Over the past three years, Mumbai firefighters have inspected only 6,142 buildings in Mumbai, issuing violation notices to 3,026. Of these, only 36 cases have been prosecuted under the Act. Fire Prevention and Personal Safety Measures Act 2006. While the low prosecution rate reflects on firefighters’ inability to make fireRead More →

While the international humanitarian system is more efficient than ever, poverty, climate change and other challenges make multitudes vulnerable to the devastating effects of war and natural disasters, according to the UN Humanitarian Coordination Office OCHA. Speaking at the seventh annual Global Humanitarian Policy Forum, organized by OCHA, Mohammed stressedRead More →

Fighting fires in Northern Ireland characteristics For most Americans, the notion of fighting fires in Northern Ireland conjures up a nightmarish view of network news: a group of people on a street in Belfast; a overturned car on fire; and a “pump” arriving, his two-tone European siren unable to protectRead More →