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Despite the unimaginable challenges that face them, our teams continue to respond to the humanitarian situation unfolding inside Idlib to ensure civilians receive the life-saving healthcare they need to survive.
Since fighting broke out in Yemen more than five years ago, the country’s capital city of Sana’a has witnessed the collapse of its economy, health system, and most major public services. This has left many people unable to access life-saving treatment when they are ill or injured.
Battered by an average of 20 typhoons a year, Filipino communities need to stay constantly prepared. Relief International provides training to local communities and governments to reduce risks during these natural disasters.
U.N. Refugee Agency
In late 2011, clashes in Sudan’s Blue Nile State forced tens of thousands of people to flee across the border to Maban County in South Sudan. Approximately 150,000 refugees now live in this region in four camps – Batil, Doro, Gendrassa, and Kaya – and face a precarious socioeconomic situation.
U.S. Department of State
The United Nations reports that there has been a steady increase in the number of global trafficking cases since 2010. From 2015 to 2018, Relief International implemented an anti-human trafficking program in ten high-risk neighborhoods in Bangladesh.
This case study outlines the USAID and European Commission-funded program aimed to reduce poverty and preserve biodiversity on the Mindanao and Palawan islands of the Philippines.