Current Weather

Relief & Aid

Recovery Info

Shelter Listing

Friday, June 23, 2017

Current News and Press Releases

Wednesday, August 19, 2015
NEMO Trains Shelter Managers
By NEMO Saint Lucia @ 11:44 AM :: 1067 Views :: Article Rating
Local capacity for managing emergency shelters in Saint Lucia has been enhanced following a training workshop for shelter managers held on August 17 and 18, 2015 at the conference room of the National Skills Development Centre (NSDC) in Vieux Fort.

Twenty-one persons from various District Disaster Committees and Religious Organizations benefitted from this two-day training workshop, which sought to provide designated shelters managers with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively perform required duties for the operational management of emergency shelters.
Read More..
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Saint Lucians Urged to be Alert!
By NEMO Saint Lucia @ 11:39 AM :: 1346 Views :: Article Rating
Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony, Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Affairs, Planning and Social Security, has called on citizens to be on the alert as a weather system approaches the Lesser Antilles.

Tropical Storm Danny is the fourth named weather system in the Atlantic Ocean for 2015. As of 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 18, 2015, the system was 1,595 miles east of Saint Lucia and the Windward Islands, moving at about 12 miles per hour.
Read More..
Friday, July 31, 2015
Flood Warning for Saint Lucia Discontinued
By NEMO Saint Lucia @ 5:47 AM :: 1947 Views :: Article Rating
The flood warning which was issued for Saint Lucia has been discontinued.  However, according to the 6 a.m. weather report issued by the Saint Lucia Meteorological Services, the island will continue to experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies with scattered showers this morning. However, a gradual decrease in clouds and shower activity is expected as the day progresses.
Read More..
Page 6 of 9First   Previous   1  2  3  4  5  [6]  7  8  9  Next   Last   

Welcome to NEMO

Saint Lucia is exposed to natural and man- made hazards, which increasingly have the potential to cause significant loss of life and property, as well as serious damage to the environment and the economy. At the same time, the national and regional interdependencies resulting from globalization increase Saint Lucia’s vulnerability to the impacts of events caused by natural and technological hazards both at home, and abroad. As globalization serves to create more economic opportunities in Saint Lucia and the region, key economic sectors, such as the tourism industry, could be severely disrupted, resulting in increased economic and social dislocation. [more]

Copyright 2017 by Saint Lucia NEMO | All Rights Reserved | Developed by Savvy Caribbean Marketing   |   Login