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UKRAINE CRISIS: A WAVE OF SOLIDARITY IN RESPONSE TO THE CRISIS SITUATION IN UKRAINE

Since 24 February 2022, the world has been stunned by the humanitarian tragedy unfolding in Eastern Europe. Following the invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces, the partners of the Rescue & Recover Fund mobilised on the ground to provide emergency aid to civilian victims. Following these tragic events, CARE, MSF and the Red Cross, partners of the RRF, deployed teams in the field to provide additional assistance to the victims of this conflict. From the distribution of food, water and hygiene kits, to financial and psychosocial support and medical assistance, the various NGOs immediately rallied their teams on-site to help the populations in need. Thanks to the generosity of RRF donors, more than 3 million euros have already been donated to support actions in the field! Learn more >
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URGENCY

MADAGASCAR: RESPONSES TO CYCLONE BATSIRAI

In the wake of Cyclone Batsirai, which swept across the coast of Madagascar last February, the RRF committed to fund the efforts of its partners working in the field: the Red Cross, Care and MSF. An extensive emergency programme was set up, which included medical care, repair of temporary shelters and accommodation, distribution of essential items, and access to water. Learn more >
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SOLIDARITY

TOGETHER TO FIGHT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

Seventy percent of women have experienced some form of violence, whether physical, sexual, economic or social. As part of its end-of-year campaign, the Rescue & Recover Fund is committed to taking action against this crisis through three projects led by its NGO partners CARE, the Red Cross and MSF. By funding concrete actions on the ground, we can all act to help women and children who suffer from violence that makes them even more vulnerable. Let's all rally to help the NGOs that work tirelessly every day to support these women and children! Learn more >
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URGENCY

HURRICANE IDA: THE RESCUE & RECOVER FUND WORKING ALONGSIDE THE RED CROSS AND IFAW

Sixteen years after the devastating Hurricane Katrina, Louisiana was hit by Hurricane Ida on 29 August 2021. It hit south-east Louisiana hard with deadly winds reaching 240 km/h, damaging and destroying much infrastructure and leaving millions of homes without power. Significant flooding also occurred in the south-eastern parts of Louisiana and Mississippi. Learn more >
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URGENCY

THE RESCUE & RECOVER FUND MOBILISED FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE

In August 2021, the Haiti earthquake left 2,248 dead, 329 missing and 12,763 injured. It also destroyed hundreds of homes and major infrastructure, and hospitals, already overwhelmed by the third wave of COVID-19, were overflowing. Evacuating the injured to Port-au-Prince was made extremely difficult due to damaged roads and an ongoing climate of violence and insecurity. Thanks to your generosity, more than 90.000 € collected for NGOs field actions >
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URGENCY

FLOODING IN EUROPE: TEAMS MOBILISE TO PROVIDE EMERGENCY AID

In mid-July, heavy rainfall hit the regions of Rhineland-Palatinate, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony and Bavaria in Germany, as well as Belgium and Luxembourg. Several hundreds of people perished in the massive floods that followed, which also destroyed hundreds of homes and left people without water, electricity and shelter. Discover the campaign >
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HEALTH

COVID, INDIA 2021: THE TEAMS PROVIDE CARE ON-SITE

After a significant decrease in infections in the second half of 2020, India faced a strong resurgence of the epidemic in the spring of 2021. This second wave was fuelled by the emergence of the Delta variant and the many large religious gatherings that took place at the time. The peak was reached in May 2021, with an average of 4,188 deaths in the last week of May. The official WHO death toll stands at more than 480,000 for this country.
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