Enabling personnel to perform peacekeeping procedures from secure locations, no matter how hostile the environment, and protecting those displaced by conflict should be paramount during humanitarian operations.
With the increased nature of global conflict and increased use of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), and security threats, the safety and the security of humanitarian aid workers should be a priority, enabling personnel to perform peacekeeping operations from secure locations, as they serve in increasingly dangerous environments.
Medical personnel and facilities, equipment and temporary headquarters also require temporary shelter solutions, affording protection from numerous threats, yet remaining functional and appropriate for their designed purpose, such as a temporary field hospital.
The World Food Programme operates in some of the most remote and hostile parts of the world. Even though their mission is to provide aid to the local community they are also often a high-risk target for kidnap and ransom. Certain locations require safe rooms to where they can retreat, until the imminent threat withdraws or the local security forces can assist.More
In Dadaab, along the Somali border, a UNHCR base serves refugee camps around the towns of Hagadera, Ifo and Dagahaley. The camp covers a total area of 50 square km and estimated to house approximately 500,000 people. A suitable perimeter wall was required to protect key facilities and work personnel, located within the camp.More
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