Delivering Emergency Relief to Rohingya Refugees

by Comprehensive Disaster Response Services
Delivering Emergency Relief to Rohingya Refugees


CDRS has a wealth of experience managing the complexities of logistics and aid delivery in disasters and refugee crises, having worked in floods, tsunamis, earthquakes and refugees crises in Haiti, Japan, The United States, The Philippines, Pakistan and Sri Lanka over the last 12 years. CDRS effectively coordinates and collaborates with local partners, military, police and leaders, as well as international releif agencies to assist suffering Human Beings in the most effective ways possible.

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Over half a million refugees from Myanmar have recently fled the persecution and ethnic cleansing of The stateless Rohingya People by the Myanmar Army. They are in desperate need of basic Humanitarian assistance for their very survival. The camps are running short of food, clean water and medicines.


CDRS will deliver food, water and medicines to suffering Human Beings at the refugee camps

Long-Term Impact

Unfortunately, the emergency aid we will be providing will be a short term survival measure to keep oppressed and abused people alive.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).


Organization Information

Comprehensive Disaster Response Services

Location: Germantown, Maryland - USA
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Project Leader:
Todd Shea
Executive Director
New York, NY United States

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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