emergency relief

Organizations are helping thousands who have been injured or left homeless.
The Atlantic identifies the country's overtaxed infrastructure and initial resistance to foreign aid as potential reasons
We need to show greater compassion and solidarity with the people of Pakistan at this critical time. The task for Pakistan is monumental; the recovery and rebuilding will take months and years.
Some 50 developing countries face recurrent natural disasters, yet many don't seem to recognize they will recur. Almost half the countries borrowing from the World Bank did not mention disaster prevention in their development plans.
The impact of social networks and new media on fundraising for emergency relief efforts in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake is a truly inspiring sign that philanthropy has entered the 21st century.
Haiti's development plan shouldn't be identical to that of Rwanda, but what the two countries do have in common are local solutions to unthinkable problems.