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We deliver innovative humanitarian aid solutions   to people in developing countries who have suffered loss following natural or other disasters.
And, importantly, a new start. Rotarians, working to rebuild communities ... together.

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Disaster Aid International has a variety of specialised disaster relief packs for rapid response.

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  • Family Survival Packs A Family Survival Pack provides a family with the basic tools to rebuild their lives.
  • SkyHydrant™ Producing up to 10,000 litres of clean drinking water a day.
  • Solar Gem Bringing safety and security in camps at night with solar-powered lights.

Featured News

DART's on ground in Nepal

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The first phase of the deployment in Nepalis being lead by one of our most experienced DART, Dave Tuzewski (Adelaide, Australia), with the support of one of our newest DARTs, Peter Hazell (Norwich, UK).

Communications and transport in Nepal are still a major issue -  we have a brief report from Dave:

Visited 3 of the 5 north eastern villages we had planned. Very rough roads and also delayed by a very inconvenient puncture.
Never the less we identified 3 communities that meet our criteria of being remote, having had little or no aid so far and have been very badly affected by the quakes.
Apps 50 suitable sites were identified as behind available and safe. Many people are prepared to sacrifice their meager agricultural land for shelter and also move their precious livestock. Shelter is very much needed here and with the monsoon not far away time is precious.

The terrain and land use limits where we can safely locate tents. So all sites are spread over a wide and hilly area.

All villages and sites still had electricity, safe drinking water, and basic sanitation. They also have ongoing support from Ashok and rotary.


Norman Disney & Young gives $20,000

Above L-R: David Langworthy, Chairman Disaster Aid International and Bob Powell, Chairman Disaster Aid Australia, receiving a $20,000 donation from the NDY Charitable Trust, presented by NDY CEO Stuart Fowler, and Australian Regional Director Sam Aloi

The recent devastation caused by natural disasters in both Vanuatu and Nepal has meant increasing pressure on the efforts of organisations such as Disaster Aid Australia (DAA).

Read more: Norman Disney & Young gives $20,000

Disaster Aid International prepares for São Paulo

bg logo-HOCDisaster Aid International will have a bigger than ever prescence at this year's Rotary International Convention in Brazil.

It's been a big year, so we have plenty of news and we'll be able to demonstrate our SkyHydrant fresh water systems, developed with the SkyJuice Foundation.

We look forward to seeing you at booths 205 - 207 in the House of Friendship!

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