Projects

In over a decade, we have...

  • Responded to crises in 39 countries
  • Reached over 1,000,000 people
  • Distributed over 1,000 tons of relief and medical supplies
  • Trained more than 5,000 local professionals
  • Mobilized over 850 staff, volunteers, and professionals (a majority of them doctors, nurses, therapists and social workers).


Emergency Response & Humanitarian Aid

When a natural disaster strikes, time is of the essence. Every passing hour dramatically reduces survival rates and hampers recovery efforts. We respond immediately, with our relief teams among the first to arrive on the ground, providing life-saving medical care, food and supplies, as well as cleaning and construction materials.

Types of Projects:

  • Search and Rescue and Relief Items Distribution
  • Cleaning and Reconstruction
  • Emergency Medical & Psycho-social Response
  • Community Mobilization

Sustainable Development

Once the immediate needs of a population in crisis have been addressed, we consider the long-term question of how we can help these local communities attain stable living without relying on humanitarian aid. This is the most vital transition and is often highlighted as being the most important phase of development. To succeed, we strongly emphasize developing local abilities through training, social empowerment, and economic growth.

Types of Projects:

  • Mental & Physical Health programs
  • Economic Development
  • Social Development (Women empowerment, Gender-Based-Violence, child protection and psycho-social support)
  • Education & Awareness