SOLUTIONS



GLOBAL SOLUTIONS

Noji Global Health and Security or NGH&S has launched a three front campaign to professionalize the health response to humanitarian emergencies. These are the "three pillars" of NGH&S. One "pillar" is bringing together top medical and public health talent with significant international humanitarian experience from all over the world to advise international humanitarian efforts and in so doing professionalize the industry. The second "pillar" is providing top notch medical intelligence or "ground truth" on developing diseases, and other public health concerns following disasters. This will be done with a private sector / "business like" focus performance, accountability, and quality control. Call this second pillar "professionalizing on the horizontal" - borrowing the best from industry. The third "pillar" is "capacity building": the education of a new generation of experts in public health emergency preparedness and response. Call this third pillar "professionalizing from the bottom up" - recruiting the newest talent. 


NGH&S provides clients with the opportunity to raise awareness and funds for a variety of humanitarian and other charitable programs while building relationships with extraordinary individuals from government and nongovernmental organizations, high impact nonprofits, academia, high-profile media and NGH&S provides clients with the opportunity to raise awareness and funds for a variety of humanitarian and other charitable programs while building relationships with extraordinary individuals from government and nongovernmental organizations, high impact nonprofits, academia, high-profile media and entertainment, philanthropic and corporate elite.

As the historian Josephus described the training of the Roman legions: "For they do not wait for the outbreak of war to practice with weapons nor do they sit idle in peace mobilizing themselves only in time of need. Instead, they seem to have been born with weapons in their hands; never do they take a break from training or wait for emergencies to arise…One would not be incorrect in saying that their maneuvers are like bloodless battles, and their battles bloody maneuvers."

Flavius Josephus, The Jewish War, book 3, chapter 5.