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.
The World Bank
Relief International and its affiliated organization, MRCA/Relief International – France, have worked for more than a decade to build the Afghan government’s capacity to provide comprehensive healthcare services. The Sehatmandi project focuses specifically on improving maternal, newborn, infant and child health services.
Relief International has worked in Afghanistan since 2001. Over the last decade, our programs in Nimroz and Farah have provided shelter and enhanced food security and livelihoods.
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
The Educate Girls, End Poverty program aims to overcome political, economic, and cultural norms by providing Somali girls with the opportunity to receive an education and break the cycle of chronic poverty.
European Commission Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations U.S. Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration Mülteciler Dernegi
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.