Colonel N M Verma
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Saritsa Foundation Equalizes Opportunities for DRR to School Children and Community Groups at Goa in December 2013.

Posted on January 10, 2014 at 11:30 0 Comments

Saritsa Foundation in its continues endeavors towards imparting Life Saving Education to minimize losses of lives and property in disasters. 

Saritsa Foundation imparted knowledge and practical training with mock drills, as well as for preparing of search and rescue teams with needed equipment to about 1700 school teachers, school children groups (including a group of disabled children) of 70 schools…

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Sharing Saritsa Foundation With Humbleness - I Receiving Global Award - Karamveer Puraskar.

Posted on January 10, 2014 at 11:30 0 Comments

KARAMVEER PURUSH KAR (GLOBAL AWARD) TO COLONEL N M VERMA

 I have pleasure to share with you that in recognition of my humble contribution for Life Saving Education to people to protect lives and means of livelihood in disasters in past 14 years, I have been approved by the Jury of The International Confederation…

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Saritsa Foundation celebrated International Disaster Reduction Day from 1 to 13 October 2012

Posted on November 23, 2012 at 8:13 0 Comments

Saritsa Foundation celebrated International Disaster Reduction Day by organizing workshops for community groups at  International Day UDAIPUR, RAJASTHAN from 1 October to 13 October 2012. The focus of this year's for Disaster Reductions Celebration has been to sensitize equalization of opportunities to women and girls to  be resilient and identify the importance of safety culture. Saritsa Foundation advocates and practices People centered, People led and People owned Disaster risk reduction…

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"Safer Schools and Safer Children"

Posted on July 21, 2009 at 14:40 0 Comments

Dear Friends,



Give school children a chance to prepare for disasters and educate them. A country like India has millions of school children in rural and urban poor pockets who are vulnerable to disasters and impacts of climate change. They form the base of the pyramid of preparedness process, yet, there is little access of information, knowledge, thus capacity building. They do not have resources to make use of most valuable tools prepared by experts and practitioners of developed… Continue

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At 1:55 on July 23, 2009, Steven Proctor said…
Dear Colonel Verma:

First, welcome to our fledgling group of dynamic and varied teachers and managers worldwide.

I am a small population county inTaylor Co. Florida as an Emergency Manager and am willing to assist you in any way possible. My background is an approximate 14 year career (mainly in Osceola County, with multiple and varied disaster incidents and/or events from Presidential declarations to local disaster declarations. I have produced and brought to use many documents from a county-wide Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan to water safety for children in pools.

If any of your goals, needs or ideas fall within these items discussed, please feel free to email me here or at kg4jfk@yahoo.com.
I am also available at 1-850-672-0830 if you should wish to speak of these things.

Again, welcome to our group, and as always, stay safe out there.

Steven Proctor, FPEM
Taylor County BOCC
591 E US Hwy 27
Perry, Florida 32347
 
 
 

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