Through war, disaster, and turmoil - we're there. No village is too far. No family is forgotten.
Our Emergency Response and Recovery
Department is a lifeline to millions of people who have fled war in Syria and Iraq.
Since 2004, we've provided emergency and post-emergency assistance throughout Iraq. From the very beginning, we've worked with organisations such as the World Food Programme (WFP) and the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) to distribute food and core relief items to millions of people.
In coordination with WFP, UNCHR and the Logistics Cluster, we run an extensive network of warehouses that allows us to respond quickly to any emergency in the region and ensures we reach the most remote communities.
We recognise the importance of crisis-affected individuals regaining control of their lives. That’s why we are working with Malteser to facilitate a cash assistance programme, so that beneficiaries can prioritise their own needs.
Our cash for work project with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations further empowers participants to uphold a sense of dignity and contribute to their local communities.
In partnership with UNICEF, we’re identifying the needs of those affected by years of conflict in Mosul. Through household assessments, cash assistance programmes and post distribution monitoring, we’re collecting vital data to help agencies respond better to humanitarian emergencies.