Humanitarian Coalition
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Who We Are

The Humanitarian Coalition brings together leading aid organizations to provide Canadians with a simple and effective way to help during international humanitarian disasters. Member agencies join forces to raise funds, partner with the government, and mobilize media, businesses and individual Canadians. Together, we are saving more lives.

Latest Emergency Responses

When disaster strikes, the Humanitarian Coalition can provide help quickly to those who need it most. Whether it be a major international emergency or smaller to medium-scale crises, our member agencies are ready to provide assistance and save lives.

An injured child lies outside

Earthquake, Pakistan

September 2019

Flooding, Sudan

September 2019
Fires burning in brush

Forest fires, Bolivia

September 2019

Flooding, Mali

September 2019

Stories

Meet people who have benefited from your support.

What’s even better than a roof?

December 9, 2019

When Cyclone Kenneth destroyed the homes and livelihoods of thousands of people like Rahima, it also contaminated drinking water and cut off communications.  The Humanitarian Coalition and our member agencies had to act fast.

Children in CFS run by Plan Canada

Kids in crisis: how safe spaces help

October 10, 2019

After the earthquake disaster in Indonesia, as in many humanitarian crisis situations, the Humanitarian Coalition supported the operation of Child-friendly spaces (CFS) to respond to some of the special needs of children.

Oxfam-Québec supported the distribution of buckets and soap

September 16, 2019

Some 4,000 people who fled the flooding from Cyclone Idai in Malawi and Mozambique found refuge in Bangula Camp, Malawi. To enable access to drinking water and better hygiene, Oxfam-Québec supported the distribution of buckets and soap to the camp residents.

6 months after Cyclone Idai, mother and child

Food for a mom and her baby to come

September 16, 2019

Just a little over two weeks ago, Mwadaine Nasiyaya gave birth to a healthy baby girl, who she named Tamandani. Things could have been very different.

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