Emergency Shelter


The humanitarian aid offering here is designed for ensuring of emergency accommodation for inhabitants (families) with possibility of immediate usage in case of need in order to alleviate a suffering of people and renovate basic living conditions after any emergency situations.
In the past many natural catastrophes occurred (an earthquake, a floods etc.) Or social conflicts (people migration etc.) when were destroyed or damaged accommodation facilities or such facilities weren’t be sufficient.

EMERGENCY_SHELTER-2The list of serious natural catastrophes in the past:
May 2006 – Indonesia – earthquake
October 2006 – Vietnam – tropical storm
March 2007 – Bolivia – floods
August 2007 – Peru – earthquake
May 2008 – China – earthquake
July 2008 – Ukraine, Moldavia, Romania – floods
September 2009 – Brazil – floods
October 2009 – Indonesia – earthquake
January 2010 – Haiti – earthquake
August 2010 – Pakistan – floods
July 2011 – Thailand – floods
October 2011 – Turkey – earthquake
December 2011 – Philippines – floods
to name a few.

A catastrophe can endanger up to thousand people lives but also a subsequent situation and securing of conditions for endangered persons affect physical and mental conditions (for example:it there cool getting, possibility of injuries etc. in case of non adequate shelter facility).

EMERGENCY_SHELTER_PURPOSES-03aThis prepared project of humanitarian aid which  includes very light, easy assembled but stable tent’s shelters which provide emergency and comfort accommodation for plenty of people.


The field camp for emergency shelter consists of accommodation block including 80 small family tents. These tents might be used also as humanitarian help release, storage spaces, treatment medical room, operation center etc.). The arrangement and setting up of individual tents is designed in order to create main and side corridors for people movement or vehicle access.

Tent camp for emergency shelter purposes offers an accommodation capacity 320 persons minimal. The needed area for setting up is cca. 4400 m2. This complex can be set up on any surface within 90 minutes. Due to a high variability, tents can be joined together in order to create larger spaces in case of need.



Family tent ESOH-18 – dimension 6 x 3 x 3 m (l x w x h) – into this tent can be placed 4 standard field beds. The tent consists of steel-aluminum construction as one part and is spread by scissor principle. Another tent’s components are – textile roof which is dragged over the construction, 4 textile walls joined to the roof and supporting rods by Velcro zipper.

The tent is equipped with windows (2 windows on each side – mosquito net and transparent roll up foil) and 1 door with zipper. Into the tent is kept sufficient space for personnel stuff including field beds for family of four. A stability of tent is ensured by anchoring ropes and pins.

For more details see: bioprotectionhub.com/tentsystem.htm