Sector 10 Inc., developer of emergency response systems, recently highlighted its Emergency Mobile Response Units (MRU)-Clinics’ role in various humanitarian and disaster relief platforms around the world. The portable MRU is equipped with an eye wash system, integrated computer system, satellite communications, storage and cabinets, and many other features needed to treat victims at disaster sites.

To ensure its products are efficiently and widely utilized, the company also recently announced that Hugh Neville Cholmondeley will join the company’s Business Advisory Board, and will serve as advisor for technical assistance and deployment of the company’s MRUs for humanitarian and relief operations.

“The addition of Mr. Cholmondeley underscores our commitment to the ensuring that our new Humanitarian Program, built on our MRU platform, will ensure that it meets with the highest level of success,” Pericles DeAvila, CEO of Sector 10 stated in the press release.

Former senior United Nations official, Cholmondeley currently holds a seat on the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership Certification and Accreditation Review Board, the humanitarian sector’s first international self-regulatory body.

Sector 10 chose Cholmondeley’s because of his previous experience in programming, project design, formulation, management and operations. Through his responsibilities at the UN, Cholmondeley is also seasoned in communications, development, disaster management, reforms, mergers, acquisitions and numerous other fields that might prove useful in humanitarian relief efforts.

“I look forward to being associated with your objectives for improved responses to current and future catastrophic events that result in humanitarian emergencies and untold suffering,” Cholmondeley told the company.

He added that the company is tackling issues that have been “the focus of my own work for many years in vulnerable countries and that my experience could contribute to the huge task of enhancing performance of the emergency response industry.”

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