What We Do
WHAT WE DO
operate in the UK and work around the world to support the poorest communities, families and children with resources and skills and implement projects in our effort to fight and eliminate poverty. We work alongside poorer and deprived communities in different countries to bring about lasting change. We empower women and children and give them a voice and opportunities to be self-reliant in meeting their daily needs.
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Disaster Relief and Emergency Response
medical aid and healthcare, and open schools and much more. Rescue Mission have provided several disaster relief and emergency response around the World. We’re always there to response to crises and help save lives and rehabilitate communities. Some of our current disaster relief and emergency response include:
There are more than 750,000 Rohingya refugees including more than 400 children who have fled to Bangladesh following severe violence, discrimination and extreme poverty for decades in Myanmar. Most of them have walked for days and arrive in overcrowded refugee camps, sick, exhausted and in desperate need of food, water and medicine.
are working around the clock to support Rohingya refugees to have access to basic needs.
The disaster in the war-torn Yemen is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, with more than 80%, that’s about 24 million people face starvation including more than 12 million children in need of humanitarian assistance. Around 400,000 children under 5 years old are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and require treatment of diarrhoea and cholera. However,
Support us to help Yemenis children and women.
SYRIAN CONFLICT AND REFUGEE CRISIS
Syria has endured years of brutal conflicts has been a living nightmare for children and families tormented by years of bombings, airstrikes and violence that have torn the country apart. As fighting and shelling continues to intensify, children are continuously arriving at overcrowded refugee camps – malnourished, underweight and with panic attacks. In these terrible times,
is on the ground, helping families forced to flee their homes.
CYCLONE IDAI AND CYCLONE KENNETH
yclones Idai and Kenneth have struck and devasted Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique leaving more than 10million people including 1.5 million boys and girls in need of food clean water, shelter and life-saving resources. The lack of clean water and sanitation poses a deadly threat as water-borne diseases like cholera begin to spread.
are helping families forced to flee their homes.
CRISIS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA
The horn of Africa has seen long periods of climate crises, due to severe heat waves and drought as a result of extremely high temperatures leading to long periods of drought and famine. This part of Africa is described as the most tumultuous region because the disastrous conditions are made worse by war and conflicts.
are providing essential needs and working with local decision-makers to prevent war and conflict.
The spread of Ebola viruses one of the deadliest humanitarian crises to deal with because it results in sudden fever, intense weakness, muscle pain and a sore throat. As the conditions of victims deteriorates, they experience vomiting and diarrhoea and bleeding. Patients tend die from dehydration and multiple organ failure. The virus is contagious making it difficult to treat.
are building health infrastructure and information systems to constantly monitor the situation.
WORKING IN POOREST COUNTRIES
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