As a humanitarian charity, we have a responsibility to alleviate human suffering, but we need funds to do so. On average, it costs £125 to train one aid worker for one day. One trained aid worker can help thousands of displaced individuals and support communities and organisations to recover. By funding training for one aid worker, you are helping local communities for years to come.
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Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Response

As part of our Ukraine humanitarian crisis response, we are offering a series of free, online and contextualised training modules covering a variety of topics in Ukrainian, English, Polish, Romanian, and Moldovan. 

We will continue to assess the situation and consult with both international and local actors, adjusting our approach over time. To learn more about the modules available and how to sign up, click the link below.

Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Response

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Fundraising for RedR UK at the London Marathon Walk: meet Barry and Monique Sillito

"You know there is a feeling you get in life when you are doing a good thing. It gives you a warm glow."

Fundraising for RedR UK at the London Marathon Walk: meet Barry and Monique Sillito

40 years' experience working with international agencies across the world

Where we work

We deliver humanitarian training and support around the world working primarily in developing countries that are prone to or have been affected by major natural disasters or conflict. We have regional programme offices in the UK, Jordan and Sudan. We deliver training, consultancy services and expert support globally. 

I’ve taken three RedR courses: Needs Assessment in Emergencies, Training of Trainers, and Proposal and Report Writing. The trainers have always been great. They have a lot of knowledge, and they know how to share it and to enhance our skills, our ability in our work. We don’t find any other training centres in Sudan that specialise in courses for NGOs and humanitarian organisations. I’ve just got back to Khartoum after a ten-day trip to the field, and I can say for sure that I’ve used what I learnt when writing up my field report.

Muhammed Faisal

Training and Capacity-Building Manager at UNESCO Chair for Women in Science and Technology, Sudan