Mission 1: Disaster Management
It's a fact: Natural catastrophes are on the rise and getting more intense year after year.
Over the past 15 years the number of natural catastrophes has nearly doubled. Over the next few years a further increase is estimated. In 2015 over 1,000 natural catastrophes were counted including draughts, earthquakes, flooding, typhoons and hurricanes, cold waves and other catastrophes.
We transport up to 100 tons of coordinated emergency aid within 24 hours to any point in the world. No special request are needed and the aircraft is immediately available.
Mission 2: Mobile Hospital
425 million people have diabetes - tendency rising. Diabetes is the cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attacks, and much more, diseases which could be avoided.
Every 5 seconds someone's eyes go blind, 75% of all blindness could be avoided. Children who go blind, cannot go to school, will not find work, and the vicious circle continues. Allowing one child just see again takes 30 minutes and $100.-
With our mobile hospital we provide medical professionals with a fully independent solution regarding local situation and able to execute heart and other surgeries as well. This is just the first step of how we can change someones life. But there is a lot more work ahead in this sector.
Mission 3: Sustainable Humanitarian Aid
Up to 50% or in other words; nearly 4 billion humans have less than USD 2.- per day to survive.
2.1 billion people have no access to fresh and clean water. More than 1’000 children under the age of 5 die every day from water-related diseases.
More than 820 million people - 1 in 9 - still go to bed on an empty stomach each night and these figures are going up.