RED International

Transforming lives and communities among the poor and marginalised. RED International exists because extreme poverty and marginalisation still impact more than one billion people around the world, affecting hundreds of millions of families and their communities. Despite the focus of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) since 2000, many still live in extreme poverty, lacking basic resources such as access to decent water and facing high rates of infant and maternal mortality. RED International works with implementing partners who are tackling these issues every day and who are in a position to make a real, long-term difference in the lives of t...
Access to Water for 500 Rural Indian Families
 
650 Million people on the planet lack reliable access to safe water. Many rural Indian women and girls travel at least half a mile to reach a safe water source, taking up 25% of a women's day. Water is HEAVY. A woman or girl would carry 20KG each trip several times a day. The Wello WaterWheel cuts down on the trips, eases the burden and saves time, which can be used more productively and means instead of carrying water a girl can go to school. More water means better health and hygiene. project reportread updates from the field
1000 days - Education & Support for Mother & Child
 
From a woman's pregnancy to her child's 2nd birthday there are 1,000 days. This time is important for setting the foundations for the rest of life. The support and education a mother receives during the 1,000 days can have a very real impact on the care she gives, influencing how her child grows and develops. RED International's partners have projects in different countries offering education, support and services to mothers and fathers so that they are well prepared. project reportread updates from the field
Relief for 1900 displaced families - Northern Iraq
 
It is estimated that around 11 million Syrians have fled their homes since the start of the Syrian civil war in March 2011. According to the UN Refugee Agency, there are currently 230,836 Syrian Refugees in Iraq and most have faced an additional hardship because of the war and political climate of Iraq. These communities as well as displaced Iraqis continue to have an urgent need for food and hygiene supplies. project reportread updates from the field
HIV services for 2000 villagers on Lake Tanganyika
 
All along the Zambian shore line of Lake Tanganyika there are people living in remote villages which are inaccessible by road. People in these villages have very limited access to health care and HIV services. The project will provide HIV services such as education and testing - so that a person can know their status, CD4 Cell Count testing for anyone found to be living with HIV - to enable the commencement of Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) and ART initiation within a village for the first time. project reportread updates from the field
Healing for 60 Trafficking & Abuse Victims, Kosovo
 
RED International's partner in Kosovo is Operacioni i Mekembjes (Operation Restoration). They are the only organisation providing long-term support to victims of domestic violence and trafficking, as well as combating the conditions which lead individuals to become victims or aggressors through education and training programmes for vulnerable young people. Through an individualised programme of psychotherapy, emotional therapy and vocational skills training, more than 70 women and young peop project reportread updates from the field
300 Micro-loans for rural families in Pakistan
 
Unique Star focuses on poverty alleviation. In village communities' access to business training and small loan finance is difficult. The model Unique Star uses revolves round small business set up loans with sustainability within the business model. We aim to impact families and thus children's health and education and bring about access to viable and sustainable employment. This is not a 'hand-out' but a 'hand up' helping families to empower themselves. project reportread updates from the field
Adult Literacy Classes and Village Primary Schools
 
HRDP, our partner in Bangladesh mostly works in rural and inaccessible areas with adult literacy particularly among women and children who have missed out on primary education. Our vision is to transform the lives of the poorest of the poor by breaking the bonds of illiteracy and the barriers to education. Illiterate women attain self-respect and can participate in their children's education. Children who have had to drop out of education have hope and future opportunities restored. project reportread updates from the field
Haiti Hurricane Relief Project
 
Hurricane Matthew has caused severe flooding and damage in parts of the Northern Caribbean. Our partner in Haiti has assessed the damage in the areas where their existing projects operate, including an orphanage and two schools. People are still sheltering in the schools. The initial focus of the relief work will be on supporting the displaced and repairing damage to homes. Donations will help to provide emergency supplies such as food, water, and the materials needed for repairs. project reportread updates from the field
Build 40 homes for Haiyan Survivors in Cebu
 
Kinatarkan Island is one of the most severely devastated islands in the Northernmost part of Cebu Province, yet the least served in terms of humanitarian efforts because of its distance and the difficulty of crossing the open sea to reach the island. Over 700 houses were completely damaged by typhoon Haiyan, So far only 14 houses have been rebuilt and we want to do more. Helping them to re-build more houses will help the community to slowly re-build their lives and their livelihood. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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