RedR UK is investigating a criminal ransomware attack on our computer network. We have found no evidence that data stored on the network has been stolen, copied, or compromised. The data itself is not the target of the attack.
A pharmacist by training, Lina Al Tarazi now works as Programme Field Coordinator with the Royal Health Awareness Society (RHAS) in Jordan. She recently graduated from Context, having followed the Core Humanitarian Standard programme in 2016. Here, she reflects on the impact the course has had on her work with Syrian refugees and host communities in Amman.
Dr Hilal is a well-known WASH specialist who, in his decades-long career, has worked with the Government of Sudans Water and Environmental Sanitation agency (WES), and with UNICEF. And although he officially retired in 2008, he is now busier than ever, undertaking consultancy work and using his wealth of experience to train others working in the field of WASH.
Employees from Aecom take part in a festive fundraiser in support of RedR.
RedR UK is seeking to better understand and enhance the impact of its work. The ability to demonstrate the impact of training and capacity-building on the wider humanitarian situation and target populations remains a challenge - but it's one we're addressing, in collaboration with the University of Sussex.