Afghanistan Rescues: Threats

Afghanistan Rescues: Threats

Numerous people were left stranded in Afghanistan, including many families, forced to encounter numerous dangers throughout these rescue missions. These threats included: 

a.    Trunking – a practice the Taliban have been observed doing with civilians throughout the area where people are forced into the trunks of cars and then taken away. 

b.     Snatches, 

c.     Taliban taking documents, 

d.     Destroying passports, 

e.     Assaults, 

f.      Kidnapping, 

g.     Harm to females traveling without male companions.

Through a live map that identified where families and drivers were located, Riskovery was able to account for all parties, helping them avoid the ever-present threats. Before drivers and those seeking evacuation were united, Riskovery sent out a notification to check that all parties were safe. These features made it possible for everyone to stay accounted for throughout the evacuation. Return tomorrow to learn how Riskovery’s technology was able to determine where those individuals evacuated were now safely located, as well as identify the locations of bus drivers that were supporting these missions that had disappeared

About Riskovery Solutions

Riskovery doesn’t wait until an incident occurs to look for a solution. Our Travel Risk Management Application proactively collects data through its proprietary application to ensure when an incident occurs, employees have the greatest chance of receiving the support they need to get home. As soon as an alert is received, Riskovery immediately begins to reestablish communication. Simultaneously, while communication is being re-established, the team analyzes data to determine where your team members are if they are safe and alternate methods for re-contacting. Team Riskovery takes proactive steps to provide essential support to stranded team members

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