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DISASTER RECOVERY SPONSORS

One of the most unpredictable, and many times most devastating, things to happen to a country is a natural disaster. Regardless of a country’s economic or political standing, natural disasters can wreak havoc on a population causing an infinitely long recovery process.

Each scenario is different, but these situations often call for volunteers with a variety of backgrounds to help physically and emotionally rebuild affected communities. Regardless of the particular skill set and background you bring to the table, there’s a good chance you have something to offer in SPONSORING.

We need your business support financially to help us setup preparation centers and resources please contribute click on the contribute button to review offers.

We organize meals, food distribution, clothing and house hold goods give away for homeless victims of natural disasters throughout the Caribbean.

UCN Recovery Team is a group of professionals and volunteers that are committed to helping victims in disaster areas to save lives and bringing hope to many in need.

Critical Advance Preparation Needs

Housing recovery.

When disaster hits sometimes household and business are affected by the disaster, leaving homes in disarray and employees out of work.

Advance Creative, collaborative solutions.

Bringing together multiple areas and players will be important over the long haul.

As an example, projects that include sustained food, water, and housing options across each community with multiple players and resources.

We help secure building.

Our work with local organizations is of greatest importance to our success

What can you contribute?

You can donate generators, blankets, clothing,house hold products new or used, we will be warehousing all donated items in preparation for future disasters.

Donations are Tax deductible under The Prophetic Ministry.

Disaster History

  • A total of 14 named storms, seven hurricanes and three major hurricanes are expected this season.
  • This is slightly above the 30-year average of 12 named storms, six hurricanes and two major hurricanes.
  • The forecast was released Thursday by the Colorado State University Tropical Meteorology Project.
  • Hurricane Maria, the 15th tropical depression this season, is now battering the Caribbean, just two weeks after Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc in the region.

Among the Caribbean islands impacted by both deadly storms are Puerto Rico, St Kitts, Tortola and Barbuda.

In this region, disaster damages are frequently amplified by needlessly protracted and incomplete recoveries. In 2004, Hurricane Ivan rolled roughshod through the Caribbean with wind speeds of 160 mph. The region’s economy took more than three years to recover. Grenada’s surplus of US$17 million became a deficit of $54 million, thanks to decreased revenue and the outlays for rehabilitation and reconstruction.

Nor were the effects of a 7 magnitude earthquake that rocked Haiti in 2010 limited to killing some 150,000 people. United Nations peacekeepers sent in to help left the country grappling, to this day, with a fatal cholera outbreak.

 UCN Recovery Force provide advance planning to help disaster victims for communities that may be hardest hit by future natural disasters.

Donations are Tax deductible under The Prophetic Ministry.

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