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“Yesterday I started seeing rain clouds. If the rain starts early, I can only expect the worst.”
Last year RI’s health teams provided over 853,000 health consultations to people at hospitals and clinic across the Upper Nile region of South Sudan
This vital work is made exponentially more difficult by South Sudan’s extreme weather patterns.
“We are used to having typhoons… But these typhoons are getting more destructive every year”
Typhoons in the Philippines are growing in strength and destruction.
To assist, RI is preparing local communities for how to avoid disease outbreaks resulting from typhoons so that they will be better prepared when the next one hits.
“Climate Change is the biggest challenge we are currently facing”
Rehana supports her family of 6 based on what she can grows and sell. Unfortunately, climate change is impacting how much food she can produce.
Treating Spina Bifida in Turkey
Mahmoud was born with Spina Bifida, which made it difficult to sit on his own and move around freely.
After months of hard work at a RI-supported physical rehabilitation center, he can now sit, get up, crawl, and move around without any help.
This Ramadan, Your Support Will Help Displaced People Around The WorldArticle 1 APRIL 2022
A Mashara (Leader) for Afghan Women in Pakistan
Parchee is a leader in one of the Afghan Community Forums Relief International has helped to set up in Pakistan.
Through this forum she provides advice, training and moral support for local Afghan women in her community.
Learning and Living at RI’s Educational Centers in Jordan
RI’s educational centers in refugee camps in Jordan offer young Syrian refugees the opportunity to learn and grow.
Here, four students tell us what inspires them to attend the RI center each day.