Even before a disaster hits, MAP becomes a disaster response center. And much of the preparation necessary for a humanitarian response requires significant advance planning.
When we know a hurricane is forming, or receive news of an earthquake, or see refugees fleeing conflict, MAP springs into action.
This past week, MAP International hosted members from Rotary International District 6920 to pack MAP's signature Disaster Health Kits (DHK). These kits are readied for a disaster that has yet to happen. Why?
Because the first question we ask is always, “How can we best help those who may be affected?”