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NEMO calls on all agencies to remain alert for signs of activity in the Caribbean

Posted: Friday, August 23, 2019. 3:12 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: The Office of the National Emergency Management is urging the public, government line ministries, NEMO national and district emergency committees, its partners, and the private sector to continue fine-tune their preparations for natural hazards.  

NEMO says that the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea are showing signs of activity; therefore, all are strongly advised to convene their emergency committee meetings and identify the logistics needed to make their plan work.

The public is advised to stock up on basic emergency food supplies, and water.  

NEMO reminds everyone to make an effort to strengthen their roof, windows, and doors if they have not done so.  

 If they have to evacuate when the country is threatened by a tropical cyclone they need to know in advance where they will shelter, and work out how they will get there.

 Discuss your emergency plan with your family.

 Plan to move early.

 Trim trees that are close to your home and power lines; contact BEL for assistance. 

 Fishers and farmers, ensure you have access to the media to listen to weather reports and advisories before venturing out to sea and your farm.

  Kids, remind your parents to focus on hurricane preparedness; protect life and property.

NEMO says that we must not wait until a storm threatens the country to focus on hurricane preparations. 

“Historically for Belize, we are heading into the most devastating period of the season.   This precautionary notice serves to ensure we remain as proactive as possible as a people and country.     We must stay alert and be prepared.  Hope and pray for the best, but plan for the worst,” NEMO notes.

When there is a storm or bad weather is forecasted, listen to the Met Service weather reports and NEMO Advisories.

  Do not listen to rumours on social media or elsewhere. 

 NEMO continues its preparations for national emergencies and disasters.

The NEMO Emergency Hotline is 936.

 NEMO’s Emergency Coordinators can be reached as follows, for:   

   Corozal,  Ronnie Hernandez at 614 7140; 

   Orange Walk,  Aragon at 615 2264;  or Mr. Leiva at 661 9167 

    Belize District, Alphius Gillett at 614 4735;   

    San Pedro,  Vanessa Parham at 614 5865;

    Belize City, Al Westby at 614 8604 or  Pollard at 6143244;

    Belmopan,  Clare Moody at 614 5705;  or  Eiley at 624 2365  

    Cayo, Al Westby at 6148604 or Johnny Ramclam at 614 5891;

    Stann Creek (Coastal- Dangriga including Mullins River to Independence),  Kevin Flores at 604 3632

    Stann Creek (Interior- Hummingbird and Southern highway communities), David Cruz at 614 8514; and

    Toledo,  Kenton Parham  at 614 2158 or Dennis Williams at 610 8199

This is a national preparedness message from the National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO. 


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