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Bader Philanthropies, Inc.

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Working alongside Relief International

Relief International began partnering with Bader Philanthropies in 2017. Together, our work aims to improve access to water, hygiene and sanitation, health and nutrition, economic opportunities, and education for people living in the world’s most fragile settings.

Our projects with Bader Philanthropies

Country

All Countries
AFRICA
Ghana
Somalia
South Sudan
Sudan
ASIA
Afghanistan
Bangladesh
Iran
Myanmar
Pakistan
Philippines
MIDDLE EAST
Iraq
Jordan
Lebanon
Syria
Turkey
Yemen

Year

All Year
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
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Providing Education in Emergencies

Bader Philanthropies, Inc.

Education is often the first service to disappear in emergencies and the last to be resumed. Traditional aid prioritizes peoples’ most immediate needs – such as food, water, shelter, and protection – with only a fraction of funding put towards education. Yet, education is critical for securing brighter futures for individuals whose lives have been disrupted by conflict or disaster. With support from Bader Philanthropies, Relief International works to reach and teach generations of children in fragile settings who are disproportionately denied access to education. Our educational programs actively target the most marginalized students, particularly girls.

Ongoing Project 25 OCTOBER 2019
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Strengthening the RI Way

Bader Philanthropies, Inc.

With support from Bader Philanthropies, Relief International is investing in its signature methodology to respond to the ever-changing needs of people in fragile settings: the RI Way. The program supports the four elements that we build into every program we design. These elements include participation, integration, civic skills, and partnerships, which work in tandem to increase the long-term resilience of communities in vulnerable situations.

Ongoing Project 25 OCTOBER 2019