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  • IT’S HURRICANE SEASON! PLEASE READ TIPS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION - IT’S HURRICANE SEASON! PLEASE READ TIPS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION
  • Hurricane Preparedness Tips for Businesses - Have you ever considered the catastrophic effects a hurricane may have on your business, your employees and your life? DEVELOP A WRITTEN PLAN Developing a written preparedness plan and training employees to implement it is critical. The following guidelines may assist you in the development of your plan. When you develop your written plan, make […]
  • Hurricane Preparedness Tips for Home - Hurricanes can be dangerous, listening to the hurricane warning messages as issued by St. Kitts Meteorological Services and NEMA can help you to reduce the chances of injury or major property damage. BEFORE * Know your Emergency Shelters Contact the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) or your District Manager for the location of your closest […]
  • NEMA PARTICIPATES IN DROUGHT RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP - NEMA Planning Officer, Mrs Oureika Lennon-Petty is representing the DM agency at a collaborative workshop, hosted by the Ministry of Environment at Manhattan Gardens, St. Kitts. At the opening of the Drought Risk Management Training Workshop, (June 5 – 7th, 2019), Minister with responsibility for Environment et al, Hon. Eugene Hamilton said that everyone should recall […]
  • NEMA forges partnership with Media Stakeholders - In keeping with the remit of the National Emergency Management Agency, which is to provide life-saving, education, awareness and alert messaging to residents, local media outlets were treated to a one-day consultation, courtesy NEMA and USAID/OFDA and facilitated by Val Henry of VHCommunications. The event was hosted at NEMA HQ on Wednesday 29th May, from […]
  • ILLINOIS AND COLORADO FACULTY/STUDENTS RETURN TO SKN FOR ONGOING NEMA/NDMD COLLABORATION - Faculty and students from the universities of Illinois, Chicago and Northern Colorado, have returned to St. Kitts and Nevis to conduct community resilience surveys and disaster management exercises, led by Drs. Gwyneth Milbrath and Audrey Snyder. The exercise forms part of an annual STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMME, which began some 11 years ago on the island […]
  • Service for a merciful season joined by NEMA - NEMA officials and District Volunteers were in attendance last night, Thursday, 29th May, at the National Prayer Service organised by St. Kitts Evangelical Association at the People’s Evangelistic Centre, Needsmust. The team was led by Deputy National Disaster Coordinator, Mrs. Claricia Langley-Stevens. “It was a pleasure for the agency (NEMA) and our volunteers to join […]
  • NEMA 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Preparedness Message -
  • Looking back from whence we came - IT’s ALWAYS GOOD TO LOOK BACK FROM WHENCE WE CAME…. Look who walked into NEMA TODAY! Goldwin O Caines, Former PRO at the Agency and my mentor. Blessings Mr. Caines…. Still going strong!.