The Jersey Overseas Aid Commission is supporting a two-year project focusing on building the capacity of national aid workers and agencies in Sudan to respond to water, sanitation, and hygiene needs in the country. Find out more about the project.
Photo: Albert Gonzalez Farran, UNAMID, via Flickr (cropped)
Since 2013, Lloyd’s Charities Trust has partnered with RedR UK to deliver Ready to Respond, an innovative project that aims to increase the ability of individuals and organisations involved in humanitarian action to prepare for and respond to disasters, especially in urban areas.
Photo: Solidarités International
The Vitol Foundation has been supporting RedR since 2014, providing funding for our ongoing work building WASH-sector capacity in Sudan. They are currently co-funding our 2016-2017 Sudan WASH project, which is supporting over 1,700 aid workers, local community members, and national government staff.
Photo: water.org via Flickr (cropped)
Thanks to support from the Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation, in 2016 RedR is delivering a series of trainings to volunteers responding to the ongoing refugee crisis across Europe. Many of those volunteering are experiencing humanitarian work for the first time, so this project is providing them with essential skills so they are able to respond effectively. Find out more.
Photo: Amy Murrell for RedR UK
The Clothworkers’ Foundation has been supporting RedR UK since 2012 and is currently contributing to our 'Safer Schools' programme in Pakistan, which trains teachers and other first responders in first aid, disaster risk reduction, and conflict-sensitive education.
These skills are passed on to schoolchildren and other members of the community, who as a result know how to respond to man-made and natural disasters. Hear from the people we've trained.
Photo: Usman Ghani for RedR UK