Category Disaster Relief

Part of sustainable development is managing conflict and disaster events. Much of this work is in the field, giving humanitarian aid for food, medical and psychosocial care, clean water, shelter, and other necessary and important resources, as well as training community leaders, medical professionals, and other key first responders to deal with crises and disaster events with quick and effective response methods. These events vary by region and even country, so our professionals in this field know basics of humanitarian response and disaster/conflict management and are able to learn about specific issues facing the counties in which they work. Glance at our activities

Tamil Nadu – Again With You

Donate now Again With You – Our Story After the Tsunami disaster in South east Asia (December 2014), Brit Olam, Jointly with MADA Israel, and under the Ambarella of the National council of Volunteerism (which established and owned IsraAID…

Do Not Abandon Them

Humanitarian Relief Operation The relief operation Do Not Abandon Them was launched on Friday, the 27 then, financial funds, medical items, and volunteer efforts have been continuously mobilized in order to meet the campaign goals in Uganda, Kenya, and other…

Natan for Disaster Relief

  In 2008, Brit Olam and the Humanitarian Fund of the Kibbutz Movement founded the non-profit Natan – The Israeli Coalition for Disaster Relief in partnership with other Israeli relief organizations. This coalition combines the best of Israeli expertise in humanitarian aid by coordinating inter-organizational activities and…

Rehabilitation and Development Unit

  In order to help victims and communities who have survived major disasters, Brit Olam established a Recovery and Rehabilitation Unit to advance community resilience programs and to develop a knowledge base in this field. The unit builds local capacity by disseminating this knowledge…

Relief Mission in Georgia

  In August 2008, following a summer of tension and increased military incidents, Georgia launched a large-scale military offensive to reclaim the territory of South Ossetia from Russia. The situation deteriorated further with renewed fighting in the Georgian breakaway province…

Relief Aid for India Tsunami

  Following the 2006 tsunami disaster, medical relief was one of the most pressing needs of countless communities in India. Although local healthcare professionals worked tirelessly to address the needs of these devastated communities, the breadth of wide-ranging medical needs…