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Sep 29, 2015 7:34 EST

World Disaster Alliance: organized as a result of the internationally recognized need for a central repository of all information relating to disaster globally

iCrowdNewswire - Sep 29, 2015

World Disaster Alliance

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The World Disaster Alliance was organized as a result of the internationally recognized need for a central repository of all information relating to disaster globally. We responded and created the worlds first and only 24/7, 365 day per year Global Disaster Operations Center based on US military command, control, communications, computers and Intelligence protocols. We constantly search over 15,000 sources of information and analyze, validate and authenticate critical information and make it available to government, non-government and private users to assist in the most proactive response to disasters. We have developed core products that are technology based, and integrate other existing technologies and apply them to better response, relief, and mitigation of disasters.
We are the only organization in the world doing this–we know that is the case as we were verified in 2014 by an investment group in the UAE headed by Dr. Khater Massaad and Saudi royal family members who performed due diligence on our organization.

 

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Disaster Operations Center

The DOC is literally the world’s first and only command and control center dedicated to disaster monitoring, analysis and communications . . . 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Built upon U.S. military protocols and operations, the functions of the DOC are simply to continuously seek, obtain, authenticate and validate disaster information from every known reputable source. To successfully complete these actions the very best in information and communications technology is employed. We then use this information to help make timely life and property saving decisions using unique assessment and evaluation instrumentation. More than 10,000 international organizational media sources to continuously obtain the most reliable timely disaster information from media and monitoring centers (including 15,000+ websites).

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Jeffrey L Novak

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