The Global Goals for Sustainable Development

International Projects

Relief and Rehabilitation Fund

The Relief and Rehabilitation Fund helps MCIC member agencies support communities as they respond to the effects of disasters. Funded projects are often part of collaborative international relief efforts.

  • Central Visayas Earthquake Emergency Response

    World Vision Canada | Country: Philippines | Amount: $45000 | Funded in 2013-14

    430 families (approximately 2,150 people) will be provided with tents and household kits (sleeping mats, blankets, mosquito nets and bath towel), which is one of highest priorities of the affected families, in the town of Antequera, Bohol province where more than 70% of the houses were completely destroyed. Families are living in cramped, hastily built makeshift structures that do not proect them from the weather. The loss of their homes, severe damage to houses and the fear of landslides/earthquakes in their places of origin led people to stay in open areas using thin used tarps and other recoverable materials. This project will reduce the vulnerability of the beneficiary families and facilitate their transition to recovery.

  • Congolese Refugees Emergency Response

    ADRA Canada | Country: Rwanda | Amount: $15000 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project will ensure improved sanitation for over 9000 women, men and children, providing adequate access to refuse disposal to every household in the refugee transit camp at Nkamira. The project also aims to provide standard shelters to the refugees in the camp.

  • Critical Child Protection in Post-Typhoon Haiyan

    Save the Children - Canada | Country: Philippines | Amount: $60000 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project aims to provide critical child protection services to children in the cities and municipalities in the province of Leyte, the area most severely hit by Typhoon Haiyan. Approximately 1500 children and 1500 adults (through extended psychosocial support) will be reached through this project.

  • Emergency Protection and Non-Formal Education Opportunities for Syrian Refugee Adolescents and Youth

    Save the Children - Canada | Country: Jordan | Amount: $15000 | Funded in 2013-14

    Save the Children work inside Syria and in the neighbouring countries, we are working to meet the enormous humanitarian needs of children, youth and their families. This project will address the immediate and critical needs of a rapidly growing number of young people seeking refuge in the Za’atri Refugee Camp in Jordan. STC will establish Multi-Activity Centres (MACs) to ensure that approximately 3,000 Syrian adolescents and youth refugees will be provided with safe spaces to access learning and recreational activities, informal education and psychosocial support.

  • Humanitarian Response to Syrian Refugees in Zaatari Refugee Camp

    Canadian Lutheran World Relief | Country: Jordan | Amount: $30000 | Funded in 2013-14

    Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR), in collaboration with long-standing partner Lutheran Welfare Federation, LWF Jordan, will help meet the basic human needs of 2750 Syrian female and male refugees (75% women and children) living in Zaatari Refugee Camp in Mafraq Governorate, Northern Jordan by distributing shoes, summer clothes, and hygiene kits to the camp’s most vulnerable refugees.

  • Philippines Typhoon Relief and Rehabilitation

    Emmanuel International Canada | Country: Philippines | Amount: $45000 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project will assist victims of the November 8/13 Typhoon Haiyan, with a range of immediate relief initiatives (food, water, hygiene supplies) and tools and materials (wood, bamboo, native or iron roofing materials) for house repair/reconstruction. The objective is to help up to 2,500 families (approximately 20,000 people).

  • Rehabilitation for Families Affected by Natural Disasters

    HOPE International Development Agency | Country: Haiti | Amount: $40000 | Funded in 2013-14

    HIDA is working to help 700 families affected by food insecurity in mountainous Haitian communities. Through established cooperatives, families will receive seeds and training to grow short-cycle crops. Support provided will also enable cooperatives to stock grains for future seasons, providing a safety net in case of ongoing insecurity.

  • Relief for Earthquake Survivors - Bohol, Philippines

    HOPE International Development Agency | Country: Philippines | Amount: $35000 | Funded in 2013-14

    On October 15, 2013, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Bohol, Philippines, displacing 380,000 people and destroying 45,000 homes. Families now living in emergency camps and shelters lack basic necessities for survival. This project will provide emergency food, water, shelter materials, and medical relief to 6,000 vulnerable, displaced, and underserved families.

  • Relief for Typhoon Haiyan Survivors in Leyte

    HOPE International Development Agency | Country: Philippines | Amount: $10000 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project will supply food, bedding, soap and pails to 1,000 vulnerable, displaced and underserved families (5,000 people) in Javier municipality of Leyte province in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. These families are living in damaged homes or emergency shelters and lack the basic necessities for survival.

  • Cash Grants, Livelihood Asset Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction in Ishkhufban

    Save the Children - Canada | Country: Somalia | Amount: $24,000 | Funded in 2012/2013

    SCC continues to provide food security and livelihood support to vulnerable households in Somalia via cash grants and animal health interventions. Cash Grants, Livelihood Asset Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction in Ishkhufban includes training in disaster risk reduction and implementation of measures to increase community resilience.