We are led by our commitment to protect and reduce the suffering of those who are most vulnerable in displaced situations.
In collaboration with our local and global partners, we provide shelter as temporary homes for displaced families to live in safety. We promote education by adapting structures to serve as community buildings and classrooms in which we facilitate schooling and development for displaced school children.
2021 at a glance
students go to school in RHU classrooms established in a camp in Northwest Syria.
shelter units were delivered, serving as schools, temporary homes and child friendly spaces.
Our partner SEEDS sheltered 150 people in two states in India who lost their homes in disasters.
We delivered schools, shelters, clinics and child friendly spaces to 17 countries.
Panama is a small country, but with historical significance as a strategic point of migration…
In early 2021, the Uttarakhand flood devastated communities in the Chamoli district of Northern India.…
Since its inception in 1994, SEEDS has been working throughout India to provide communities affected…
Since it was declared a public health emergency of international concern in 2020, the COVID-19…
2021 in pictures
Beyond the numbers
A home is more than four walls and a roof. While temporary, it is a foundation for psychosocial health and integrity, and the starting point of a life in peace. No matter what sector we work in, our activities will impact several aspects of a person’s life.
Annual Review & Global Compact COP report
Global Compact COP report