Nothing happens without fuel.
FRF locates the closest source of fuel to the disaster. This is more cost effective and enables us to deliver fuel relief to people in need more rapidly. According to the CEO: "When we first arrived to scene of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, fuel was not available, so for the first 24 hours we tried to source it out of Cebu."
"Cebu is 150 miles away on a different island in the Philippines. In the end, we were able to source fuel at a damaged station in Tacloban itself."