Relief International

RI provides emergency relief, rehabilitation and development assistance to victims of natural disasters and civil conflicts worldwide. RI's programs bridge the gap between immediate and long-term community development. This orientation promotes self-reliance and the peaceful reintegration of populations. RI's programs are designed with the input and participation of target beneficiary groups such as women, children and the elderly, whose special needs are often neglected in disasters.
Pakistan Flood Emergency Response
 
$785
$19,215
Raised
Remaining
Relief International’s teams are providing clean water, food, shelter, hygiene kits, emergency medical supplies and health services to 100,000 flood victims in Pakistan. project reportread updates from the field
Haiti Earthquake Emergency Relief
 
$1,071
$98,929
Raised
Remaining
Since arriving in Haiti, RI has built upon its existing emergency programming to create sustainable infrastructure for families through improved access to health care, water and sanitation services. project reportread updates from the field
Myanmar Emergency Relief
 
$4,554
$145,446
Raised
Remaining
In the wake of the devastating Myanmar cyclone disaster, RI is providing life-saving medical care to thousands of survivors and helping to contain the rapid spread of infectious disease. project reportread updates from the field
Giving Education and Hope to Children in Gaza
 
$5,165
$11,235
Raised
Remaining
With educational materials, art supplies, and professional Counselors, RI is combating the effects of childhood trauma and giving hope to 1,000+ kindergarteners from conflict-affected areas in Gaza.
Earthquake Recovery for 70,000 People in Pakistan
 
$305
$79,695
Raised
Remaining
RI has mobilized its Pakistan team to assess and prepare interventions for an estimated 70,000 earthquake-affected people in Ziarat and Pishin districts, Northwestern Balochistan province of Pakistan.
Building Tech Centers for New Orleans Communities
 
$1,542
$198,458
Raised
Remaining
Providing access to Information & Communication Technology (ICT) in New Orleans is essential to the revitalization of Hurricane Katrina-affected communities and the education of local youth.
Services for Tsunami Affected Women in Sri Lanka
 
$385
$49,615
Raised
Remaining
This project assists 2,200 Tsunami affected women in Ampara by providing financial and livelihood services to supplement income-generating activities and reduce poverty.