Counterpart International's Humanitarian Assistance Program has mobilized both communities and diverse donor resources to help the world’s most vulnerable populations: children, orphans, the poor, the elderly, the disabled, refugees from war and victims of disasters. Counterpart provides a bridge between immediate, basic needs and long-term development. Ensuring that people have homes and food may only be the first step in developing a prospering society, but it is an essential one in helping communities help themselves long after the foreign aid withdraws.
Since 1992, Counterpart has acquired, delivered and tracked nearly $1 billion worth of humanitarian aid to 61 countries. Counterpart has shipped over 7,500 containers worldwide, relying on its network of over 80 dedicated public and private donors to supply a variety of humanitarian assistance to its projects overseas.
Through a range of programs Counterpart implements:
Counterpart also provides humanitarian assistance through the following funding mechanisms:
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Our capabilities within Humanitarian Assistance: