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Bringing Hope in a Crisis
Tue 6 September 2016, 19:00 – 21:00 BST
Bringing Hope in a Crisis:
Serve the most vulnerable & use your professional skills to bring relief & recovery!
Whether you’re new to relief work or experienced please join the Medair team for an evening to find out how you can join in with our work around the world; hear first hand accounts from field workers and have your questions answered!
We would love you to join us to find out more about how you could be part of our journey and see if you could join in working with our experienced teams who carry out our projects in close connection with communities, listening to their needs, helping them improve their essential services, and providing them with training for the future. Medair not only provides health care, water, and shelter to the vulnerable, we also help people recover their well-being. We do this by making the effort to be present with them, even when it takes extra time and extraordinary effort. We stay to listen to people’s stories. We grieve with them, laugh with them, and show them we truly care. Time and again, the people we serve thank us for standing alongside them as much as for anything else. In all we do, we pursue the highest professional standards of quality, accountability, and sustainability.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in September,
Development Officer, Medair UK
Medair brings life-saving relief and rehabilitation in disasters, conflict areas, and other crises by working alongside the most vulnerable. Our mission is to seek out and serve the vulnerable women, children, and men in crisis who live in often difficult-to-access regions in Africa and Asia, and other areas with extraordinary need.
We are a non-governmental organisation (NGO), with internationally recruited staff who are motivated by their Christian faith to care for people in need. Our work is compassionate and practical, providing life-saving care and support that upholds the dignity and independence of every person, regardless of race, religion, or politics.