Emergency: Ukraine Dam Explosion
The destruction of the Nova Kakhovka dam in Kherson region led to major flooding and disrupted access to drinking water and electricity. At least 16,000 have already been evacuated. IsraAID is focusing its response in communities hosting displaced families.DONATE
Who we are
IsraAID is an international non-governmental humanitarian aid organization based in Israel. Since we were founded in 2001, our teams have worked in emergency and long-term development settings in more than 60 countries around the world.LEARN MORE
WHAT WE DO
IsraAID responds to emergencies and helps people affected by crisis re-build their lives, their communities, and their futures, together. From hurricanes to refugee crises to global pandemics, we mobilize quickly and collaborate with communities at the deepest level, staying for as long as it takes.
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"It is our responsibility to work alongside communities to ensure that those most vulnerable to emergencies have the tools and capacities to prevent storms from becoming disasters."
People reached in Ukraine & Moldova since February 24th 2022.
Countries reached through emergency and long-term relief work since 2001.
People reached around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, through media campaigns, relief distributions, remote support, and more.
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