Needs-based humanitarian assistance is provided to people affected by disasters with particular attention to the most vulnerable victims regardless of the race, ethnic group, religion, gender, age, nationality, or political affiliation.
Water, sanitation and hygiene are closely connected and essential for good public health. In emergency and crisis situations, providing access to clean water in sufficient quantity and ensuring safe and clean waste disposal is paramount.
We provide assistance to prepare for, and mitigate the impact of, natural or man-made disasters.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Education helps to restore normality to those affected by crises by providing the skills necessary to be self-sufficient. Education and training are crucial for long-term stability, peace, and economic growth and to foster self-help.
Humanitarian food assistance is provided in anticipation of, during, and in the aftermath of a crisis to save lives, and avert emergency rates of malnutrition.
Quality of human life is directly affected by environmental standards. Natural resources that are not treated in a sustainable manner are quickly depleted, and communities that do not have access to recreational activity and adequate green space suffer as a result. It is crucial to conserve the earth’s natural resources and to safeguard them for long-term use and for future generations.