Vizocom’s Satellite Solution provides International Medical Corps with Internet Connectivity to three offices in Chad
Nongovernment Organizations rely on dependable communication in their operational camps as well as between headquarters and remote sites. Continuous access to mission-critical information, remote management of camps, offices, and facilities, – as well as relief operations, field work surveys, and organizational human resources are all areas in which communication is vital.
International Medical Corps (IMC) is a global humanitarian non-profit organization established by volunteer doctors and nurses. The organization provides disaster relief, delivers health care to underserved regions, builds clinics, and trains local health care workers with the goal of creating self-reliant, self-sustaining medical services and infrastructure in places where that had previously been lacking.
The organization’s Chad effort has been present in the country for a number of years now. With the country still in the process of developing a reliable fibre infrastructure, IMC’s work has been out to help the people of Chad and opted to find a scalable and reliable wireless internet connectivity for their daily operations in the country.
Vizocom, as a leading provider of satellite internet services is proposing a very special offer that would fully fulfill all IMC’s expectations for this opportunity. For years, Vizocom has been providing VSAT services for NGOs in remote locations including but not limited to Iraq, Afghanistan, DR Congo, Kenya, South Sudan, Senegal, Sierra Leone and elsewhere.
The highlights of our solution in Chad include:
Vizocom provided all of IMC’s communications needs with our very reliable satellite solution. We consider this achievement as our share in supporting IMC and other notable NGOs fighting poverty and famine in Africa. In doing so, we tried to understand our clients’ needs and then set out to tailor our services to provide a solution that met IMC’s mission.
Vizocom’s solution for this project was the provision of C-band satellite services. The highlights of the solution and the VSAT link diagrams can be summarized as below:
International Medical Corps
Three sites in Chad