The team continue to support the people of Nepal following this years major earthquakes so that in the future more lives can be saved. SARAID are working with a number of local Nepalese charities to implement a national disaster plan so that the local people will be better prepared to handle the first 24 hours following a disaster.
Steve Watkins is planning his second trip to Nepal to run further training and to see how the plan is shaping up. Click here to read about his previous visit.
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S.A.R.A.I.D is a British charity dedicated to trying to save the lives of innocent victims of disaster, as well as relieving human suffering around the world regardless of colour, creed, religion and political persuasion.
We specialise in Urban Search & Rescue regardless of location and have a team of dedicated, highly trained volunteers on standby 24/7, every single day of the year. Team members don't receive a penny from the organisation in the form of wages or expenses, all donations are used to support deployments.
S.A.R.A.I.D not only provide a response team once a disaster has happened but are also working with countries to provide advice and training on how to cope in the initial 24 hours of the disaster.
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