Rescue Global provides bespoke and comprehensive resilience, crisis management and response services for nation states, the private sector, government agencies, charities /
As part of our deep commitment to continuous professional development, we actively develop a network of Ambassadors and Advisors from a diverse range of sectors and backgrounds. The views of these and our partners and clients are incredibly valuable to us.
Our standards of governance, guided by our values, are unique in the humanitarian sector and are leading the way to establish a new benchmark of accountability. This brochure details our values and the governance systems we have put in place.
The new Rescue Global headquarters provide dynamic and collaborative,
Rescue Global CEO David Jones reflects on World Humanitarian Day 2015.
In November 2013, a Rescue Global Pathfinder Team and our Chief Executive Officer deployed to the Philippines in order to provide urgent reconnaissance and multi-agency command support in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Haiyan.
A Rescue Global Pathfinder Team deployed to India in September 2013 to perform disaster reconnaissance, mapping, analysis and liaison work relating to the widespread 2013 flooding in the Uttarakhand region, and historical damage from an earthquake which struck Sikkim State in 2011.
As part of our ongoing Disaster Risk Reduction and Response (DRR&R) work in the Philippines, Rescue Global deployed in December 2014 to work with and support the Philippines National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) in their response to Typhoon Hagupit.
In July 2015, a Rescue Global team of Pathfinders and Liaison Mentoring Officers (LMTs) deployed as part of our ongoing Disaster Risk Reduction and Response (DRR&R)
Rescue Global launched Operation Comprensión in October 2015 in response to Hurricane Patricia, deploying a Liaison, Mentoring and Training Officer (LMT) to assist and empower the lead Civil Protection Force
David Jones, our Chief Executive Officer, writes about Human Agent Collectives (HAC) and Rescue Global’s partnership with The Orchid Project in this issue of Crisis Response Journal.
David Jones, our Chief Executive, writes about Rescue Global’s participation in Exercise Angel Thunder, May 2014 in this issue of Crisis Response Journal.
Drawing on Rescue Global’s deployment in the Philippines after Super Typhoon Haiyan, and upon 30 years of operations analysis, David Jones reviews the command environment and the difficulties of producing intelligence in a complex emergency.
Working with our partners at the Orchid Project, we unpack the ways in which situational uncertainty is managed while a shared operational ‘picture’ is constituted through various practices around tabletop work.
Rescue Global’s airborne capability will allow our Pathfinder teams to access remote, isolated disaster-affected areas in order to perform reconnaissance and collect vital information that would not otherwise have been available.