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European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations

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Working alongside Relief International

Relief International began partnering with the European Commission’s department for Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) in 2009. Together, our work aims to preserve lives, prevent and alleviate human suffering, and safeguard the integrity and dignity of populations affected by natural disasters and man-made crises.

Our projects with ECHO

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

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2018
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2016
2015
A young Syrian refugee uses a hearing aid for the first time. Rachel Elkind/RI

Turkey

Giving a Voice to Those Silenced by War

European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations U.S. Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration

Turkey hosts the world’s largest number of refugees, the majority of whom have escaped war-torn Syria. Relief International supports them through specialized healthcare programs. For some, the conflict has left them with brain injuries and they’re having to learn to speak again. Our trained speech therapists help give them back their voice.

Ongoing Project 26 AUGUST 2019
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Sudan

Ensuring Healthcare Remains Available in Sudan’s ZamZam Camp

European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations

Relief International has operated continuously in North Darfur since 2004, providing life-saving health and nutrition services for thousands of people in ZamZam camp.

Past Project 21 AUGUST 2019
Relief International staff distribute critical medical and hygiene supplies to displaced families in Anbar, Iraq. RI Staff/RI

Iraq

Delivering Emergency Healthcare to Displaced Families in Anbar Province

European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations

Relief International is the only international non-profit organization providing healthcare to displaced families cut off from services in Anbar Province, including Syrian refugees crossing the border.

Past Project 14 JANUARY 2018
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Iran

Supporting Vulnerable Afghans in Iran

European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations

Fleeing conflict and instability, Afghans have sought refuge in Iran for decades. Today, the country’s Afghan refugee population totals some 3 million people –one of the largest in the world.

Past Project 28 FEBRUARY 2017