DELIVERING IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY RELIEF
Providing immediate relief when disasters strike
What we do
Distribution of safe drinking water
Water sources and distribution systems are often polluted or damaged in disaster situations bringing the risk of disease. As a priority, Friendship provides safe drinking water to communities during emergency situations until an operational infrastructure is restored.
Provision of shelter
Char dwellers frequently lose their homes due to natural disasters. We provide them with immediate and short-term shelter, shelter kits and rebuilding assistance to facilitate the reconstruction of their home.
Distribution of food packs and essentials
Friendship distributes food and other essential supplies to communities stricken by disaster.
We provide immediate medical support to the disaster-affected char communities. We coordinate teams of paramedics and doctors both from Bangladesh and abroad. We also arrange emergency healthcamps for the injured.
How we deliver relief
Cooperation with other relief agencies
We aim to deliver rapid, quality assistance to disaster-affected communities in a cohesive manner. We are able to do so by closely collaborating with other governmental and non-governmental agencies in relief efforts.
Each of our river ambulances is able to ferry up to 15 medical staff members at a time to a disaster stricken area.