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Disaster Relief Support

Increasing community capacity to prepare for and respond to disasters

Raah-e-Najaat's Disaster Management project seeks to give quick and effective help to areas affected by natural disasters. Our method incorporates Preparedness, Response, Recovery, and Rehabilitation into a 'Building Back Safer' approach. We employ post-disaster recovery programmes to make buildings and communities more resilient to future hazards. Raah-e-Najaat conducts an annual risk assessment and mapping of sensitive regions in India to improve its emergency response readiness. The major focus of our Disaster Management Mission is long-term engagement with impacted communities and attempts to offer them with urgent support for recovery.

The process of responding to a disaster by giving humanitarian help to individuals and communities affected by some type of calamity It entails coping with and minimizing hazards, as well as preparing, sustaining, and rebuilding society when natural or man-made disasters occur. In general, emergency management is the ongoing process by which all individuals, groups, and communities manage risks in order to avoid or mitigate the effect of catastrophes caused by the hazards. The actions done are influenced in part by the risk perceptions of individuals who are exposed. Effective disaster management is dependent on the comprehensive integration of emergency plans at all levels of government and non-government engagement. Activities at each level (individual, group, and community) have an impact on the others.

Provide immediate support to disaster-affected communities and respond to the crisis via recovery and rehabilitation programmes to ensure their long-term development.

The Relief & Response programme of Raah-e-Najaat strives to satisfy the urgent needs of disaster-affected individuals in the areas of emergency shelter, safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene, livelihood and food security, and sexual and reproductive health. A larger focus is laid upon marginalised households and women & girls, as they are the most susceptible sections of the society.

Construct interim shelters for those whose homes have been damaged by catastrophes and rebuild impacted structures with disaster risk reduction elements.

Raah-e-Najaat's Recovery programme seeks to restore and reconstruct disaster-damaged homes in order to provide safe living circumstances for those impacted. To strengthen the durability of damaged structures, repair and rebuilding work is carried out using current disaster-mitigation measures. Women are integrated into reconstruction operations to generate new work prospects for homes who have lost their livelihood. Raah-e-Najaat also encourages women to co-own the rebuilt property to close the gender gap in their community.

Our Focus Areas




Disaster Management

Implementation of systematic activities to reduce catastrophe risk and prepare communities to deal with calamities in the future.

Raah-e-Najaat's Preparedness project adheres to humanitarian accountability principles and standards, knowledge development, and gathered evidence on excellent practises through post-action assessments, post-distribution monitoring, and a complaint and feedback channel. Pre-positioning relief materials, contingency funding, national and state emergency preparation plans, and improving the capacities of emergency roster employees and local NGO partners enhance our ability to respond effectively and efficiently.

Support a culture of disaster avoidance and impact reduction at the individual, community, and system levels by sharing information, promoting creative behaviors, and providing appropriate education.

The Prevention and Mitigation effort of Raah-e-Najaat strives to identify high-risk areas and equip the communities that live there to better respond to catastrophes by increasing their resilience. Our community-centric risk mitigation and vulnerability reduction methods are carried out in collaboration with key stakeholders, with the goal of reducing the effect of catastrophes on vulnerable communities.

How you can help us

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