Speed saves lives
Teams arrive within first 72 hours
Lifesaving work in challenging environments
More than 89% of the staff are local
More than 75 countries on 6 continents
From the beginning we have used training to build both confidence and self–reliance among those we assist. Drawing on more than three decades of experience, we train people in their communities, providing them the skills needed to recover from the adversity disasters bring, chart their own path to self-reliance and become effective First Responders themselves.
Pass essential skills into local hands
Health care workers go on to train and treat millions of others
Ownership over Recovery
Shape their own future as they rebuild
Training certificates awarded
We integrate our core strengths into programs shaped to assist local communities and others we work with, including local, regional and national government and non-government groups, as they make the journey from relief to self-reliance. Training underpins all of what we do.
Partnerships & Research
We work with a variety of partners in both the public and private sectors, always with the goal to provide better health care and related services to those in vulnerable communities looking to build better lives for themselves and their children. We’re continually improving our programs by measuring quality and performance and conducting research.
Building a Better Response
Capacity strengthening of NGO staff
Mental Health Research
Supporting survivors of conflict and disease
Speeding assistance to survivors of disaster
Ebola Virus Disease Partners
Building a more effective response to the next outbreak