Disrupting disaster relief with a complete 360 degree response. Going above and beyond with real time emergency assistance to individuals and their families. Solving complex problems with innovative solutions and smart partnerships.

Second Phase: Gap Period

As part of GEM’s phase 2 disaster response, this program assists local contractors and tradesmen with tools, creates jobs, puts people back to work and helps rebuild communities.
Plastic Buy-Back
GEM has a partnership with BStrong and 4 Ocean to buy-back plastic from disaster struck areas. These programs give short term economic boosts to communities.

Phase Three: Sustainability

School Rebuilds
Our third phase, sustainable development, of disaster response includes the building and rebuilding of schools that were damaged by natural disasters. This helps communities return to normalcy.
Community Rebuilds
Our third phase of disaster response, coordinated with government and public-private partners, includes rebuilding permanent and durable housing while implementing livelihood programs.
Included in our sustainable development phase to disaster response is our education and tuition initiative which ensures children have a safe place to learn and a quality education.
As part of GEM’s long-term sustainable response, in coordination with public / private partners, we have a SPONSOR A CHILD initiative. Our goal is to create a self-sufficient and thriving community
GEM supports Empowerment & Wellness Programs by bringing in specialists in these fields to give hope to people after disasters.
As part of GEM’s long-term sustainable response, in partnership with India Hicks, we are distributing laptops to students.

Other Programs

Water Filtration
Drinking clean, filtered water protects the body from disease and leads to overall greater health and energy. Water filters reduce the risk of gastrointestinal disease by more than 80 percent.
Adopt A Fisherman
GEM Designed this program to empower the fishing community with the necessary tools to make a living, feed their communities and re-open the seafood export market to the US and abroad.
As part of GEM’s long-term sustainable response, in coordination with Sacred Amazonia, we are proud to make available the Sacred Amazonia initiative.