Third HWFRS fire engine delivered to Poland to support Ukraine firefighters

An HWFRS team has recently returned from Poland following their safe delivery of a third fire engine to support the Ukraine fire service. This follows a continuing request from the Home Office and National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) for UK…

Cleveland fire engines join fourth convoy of UK aid for Ukraine
Two fire engines and various equipment from Cleveland Fire Authority have left this morning (5 October) to join a fourth convoy of UK aid travelling to Ukraine. Cleveland Fire Brigade will be part of the fourth convoy, organised by the…
Effective donations transform into sales – a Global South practitioner’s story
Written by GESA (Global Emergency Services Action) As Head Technical Coordinator and a Volunteer Firefighter with the Guayaquil Fire Department, Jesse Hunter is responsible for a wide variety of activities. Hunter started his career as a volunteer firefighter 17 years…
Donations – An Essential Guide, Part 2
By Chris Gannon, writing for GESA (Global Emergency Services Action) To catch up on Part 1 of this article, which introduces the complexity of Emergency Services donations and outlines the various donor types and their circumstances, please follow this link:…
Donations – An Essential Guide, Part 1
By Chris Gannon, writing for GESA (Global Emergency Services Action) Firefighters around the world may share a common commitment, but it doesn’t mean they all have the resources they need to get the job done. As a result, Emergency Services…

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