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Making a real difference

Real Relief provides life-improving and life-saving relief solutions to people in developing countries

RealRelief focus areas

How do we instill hope?

Sustainable Development Goals 

As a global initiative the SDG’s were born in 2012 at the Rio de Janeiro United Nations Conference on sustainable development. 

Their objective is the produce a set of universal goals, addressing the urgent political, environmental and economic challenges facing our world. 

As such, the SDG’s are a continuation of the Sustainable Millennium Goals (SMGs)established in 2000 as measurable, universally-agreed objectives for tackling extreme poverty, hunger, deadly diseases and primary education for all children. 

Over the past 15 years, the MDG’s made huge strides in combatting primarily HIV/AIDS, and other diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis. 

News

Get funding through the HIF Adoption Challenge

15.12.2020Do you want to adopt a promising new solution? Get support through the HIF Adoption Challenge!Do you want to be at the frontline of exploring the potential of new WASH technologies, processes or approaches that can improve outcomes for people affected by crisis?Read more…

Danish Lutheran Mission’s project in Tanzania

14.12.2020Ruth Bach Svendsen from Danish Lutheran Mission in Arusha, Tanzania tells:With the LMU project "Schooling for girls", the Danish Lutheran Mission has during the last months been visiting more than 30 schools on the outer edges of Arusha county in Tanzania and distributedRead more…

Welcome to the WASH Innovation Marketplace!

27.11.2020Instead of offering grants directly to innovators, HIF / ERLHA are now offering to help humanitarians reduce the financial risk of adopting new solutions. Have a peek at some of the innovations on offer before the launch of the funding call in a few weeks.To fully appreciate the innovationRead more…

Safepad production- reusable menstrual pad

29.10.2020The project at a glance. Safepad production in Nepal is based on an agreement between SEIT Nepal, Real Relief Denmark and BGN Denmark. As a result, Nepali schoolgirls and women will benefit from the availability, now also in Nepal, of Safepad™, the reusable menstrual pad from Real Relief.Read more…

Get funding through the HIF Adoption Challenge

15.12.2020Do you want to adopt a promising new solution? Get support through the HIF Adoption Challenge!Do you want to be at the frontline of exploring the potential of new WASH technologies, processes or approaches that can improve outcomes for people affected by crisis?Read more…

Danish Lutheran Mission’s project in Tanzania

14.12.2020Ruth Bach Svendsen from Danish Lutheran Mission in Arusha, Tanzania tells:With the LMU project "Schooling for girls", the Danish Lutheran Mission has during the last months been visiting more than 30 schools on the outer edges of Arusha county in Tanzania and distributedRead more…

Welcome to the WASH Innovation Marketplace!

27.11.2020Instead of offering grants directly to innovators, HIF / ERLHA are now offering to help humanitarians reduce the financial risk of adopting new solutions. Have a peek at some of the innovations on offer before the launch of the funding call in a few weeks.To fully appreciate the innovationRead more…

Safepad production- reusable menstrual pad

29.10.2020The project at a glance. Safepad production in Nepal is based on an agreement between SEIT Nepal, Real Relief Denmark and BGN Denmark. As a result, Nepali schoolgirls and women will benefit from the availability, now also in Nepal, of Safepad™, the reusable menstrual pad from Real Relief.Read more…

Real Relief partners

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