How We Work

SRD Humanitarian Work is based on integrating our core strengths into programs shaped to assist those affected by violence, hunger, poverty, injury, and displacement.

We regularly question the added value we can bring to the affected people.

SRD seeks to help, caring, and sustainable development. through our programs we focus on four roles to achieve real impact:

Response to Emergencies

Rapid and effective response to emergencies is at the core of our work which includes emergency preparedness and early action and also encourages resilience and development.

Empowering individuals and communities

We train people in their communities, providing them the skills needed to recover from the adversity disasters bring and Shape their own future as they rebuild.

Advocate for action

SRD speak out publicly to bring a forgotten crisis into view, or to denounce abuses. SRD accomplishes this by participate in regional and international meetings and forums, Meetings with policymakers and civil society leaders, participating public awareness events and engaging online campaigns.

Multiplying impact

SRD regularly work with a variety of partners with the goal to provide services to those looking to build better lives for themselves and their children.

Find out how SRD drives changes for affected people.


SRD makes it a priority to advocate for the well-being of people in need.

Emergencies Response

SRD is dedicated to bringing aide to those affected by the world’s most pressing humanitarian crisis today.


All SRD health programs operate on a comprehensive, preventative communication of care.


SRD instituted holistic nutritional programming targeting developing children through our Young Child Feeding (IYCF) campaign.


SRD focusing establish comprehensive protection services including outreach, case management, psychosocial support (PSS) services and referral pathways.


To ensure that the specific needs and rights of crisis-affected women and girls are met, SRD working to establish women and girl safe spaces.

Shelter & NFI

The Shelter Program is a set of projects for the rehabilitation of war-affected homes, The NFI program focuses on providing lifesaving assistance for IDP’s and populations affected by conflict.

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