The North American Center for Emergency Communications Inc.
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P.O. Box 174
Aurora MN 55705

Phone: 218.305.4100

Disasters are on the increase
What We Do
"To reduce the loss of life, suffering, injury and stress following large scale disasters by providing the emergency communications consulting when needed to help coordinate, conduct and safely operate relief activities."
In fact, communications is so important when responding to large-scale disasters the United Nations puts it like this: "When disaster strikes, the immediate needs are obvious: food, water, shelter, and medical supplies. But none of these necessities will reach survivors without the largely invisible communication networks that must be set up quickly to enable relief workers to save lives."

We believe that education is the key to helping people pull them selves out of abject poverty. Like the old saying "Give a person a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish and he will eat for a lifetime!"
Our Distant Learning Program classes are made available on line and in several languages. They are made available without charge to individuals in third world and developing countries through Christian missionary organizations.

We believe that all individuals and organizations have a responsibility to actively participate in humanitarian efforts that will help to relive the suffering, disease and starvation of children, women and men around the globe. This we should all do when ever we are able.

This is why when we go to developing countries, like Haiti, to work on our Distant Learning Program we also do other helpful projects with drinking water, community, food agriculture, and electric power. We also use the small electrical projects we do in developing countries as hands on training for our electrical students.

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NACEC is a non-profit 501(c)(3), humanitarian and public service organization.