Saving Lives is Our Business

And we're extremely good at it

    Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project deploys immediate disaster response teams that identify and forecast the optimization of support resources the moment disaster strikes. Doing so ensures that our partners and affiliates can effectively and accurately deploy and focus on their mission at hand. HARP teams are highly-trained experts in early-stage disaster risk assessment, damage mitigation, asset procurement, and identifying distribution points and drop zones. We streamline supply and aid distribution, expedite the ability to house volunteers and aid workers, and ensure everyone in a disaster area can exchange communications and at an accelerated rate.
Aid delivery. Hurricane Matthew. Jabouin, Haiti 2016 - Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project
   HARP teams have extensive experience operating in the worst conditions known to man: active war zones, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, liquefaction zones, and wildfires. Our highly-trained teams are often fully operational well before local emergency resources come back online, thus shouldering the responsibilities of local emergency response until an area can support itself once again. HARP saves partners and affiliates thousands by allowing maximization of donor dollars towards what counts – supplying food, and water, rescue, aid, and direct patient care – instead of wasting time and money on initial travel assessments or by providing blind boots on the ground.
Brandon Duncan manages and secures food and aid delivery. Haiti 2016
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Members of HARP rescue & treat a child suffering from multiple lacerations after a deadly hurricane. Haiti 2016
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   Each HARP team member is trained in navigation, mapping, and disaster assessment. Our medical teams consist of licensed doctors, nurses, corpsmen, EMTs, and emergency medical specialists – all of which have extensive field experience both domestically and internationally. Our sub-fields include mountain rescue, urban search and rescue, small and large engine maintenance & repair, combat search and rescue, fuel sourcing, water sourcing, air-sea rescue, and communications. HARP facilitates and organizes each individual situation in order to ensure smooth and efficient collaboration is achieved by all parties involved. Our actions allow HARP teams and operations to be highly effective in searching for and providing aid to people in distress or imminent danger.
Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project is recognized by FEMA and BNPB
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