-related decisions.
"New Hope Now," a non-profit organization offering assistance to Solano County's families and individuals, will have a pizza fundraising event, "Have a Heart," on February 27, 2017 at Papa Murphy's Pizza in the Walmart shopping center, Dixon, California.
SAFER One™: The Next Generation of Chemical Detection and Plume Modeling Software-as-a-Service
RapidSOS and Pulsiam announce partnership and plans to revolutionize the information call centers receive from smartphones and mobile devices.
The Community Civil Protection Volunteers of the Church of Scientology Torino—providing relief to the community for 17 years.