RedR

RedR is an international disaster relief charity which trains aid workers and provides skilled professionals to humanitarian programmes worldwide, helping to save and rebuild the lives of people affected by natural and man-made disasters.

RedR
250a Kennington Lane
London, n/a SE11 5RD
United Kingdom
020 7840 6000
http://www.redr.org.uk

Chief Executive

Mr Martin McCann

Management Team

Martin McCann, David Rouane, Charlie Dalrymple, Gill Price, Anne Durrant, Pete Sweetnam and Justine Tordoff

Board of Directors

Martin McCann, David Rouane, Charlie Dalrymple, Gill Price, Anne Durrant, Pete Sweetnam and Justine Tordoff

Project Leaders

Erin Noordeloos
Helen Varma

Mission

RedR is an international disaster relief charity which trains aid workers and provides skilled professionals to humanitarian programmes worldwide, helping to save and rebuild the lives of people affected by natural and man-made disasters.

Programs

RedR runs aid worker training programmes in the UK, Kenya, Pakistan, Sudan and South Sudan, training people and organisations to be better able to respond to humanitarian emergencies. Our training covers water and sanitation, shelter, security for aid workers, logistics, project management and other fields relevant to the practical everyday work of aid organisations. We work with all the major international NGOs and are respected throughout the humanitarian sector. In addition we provide professional humanitarians with the right skills to disaster areas when needed.

Statistics on RedR

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2009: $5,012,706
  • Annual Budget for 2008: $4,154,833
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