CYCLONIC SEASON: First operation to support self-security on July 24


The Association Nationale des Compagnons Bâtisseurs and the Association Sandy Ground On The Move Insertion (SGOMI) are joining forces and expertise to offer vulnerable families in Sandy Ground support for cyclonic self-security.

After launching a campaign a month ago aimed at the population of Sandy Ground wishing to protect their homes in the event of a cyclonic phenomenon, the Compagnons Bâtisseurs (CB) and SGOMI criss-crossed the streets of the district to meet the inhabitants. who have made a request for cyclonic self-security support. The first day of intervention will be held on Monday July 24 from 7 a.m. to 15 p.m. Many application files have been submitted to the two associations since the launch of the campaign. These are now closed and around forty homestay interventions are scheduled until August 10, 2023, two days a week dedicated to this self-security support operation during the 2023 hurricane season, and this, within the two associative structures. To carry out this collaborative protection mission, SGOMI agents have been trained in the use of tools by the Compagnons Bâtisseurs. A self-protection support brigade made up of agents from the two associations will lead security days in the heart of the Sandy Ground district with the Bricobus des Compagnons Bâtisseurs.

The material is provided by the organizers, the drilling and installation will be done with the beneficiaries of the device. In the event of an approaching cyclonic phenomenon, the vulnerable families whose file has been accepted will be accompanied in the fixing of the boards by the agents. At the end of the hurricane season, the equipment will be recovered and stored until next year for another operation to self-secure housing. Congratulations to the two associations for this partnership in the service of the population of Saint-Martin. _VX

Info: Shaniqua Hunt (SGOMI manager) on 06 90 62 82 94  and Maé Bridier (director CB) on 06 90 18 91 31


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