The IFRC is a worldwide humanitarian organisation which 189+ branches which all remain under a main concept which is to help the people indiscriminately and to provide them with basic human needs and support to better their lives short term and long term as well.
Areas that involve the IFRC:
Majority of their staff are volunteers and the media often gets on board with raising money for the IFRC because of the output of relief they have displayed.
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'Helping Communities. Empowering Volunteers.'
All hands is a recently created group which has taken a new interest to the long term support of civilians hit by natural disaster and is dedicated to helping them get back up on their feet.
'We use the power of volunteers to bring help and hope to communities devastated by natural disasters, transforming lives along the way.'
'The United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination(UNDAC) is part of the international emergency response system for sudden-onset emergencies.
UNDAC was created in 1993. It is designed to help the United Nations and governments of disaster-affected countries during the first phase of a sudden-onset emergency. UNDAC also assists in the coordination of incoming international relief at national level and/or at the site of the emergency.
UNDAC teams can deploy at short notice (12-48 hours) anywhere in the world. They are provided free of charge to the disaster-affected country, and deployed upon the request of the United Nations Resident or Humanitarian Coordinator and/or the affected Government.'
World Bank + UN
The Making Cities Resilient: 'My City is getting ready!' campaign is a community raised participation awareness/plan of dealing with natural disaster and being as prepared as their community can be with the help of resources from the UN and partnering sites.
The Program/campaign launched in 2010 and is hopefully going to continue for many years to support every city prone to natural disasters and reducing the impact on civilians lives for the better.
As this is a preparation scheme it will be explored further in another section of this inquiry
'The White Light Group is a non-profit humanitarian NGO based on a global network of like minds and hearts working together to make a difference in the world and give back to life. We consider ourselves stewards and guardians of humanity. Our duty and responsibility is to protect that which is most precious, Life.' The White Light Group will provide assistance on a greater level than most organisations and relief teams because it has already established multiple services immobile and mobile which can reach any part of the world when a crisis or disaster has occurred. Natural Disasters impact human life even after the initial hit, TWLG provide basic necessities, medical attention and safe shelter areas to those in need.
A sub section of TWLG is the Mobile task force which is the next project to be created for disaster response. 5 worldwide spread bases, a fleet of 7 high speed vessels and 12 cargo ships of supplies per base to be completely ready for the after disaster relief and easy access to any of these countries facing these problems.
Read more at http://www.twlg.org/index.html
Happy hearts fund-
Happy Hearts Fund HHF is an organisation dedicated to rebuilding and enriching schools that have been affected by natural disasters worldwide. Children have been found to be neglected within times of natural disasters so HHF focuses on them as they are their communities future leaders.
What has HHF done:
50, 000 children back at school
113 schools rebuilt
Impact on 500, 000 people over the community
$14.3 million gone into the production
See more at http://happyheartsfund.org/blog/
'In the fiscal year 2014, CARE worked in 90 countries around the world, supporting 880 poverty-fighting development and humanitarian aid projects to reach more than 72 million people.'
CARE works on getting families out of poverty and creating a better life for them working with women above all else to start educating the families by empowering women.
'In 2014, CARE improved food security for 2.6 million people, provided temporary shelter for over 386,000 people, safe water and adequate hygiene for 3.2 million people as well as access to sexual, reproductive and maternal health services to 543,000 people affected by disasters.'
See more at http://www.care-international.org/what-we-do/emergency-response.aspx
Click this button to find more resources/booklets and organisations that can aid and send relief to people affected worldwide . They are categorically group in gender and age resources as well mental and physical health needs.