The conflict in Darfur has led to the looting and destruction of large numbers of UN offices, guesthouses and warehouses across the region, as well as the evacuation of international staff and the self-relocation of national staff. In just over four months, the conflict in neighbouring Sudan has forced a staggering number of people to cross into Chad in search of safety.
Requested by UNICEF, emergency.lu deployed a satellite terminal to Syria. The system has been installed by trained UNICEF personnel.
emergency.lu is providing internet connectivity to UNICEF and its partners in Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela.
At UNICEF’s request, one emergency.lu regular kit has been deployed in Pibor, South Sudan, providing connectivity to a UNICEF field office.
On 30 March 2016, UNICEF, working on containing a new case of EBOLA outbreak in the eastern part of Guinea, requested the support of emergency.lu.
From December 2012 until February 2015, one emergency.lu regular kit was deployed in Guasdualito, Venezuela. The system was providing internet connectivity to a UNHCR field office.
From November 2012 until April 2015, one emergency.lu regular kit was deployed in Dadeldhura, Nepal. The system was providing internet connectivity to a WFP field office.