Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Addressing the Needs of Our Local Communities

When disaster strikes, United Hands Relief’s priority is to first start saving lives, then to help vulnerable communities hit hard by disaster (natural or man-made) come back stronger.

UHR reaches communities in dire need during and in the aftermath of disasters. From here in the USA to Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Palestine, Rohingya, Kashmir, Iraq, Bosnia, and East Africa – we make sure people have access to safe clean water for drinking and sanitation. Our teams provide shelter, food COVID-19 health kits, and other life-saving necessities vital for survival to families affected. We support families, especially children through education, vocational training, and sustainable development. We help rebuild communities by helping families become self-sufficient through our development programs. Our goal is to instill hope and restore the dignity of many in need.
New evidence continues to signal that the number of hungry people in the world is growing, reaching 821 million in 2017 or one in every nine people, according to The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2018.

For $100 a month, you can provide a vulnerable family with a customized food parcel or a hygiene kit enough for one month. Your donation can help save lives.

The deadly blast that shook Beirut killed over 200 people and left 300,000 homeless. UHR distributed thousands of emergency food parcels and COVID-19 health kits to families in Beirut. UHR also sends shipments of medical supplies to hospitals

Our Priorities

As countries around the globe went into lockdown, UHR worked around the clock in 16 countries to provide families, especially displaced refugees in need with food parcels, COVID-19 health kits and clean water.

The spread of COVID-19 and the recent escalations in violence are intensifying the struggles of an already desperate population. UHR has been working in Gaza for years, providing food, water, medical care and sustainable development.

Coronavirus Outbreak

COVID-19 pandemic is a global challenge that affects all of us, especially vulnerable populations including refugees and people displaced by conflict …

Yemen Humanitarian Crisis

Yemen is one of the largest humanitarian crises of our time. More than 4 million people have been forced to flee their homes and 24.1 million are in dire need of assistance.

Syria Refugee Crisis

After nine years of displacement and destruction, Syria remains the largest refugee crisis in the world. More than 6.6 million have fled the country and 6.7 million remain internally displaced.
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