The Pathfinders Task Force (PTF) was asked to present at the 9th Caribbean Conference on Comprehensive Disaster Management hosted by the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA).
PTF conducted an After Action Review for the response to (Cat. 4) Hurricane Joaquin which impacted several islands in the Bahamas. This review was conducted to establish Best Practices and Areas of Improvement for the myriad of public and private agencies that participated in the response.
To download the PTF Hurricane Joaquin After Action Report, please visit http://www.ewfrelief.org/casestudies
News Channel 5 WPTV ran another news story about the Eagles Wings Foundation response in the Bahamas following on Hurricane Joaquin. The story focuses on water purifiers as an more efficient supply to distribute.
West Palm CBS12 features the Eagles Wings Foundation Response (EWF) response to hurricane Joaquin. The story focuses on the use of the Virtual Badge mobile app to conduct damage assessments and coordinate supplies and flights.
The Palm Beach Daily News features the Eagles Wings Foundation (EWF) response to Hurricane Joaquin in the Bahamas. The story emphasizes the need for continued work and supplies in the affected areas.
The Palm Beach Post has featured the Eagles’ Wings Foundation response to Hurricane Joaquin in the Bahamas. The story focuses on the initial EWF response to affected Islands and profiles the responding EWF team and their leader, Scott Lewis.
The Palm Beach Civic Association has featured the Eagles’ Wings Foundation (EWF) response to Hurricane Joaquin in the Bahamas. The story focuses on the impact of EWF assessment teams as well as the coordination of emergency relief supply donations and distributions on affected Islands.
News Channel 5 (WPTV) in West Palm Beach features the Eagles’ Wings Foundation (EWF) response to Hurricane Joaquin in the Bahamas. This report focuses on the water purification efforts conducted by EWF and features Scott Lewis preparing for a return trip to the Bahamas.