In support of the Refugee Emergency Telecommunications Sector (RETS) led by UNHCR in Niger, the Governement of Luxembourg deployed one emergency.lu kit in Diffa, supporting UNHCR and its partners.
After six years of response in South Sudan, the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) demobilised its services. Over the operation’s lifespan, the ETC provided services in 23 humanitarian sites, to over 5,000 humanitarians from more than 200 organisations.
Communication services offered by emergency.lu provide connectivity to humanitarian responders in Haiti following the category 4 hurricane hitting southwest Haiti on October 4th.
Disaster Response Kits providing critical connectivity for coordination center in Dominica and restoring connectivity for airport in Saint Martin
emergency.lu, is providing vital connectivity services following the disastrous earthquake in Nepal that damaged the country’s telecommunications infrastructure in the most severely affected region between Katmandu and Pokhara.