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TRAUMA REFERRAL SYSTEM COORDINATOR

ADEN, YEMEN 6.5.20 Job Description   ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW NYCMedics is a New York based global disaster relief and health organization, specializing in the deployment of highly trained and motivated clinical and global health staff and volunteers in the wake of natural disasters and complex emergencies.  Founded in 2006 in response to the devastating Southeast Asia Earthquake, NYCMedics has repeatedly and consistently been among the first to respond to large scale international disasters.   Since our Read more…

Yemen: First Groups of NYCM-Trained Medics Graduate

Since deploying to Aden (Yemen) in 2020, NYCMedics has been working to develop Yemen’s prehospital care system – a project that has proved timely and needed given the double challenge of Yemen’s state of emergency and the COVID-19 pandemic. Its first group of 6 paramedics  graduated in December 2020 and are working in the field. NYCM is proud to be the first organization to ever provide this type of support in Yemen which includes: developing Read more…

COUNTRY DIRECTOR

Aden, Yemen
The Country Director will be responsible for the overall coordination and strategic direction of NYCMedics project that oversees the entire patient referral process from presentation at front line medical facilities through to referral hospitals and interfacility transports. This position will provide leadership and supervisory management of NYCMedics Yemen office and operations, pursuing outcomes identified in the country strategy action plan to deliver high-quality, cost-effective programming results at high levels of accountability. The Country Director will be NYCMedics principal representative to the government, UN, donors, international and local NGOs and the media and is expected to respond effectively to a constantly changing environment with responsive and impactful  humanitarian programs implemented directly and with other stakeholders.

Gaza: NYCM trains 212 medics online

In 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) asked NYCMedics to deliver a prehospital care refresher training course to 200+ prehospital care providers in Gaza. The goal was to strengthen Gaza’s prehospital care system by standardizing the level of care in the prehospital environment and getting the paramedics up to speed on current best practices. Although NYCM’s group was unable to enter Gaza in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NYCM quickly developed an online Read more…

NYC Medics Begins Work in Yemen, Gaza

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, NYCMedics has begun implementation of its health systems development in Yemen. In another partnership with the WHO to help communities and governments in situations of ongoing crisis, NYCM has deployed to Aden to help set up a pre-hospital care system which is largely non-existent in Yemen. This includes establishing emergency operations center protocols for ambulance responses, and for transfer of care when patients arrive at the hospital. Although it has been Read more…

Quake-hit Kathmandu rises from the wreckage – in pictures

Five years after the Nepal earthquake many buildings still lie in ruins. But homeowners and conservationists are working to overcome bureaucratic hurdles to rebuild and preserve the area’s unique heritage, says resident photographer and journalist Pete Pattisson Pete Pattisson Mon 8 Jun 2020 05.30 EDTLast modified on Mon 8 Jun 2020 17.57 EDT As Nepal struggles to get to grips with Covid-19, the country has yet to recover from the 2015 earthquake, which killed almost 9,000 people Read more…

Louisiana: coastal residents evacuated as Tropical Storm Cristobal approaches

Cristobal first named storm expected to hit US this season Heavy rains could cause flash flooding in central Gulf coast Reuters Published onSat 6 Jun 2020 11.48 EDT Tropical Storm Cristobal moved through the US Gulf of Mexico on Saturday carrying strong winds and heavy rains that prompted the evacuation of a coastal Louisiana community and dozens of offshore oil platforms. The weather system is the first named storm expected to hit the US of Read more…

The Vanuatu island in the eye of the storm

Pentecost Island, devastated by Cyclone Harold in April, has been left a silent shadow of its former self. But its people endure by Dan McGarry Fri 5 Jun 2020 18.00 EDTLast modified on Fri 5 Jun 2020 18.02 EDT Touching down on the island of Pentecost in Vanuatu, it takes hours to notice the silence. After a while it hits you: there’s no birdsong, no insects buzzing and chittering. There is no wind in the trees. You Read more…

‘We have to give paradise a hand’: Dorian aid operation proves a huge logistical challenge

A highly complex aid operation is under way in the Bahamas in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, with an array of international non-goverment organisations rubbing shoulders and occasionally treading on each other’s toes. On Wednesday morning, when a vehicle drove up with medical supplies for an outpatient centre in Treasure Cay in the devastated Abaco Islands, a volunteer for Heart to Heart International politely advised: “We already have enough of everything – more than we Read more…