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National Syrian Project for Prosthetic Limbs
More than 1.5 million Syrians are currently living with permanent, war-related injuries, including over 80,000 who have lost limbs. With support from the European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), Relief International is working alongside our local partner the National Syrian Project for Prosthetic Limbs (NSPPL) to provide specialized health services to Syrian refugees with physical injuries and disabilities – a direct result of the country’s years-long war.
Latter-day Saint Charities
The crisis in English-speaking parts of Cameroon, which began with peaceful protests in late 2016, has escalated into a full-blown conflict with an estimated 1.3 million people in need of humanitarian aid. With a lack of funding and media attention, Cameroon tops the list of the world’s most neglected crises.
U.N. Population Fund
Every year, 2,800 women in Myanmar die from pregnancy and childbirth-related complications. These deaths are largely unreported because they take place far from public health facilities, within the walls of families’ homes.
The 2018 Annual Report showcases the life-changing work of Relief International staff in the world’s most fragile settings —and the impact of generous support from individuals, foundations, corporations and governments.
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Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair Refugee Education Fund صندوق عبد العزيز الغرير لتعليم اللاجئين
Only a fraction of refugees in Jordan go on to graduate from secondary school – just 4.8%. Through a major donation from the Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair Refugee Education Fund, Relief International will provide remedial education for 700 Syrian refugee students in Jordan’s Azraq camp.
Google.org and Google Employees
With the generous support of Google and its employees, Relief International teams began to reconstruct two schools in the villages of Qabqoli and Bibiyani in Kermanshah, which were levelled by the quake.