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STOP is an international humanitarian organization dedicated to fighting the traffic of human beings for use as involuntary sex workers. We do this in three ways:1) We promote education programs to raise awareness, and to help prevent victims from falling prey to traffickers in their countries of origin.

2) We gather information on trafficking routes and locations, and use it to encourage local and national authorities to intervene to rescue victims and detain traffickers.

3) We assist the victims of trafficking from the moment of their rescue by providing comprehensive psychological and social support services, and by helping them to reintegrate into society in their native countries.

STOP is registered as a charity in the United States, in France and in the United Kingdom. All donations to STOP are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Board of Directors, Chaired by Actor, Daniel Craig

Eric Noji Appointed to Relief International Advisory Board

 Relief International is a humanitarian non-profit agency that provides emergency relief, rehabilitation, development assistance, and program services to vulnerable communities worldwide. Relief International is solely dedicated to reducing human suffering and is non-political and non-sectarian in its mission. Relief International's mission is to:

    Serve the needs of the most vulnerable - particularly women and children, victims of natural disasters & civil conflicts, and the poor - with a specific focus on neglected groups and cases.

    Provide holistic, multi-sectoral, sustainable, and pro-poor programs that bridge emergency relief and long-term development at the grassroots level.

    Empower communities by building capacity and by maximizing local resources in both program design and implementation.

    Promote self-reliance, peaceful coexistence, and reintegration of marginalized communities.

    Protect lives from physical injury or death and/or psychological trauma where present.

    Uphold the highest professional norms in program delivery, including accountability to beneficiaries and donors alike.

Eric K. Noji nominated Director of Global Biodiversity Protection USA, Washington, D.C. Dr Eric K. Noji, the legendary humanitarian visionary, medical doctor, noted author and iconic figure in the disaster relief community has been appointed director of the Global Biodiversity Protection Office in Washington, D.C. He will be responsible for assisting the President of GBP and other senior staff to develop an overall vision, goals and objectives to protect and sustain "the remarkable diversity of life on this planet", especially as it relates to global health, sustainable economic development, and education. Eric will play a importent role in the success of the organisation, and it is a great privilege for GBP to serve as the instrument to extend his remarkable influence beyond all borders.

Iveta Seidlova
Global Biodiversity Protection

Dr Eric K. Noji, Senior Consultant, Humanitarian Health Action, World Health Organization

What is the role of WHO in crises?

The primary objective in an emergency, whether natural or man-made, is to reduce avoidable loss of life and the burden of disease and disability.

Every day, hundreds of millions of people face threats to health and livelihoods because local and national systems that support their health and lives are overwhelmed or too weak to withstand crises and extreme events.

WHO is committed to working better with Member States and other stakeholders so that suffering and death in crises are minimized and systems are protected and repaired. We want to help national authorities and communities to:

Prepare for crises by strengthening their overall capacity to manage all types of crises;

Mitigate against the effects of crises by taking measures to reduce the effects of disasters and crises on systems that support good public health;

Respond to crises by ensuring effective, efficient and timely action to address public health priorities so that lives are saved and suffering is reduced;

Recover from crises by ensuring that the local health system is back to functioning.

Natural and man-made disasters--earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions, industrial crises, and many others--have claimed more than 3 million lives during the past 20 years, adversely affected the lives of at least 800 million people, and caused more than 50 billion dollars in property damages. A major disaster occurs almost daily in some part of the world. Increasing population densities in flood plains, along vulnerable coastal areas, and near dangerous faults in the earth's crust, as well as the rapid industrialization of developing economies are factors likely to make the threat posed by natural disasters much bigger in the future. Illustrated with examples from recent research in the field, this book summarizes the most pertinent and useful information about the public health impact of natural and man-made disasters. It is divided into four sections dealing with general concerns, geophysical events, weather-related problems, and human-generated disasters. The author starts with a comprehensive discussion of the concepts and role of surveillance and epidemiology, highlighting general environmental health concerns, such as sanitation, water, shelter, and sewage. The other chapters, based on a variety of experiences and literature drawn from both developing and industrialized countries, cover discrete types of natural and technological hazards, addressing their history, origin, nature, observation, and control. Throughout the book the focus is on the level of epidemiologic knowledge on each aspect of natural and man-made disasters. Exposure-, disease-, and health-event surveillance are stressed because of the importance of objective data to disaster epidemiology. In addition, Noji pays particular attention to prevention and control measures, and provides practical recommendations in areas in which the public health practitioner needs more useful information. He advocates stronger epidemiologic awareness as the basis for better understanding and control of disasters. A comprehensive theoretical and practical treatment of the subject, The Public Health Consequences of Disasters is an invaluable tool for epidemiologists, disaster relief specialists, and physicians who treat disaster victims.
Eric Noji, Founding Partner, Aegis Health Security


Aegis Health Security is a global services firm trusted by many of the world's most influential businesses, institutions and governments for its expertise in building high-impact sustainable programs that strengthen health systems. Aegis advises health system players on health policy, total system design and transformation, financial sustainability, and leadership and governance. Our state, federal and international healthcare experience enables Aegis to support clients in delivering better care, improving quality of life and operationalizing transformative business models.


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Dr Eric Noji Appointed Director, Global Biodiversity Protection USA and Director, Washington, D.C. Office of GBP
Our goal:is to educate and coddle mankind into a better respect of biodiversity, through environmentally balanced and respectful actions demonstrating the importance of Man as a ‘Keeper of Nature’. Understanding the importance of acting as a Keeper of Nature will bring profits to mankind, to the future generations, and to the species of the natural world. Eventually, a balanced ecosystem will be a boon for universal well-being. We believe that mankind must learn to live in a healthy way, without abandoning the benefits of progress, as long as that does not trigger unwholesome disruptions in Nature’s general balance
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