Disaster Response (NFIs)

Disaster Response (NFIs)

Frequently, disaster relief extends beyond the immediate response to a calamity. Providing on-the-spot shelter and food, restoring normalcy, and undertaking rehabilitation are tasks that are equally challenging and demanding. The diverse and extensive needs and requirements that may arise add complexity to the relief efforts Our endeavor is to provide everything necessary for a semblance of normalcy in the lives of communities affected by calamities. This encompasses a wide range of disaster relief supplies and rehabilitation items, spanning from shelter materials to general household goods, health and hygiene supplies, educational and sports materials, textiles, construction materials, and a variety of other essential items Include NFIs somewhere in the text



The high-quality HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) tarpaulin designed for humanitarian aid is crafted to adhere to the specifications set by various organizations, including UNHCR, UNICEF, ICRC, IFRC, and MSF. These standards typically offer flexibility in terms of supply, allowing for the provision of tarpaulins in the form of sheets (available in different sizes) or rolls. Additionally, customization options, such as incorporating bands and eyelets, can be easily accommodated to suit specific needs. Moreover, the tarpaulins can be customized further to include branding and other printing elements as required. This adaptability ensures that the tarpaulin meets the unique demands of humanitarian operations and aligns with the specific guidelines and preferences of different organizations involved in relief efforts.


Sleeping mats are, quick and affordable items useful in various situations. The mats are made of 100% synthetic yarns in a tightly woven 2/2 twill structure using a monofilament warp and flat tape weft. All the edges are secured either with a woven, bias- binding tape or with zig-zag type stitches through the fabric of the mat. NOTE: We provide mats in standardised UNHCR/ Red Cross specifications; however these can be customised as per the requirement


The available blankets come in two materials, providing options for different climatic and disaster situations. The two materials offered are: 1. Woollen: Ideal for situations where warmth is crucial, woollen blankets are well-suited for colder climates and conditions. They provide insulation and help retain body heat, making them effective in colder weather or during winter. 2. Fleece: Suited for a range of climates, fleece blankets offer versatility and comfort. They provide warmth without being overly heavy, making them suitable for various weather conditions and disaster scenarios. By offering blankets in both woollen and fleece materials, the selection caters to the diverse needs and environmental conditions encountered in humanitarian aid efforts.


Shelter kits, developed by various organizations, play a crucial role in providing essential tools and materials to assist in constructing basic household shelters or facilitating the rapid repair of damaged houses. These kits adhere to specifications set by organizations such as UNHCR and the Red Cross, but they can be customized based on specific requirements. The items included in the shelter kit are versatile and can be combined with existing materials like tarpaulin, timber, bamboo, and metal roof sheets to construct temporary shelters. They are also instrumental in repairing damaged houses. In addition to shelter construction and repair, these tools can be used for various other purposes, such as digging drainage ditches, building latrines, or preparing the ground to support livelihood activities. The comprehensive nature of these shelter kits makes them invaluable in addressing immediate housing needs and contributing to the overall recovery and resilience of communities affected by disasters or crises.
Components of Red Cross specification for Shelter Tool Kit are as per below: 1 x Rope, Polypropylene, Black, 12 mm x 30 m 1 x Rope, Polypropylene, Black, 3 mm x 30 m 1 x Handsaw 0.5 kg Nail 1 x Shovel, With Y Handle 1 x Hoe, With Long Handle 1 x Machete 1 x Shears 0.5 kg Large Iron Nail 0.5 kg Small Iron Nail 1x Tie Wire, Galvanized, 1.5 mm x 25 m, Roll 1x Claw Hammer Curved Needle Polyethylene Bag PACKING: All items packed in a plastic bag, there after placed in carton. NOTE: The above set can be provided in different grades and packing as per requirement.


We offer a range of tents meeting various international standards and models. The single-family ridge tent is particularly designed for economic and efficient use in the aftermath of disasters or emergencies. Here are the key features of this tent: Size: The tent has dimensions of 4 by 4 meters, providing accommodation for a small to medium-sized family. Material: The fabric is made of 450 gsm (grams per square meter), 100% cotton, water, and rot-proof canvas. Alternatively, a double-fold option may be available. Structure: The tent features steel poles, providing stability and durability. The center height is 2 meters, and the wall height is 0.8 meters. Weight: Each tent weighs approximately 40 kg, making it relatively easy to transport and set up. Accessories: The tent comes bundled with all necessary accessories, including steel pegs, poles, and a hammer. Optional Ground Sheet: An HDPE tarpaulin ground sheet is available as an optional accessory. This tent design seems well-suited for quick deployment in emergency situations, offering both practicality and durability to meet the immediate shelter needs of affected families.


The provision for daily cooking and serving needs is addressed through our standardized sets of kitchenware. There are two readily available standard sets: UNHCR Type: This set conforms to the specifications outlined by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). It is designed to meet the cooking and serving requirements of individuals or families in humanitarian situations. IFRC/ICRC Type A: This set aligns with the standards set by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) or the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). It is tailored to provide essential kitchenware for use in emergency and relief efforts. These standardized sets are carefully designed to ensure that individuals or families affected by emergencies or crises have access to the necessary tools for cooking and serving their daily meals. The specific items included in each set may vary but are typically selected to meet the basic cooking and dining needs of those in temporary or emergency living situations.


Solar solutions contribute to the resilience and self-reliance of affected populations by providing access to clean energy, reducing environmental impact, and improving overall living conditions during humanitarian crises. At SKLD Relief, we strive to provide solar home systems for displaced families, offering a clean and renewable source of electricity for lighting, charging small electronic devices, and powering basic appliances. Our solutions encompass the following: Solar Torch Solar Lamps Solar Chargers Solar Panels
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