Relief International and other CORE Group members compiled guidance for nonprofit organizations who are designing programs and materials in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Center for Disaster Philanthropy
In the midst of two consecutive major health emergencies, the province of Batangas in the Philippines is home to one of the most at-risk populations in the world. Relief International is ramping up its emergency response in the region, following the eruption of the Taal Volcano in January 2020 and the outbreak of COVID-19 only a few short weeks later.
Since the coronavirus was declared a global pandemic, Relief International’s team on the ground have been preparing for the virus’s eventual arrival in Cox’s Bazar. We began ramping up our response months before the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in mid-May.
Relief International’s partnership with Seek Refuge seeks to expand upon our work with Afghan refugees as they recover and rebuild their lives in Iran. Together, our work aims to secure much-needed support for refugee populations living in fragile settings. With the COVID-19 pandemic far from over, these efforts are now more urgent than ever.
Relief International is proud to announce our selection as the charity partner for the country’s most prestigious Model United Nations program hosted by students at Georgetown University.
U.N. Children's Fund U.N. Population Fund Somalia Humanitarian Fund
For close to three decades, Somalia has been gripped by war, chronic food shortages, displacement, and climate shocks. Now, the coronavirus pandemic is set to steer the country towards its latest crisis.
U.N. Children's Fund
The Philippines is struggling to contain major outbreaks of polio and COVID-19, which hit the island nation’s shores within a six-month period. Relief International partnered with UNICEF to respond to both outbreaks in communities on the island of Mindanao.
In Pakistan, Relief International teams on the ground are responding to the country’s major outbreak of COVID-19 by providing hygiene kits to Afghan refugee families who will be hardest hit by the pandemic.