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.
Train Haitians to Help Rebuild their Country
by RedR
 
Help Haitians recover from the January earthquake by building local humanitarian skills and knowledge and improve the country's capacity to respond to crisis. project reportread updates from the field
Training first responders in Bangladesh
by RedR
 
We plan to deliver 3 five-day community-based Disaster Management courses for 60 volunteer first responders and local NNGOs, CBOs, and government departments around Dhaka, where garment factory disasters regularly kill or injure thousands, as in Savar this spring. The course will cover Search and Rescue, Disaster Management, Fire and Safety, and First Aid, ensuring volunteer rescuers are prepared to save lives the next time an industrial or natural disaster happens. project reportread updates from the field
Nepal Earthquake Appeal
by RedR
 
Over 6200 people have died in Nepal's worst earthquake for 80 years and thousands are homeless. RedR can make a difference. Please support us in our life saving efforts and help us to deliver vital training and mentoring for aid workers to increase the effectiveness of the emergency response. project reportread updates from the field
Help children prepare for disasters in Pakistan
by RedR
 
More than 200 people have died in Pakistan and Afghanistan after the recent devastating earthquake in the region. A further 1,500 have been injured. RedR UK is training local schoolchildren and teachers in essential skills that will help to minimise the impact of disasters like this in the future. project reportread updates from the field
 
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