Providing a lifeline in times of crisis
Responding to emergencies is at the heart of International Relief Foundation Aid’s mission.
War, floods, earthquakes, drought and famine claim millions of lives worldwide every year. Those who survive are often uprooted and forced to seek temporary shelter without access to clean water, adequate sanitation, or food.
We provide essential shelter, food, clean water, and healthcare to help people through the difficult first days and weeks. After the immediate crisis period, we work with affected communities to ensure their long-term recovery and resilience.
Being there when it matters is important to us. Which is why are proud to have responded to the worst drought crisis to hit Somalia in 2011 by sending containers of aid.
We deployed emergency assistance to drought affected IDPs (Internally Displaced People) by providing them with food, tents, mosquito nets and blankets.