Relief International’s Village Savings and Loan program comprises sixty groups of approximately 20 members. Members of the group have been able to purchase items such as a cow and a sewing machine, leading to income generating activities.
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The damage to mental health for many Syrian children and adults is both chronic and severe. Relief International works across Turkey to improve the mental health of traumatized Syrian refugees.
Since 2006, Relief International has provided more than $60 million in credit products tailored specifically to low-income households and small businesses in Iraq that are unable to access financing through traditional banks.
In late April of 2018, Somalia’s two major rivers overflowed after weeks of heavy rains. Our response demonstrates how we provide emergency aid when a crisis is at its height.
In mid-March 2019, floods hit vast parts of Iran, leaving more than 10 million people in need of humanitarian aid. Relief International was the first international nonprofit on the ground to respond to flooding. As life attempts to return to normal in flood-affected areas, the next phase of our response will prioritize rebuilding schools, healthcare facilities, and water/sanitation infrastructure to ensure families receive the critical support they need as they return home.
One and a half million people in Syria are currently living with permanent impairments, including over 80,000 who have lost limbs.
Latter-day Saint Charities
With support from Latter-day Saint Charities, Relief International took over three primary healthcare clinics in Uganda’s Palorinya settlement from another organization in late 2017. These clinics were located in some of the most densely packed areas of the settlement, and served as the primary source of healthcare for a catchment area of 100,000 people.
Today Iran hosts one of the world’s largest populations of refugees. Most are from neighboring Afghanistan where conflict and economic desperation has forced millions of people to migrate in search of a better life.