Mission du GEM 2001


Phase 1 :

Aide aux victimes de catastrophes

Le 12 septembre 2001, le fondateur de GEM, Michael Capponi, et le maire de Miami Beach, Neisen Kasdin, ont organisé une action d'un mois dans toute la ville, au cours de laquelle les entreprises locales ont fait don d'une partie de leurs recettes à la Croix-Rouge américaine. 

Ces dons sont allés à l'aide immédiate des victimes touchées par les événements du 11 septembre.

Missions récentes

Tremblements de terre
On November 16th, the GEM Europe team arrived in Iceland to support evacuees, and in anticipation for future volcanic activity. Since late October, Iceland has recorded over 20,000 earthquakes, with as many as 800 in a single day.
Tremblements de terre
In response to the Herat earthquake, and the string of smaller quakes since, the GEM MENA team deployed to Afghanistan to provide humanitarian aid to those affected.
Over 100,000 refugees have fled from the recent conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, travelling for days in cold temperatures with just the bare minimum they were able to take with them. GEM has deployed to Armenia to distribute humanitarian aid to these individuals, during this crisis.
GEM MENA loaded a military ship in Izmir, Turkey with vital supplies for those affected by the recent flooding
The GEM team is currently on the ground, having responded immediately during the storm. We are prepositioning trucks of aid and will be distributing critical, large-scale supplies to Hurricane Idalia’s most affected zones in the Florida area.