'Providing first-line support and humanitarian aid to disaster-hit coastal communities.'
Here at IRG's office there are usually at least 3 or 4 of us at the end of the day, and we talk about that over a bite to eat. Every one of us thinks about trying to accelerate the launch of our first rescue vessel and put her to work saving lives and providing help for the unfortunates like those on Madagascar today, about 16 people were killed when a cyclone lashed Madagascar, rescue authorities said Wednesday. About 65 people were injured and about 11,000 people were left homeless after Cyclone Giovanna pummeled the country’s eastern seaboard, causing power failures in parts of the port city of Tamatave, rescue officials said. The death toll could rise, they said.