About Project:

The first people to respond to a disaster are those living in the local community. They are the first to start rescue and relief operations. Path to Humanity Foundation therefore focus on community-based disaster preparedness, which assists communities to reduce their vulnerability to disasters and strengthen their capacities to resist them. We act before, during and after disasters strike, often providing assistance in some of the world’s most hostile environments.

Our disaster management activities seek to:

  • Save lives and reduce human suffering
  • Protect and restore livelihoods
  • Reduce the risks faced by communities affected by disaster and conflict.



Our programmes are designed to eliminate or mitigate hazards within their control, increase community resilience and provide training in disaster risk reduction. Activities aim to:

  • Reduce vulnerabilities – including physical, social, economic and environmental factors that increase susceptibility.
  • Lessen the impacts of natural and man-made conditions that have the potential to adversely impact the lives and livelihoods of communities.
  • Develop and enhance the capacity of individuals, communities and institutions to reduce risk and build up resilience. The better the capacity the more resilient to risk. 



In addition to helping communities and families prepare for disasters, our own preparedness means we are ready to help communities when a disaster strikes.

Stores of relief items are maintained in most countries where we work and in strategically-located disaster response warehouses. These items include:

  • Tarpaulins
  • Household kits
  • Water carriers
  • Reliable access to emergency food supplies
  • Water purification tablets
  • Shelter materials
  • Cooking utensils
  • Blankets

How you can contribute:

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