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About the Global Risk Mitigation Foundation.
GRMF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on the development of holistic, comprehensive risk assessments and solutions. GRMF enables project and organizational performance enhancement through complexity aware monitoring for private sector, government entities, and NGOs. GRMF offers internal organization assessments, risk identification, development of solutions to minimize risks, development evaluation, and ongoing compliance using its unique comprehensive interlocking risk assessment protocol.
Highlighted Global Risk Mitigation Foundation Projects.
GRMF is participating in a multiphase project designed to provide aid to the wartorn city of Marawi, on the Philippine island of Mindanao. Initial components of the project focus on the immediate needs of healthcare and risk assessments to prepare for urban reconstruction. GRMF is contributing to Philippine Red Cross efforts and collaborating with Tacha Fund for Children.
The Global Risk Mitigation Foundation is pleased to be working on the reconstruction of the wartorn city of Marawi, on the Philippine island of Mindanao and has commenced fundraising for this work.
Fundraising for this initiative can be accessed here.
Further information on the project may be found at the following page:
Film and Video Development
The Global Risk Mitigation Foundation is collaborating with Genesis Films to develop audio-visual assets such as video and film as an integral part of a holistic communications solution for selected GRM projects. These assets will support risk identification and stakeholder engagement/collaboration. Further information may be found at the following page:
Rural Infrastructure & Agricultural Risk Management
A key interest of the Global Risk Mitigation Foundation is the support of rural infrastructure development and research on agricultural risk management. Among the Foundation's projects is the assessment of agriculture related risks, including the presence of soil contaminants and dioxins such as Agent Orange. Information about the Foundation's agricultural projects may be found at the following pages:
Our Most Unusual Asset — Our Experts
Our greatest asset is our unique
multi-disciplinary team of well over 150 advisors, experts, and consultants located all over the world.
This extraordinary team allows us to harness and focus the necessary expertise for any given project, assessment or assignment.
You can view a portion of this team here.