Our Work

Europe

What We Do

From our offices in London, we support humanitarian response in the UK and Europe, run international projects, and implement a range of cross-cutting global initiatives.

For those looking to get into the humanitarian sector, we offer a one-day workshop called 'So You Think You Want to be a Relief Worker?', along with a five-day course in the 'Essentials of Humanitarian Practice'. Both courses run several times a year; please keep an eye on our course finder for the latest dates.

Pictured: Participants in RedR's 'Developing Groundwater' course extract water from a borehole for testing, May 2016.

What We Do

Open Courses

We have more than 20 years’ experience in building the capacity of humanitarians. From HEAT Security training to Project Management and Monitoring and Evaluation, our training is participatory, based on practical learning from recent disasters, and delivered by expert trainers with humanitarian field experience. 

 Last year we trained 7,940 aid workers and 97% of our participants rated the training as 'good' or 'excellent'.

Open Courses

Tailor-Made Support

Are you looking for a bespoke solution to training needs in your organisation?

We can provide our existing courses in-house, tailor any of our modules to your context, or devise an entirely new solution to suit your needs.

Get in touch with our training team to find out how we can work together.

Tailor-Made Support

Grant-Funded Projects

RedR UK works to build the knowledge and skills of individuals and organisations worldwide for effective humanitarian action.

From our office in the UK we work around the world, prioritising support for individuals and organisations in disaster-prone countries. We work in partnerships with both humanitarian and development actors across a range of sectors.  

We provide experienced humanitarians, technical experts and facilitators to organisations to improve humanitarian action.  We improve learning across the sector through establishing competencies, standards and systems of recognition, and directly supporting organisations involved in capacity building.  

Grant-Funded Projects

Contact us

RedR UK
250a Kennington Lane
London
SE11 5RD

Phone: +44 (0)20 7840 6000
Fax: +44 (0)20 7582 1901
Email: info@redr.org.uk

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