Responding to Emergencies
In times of conflict or disaster, IHC will address immediate survival needs directly following an emergency — and help individuals, families and communities rebuild their lives in the weeks, months and years to come.
- Focusing on Food
- Cultivating Food Security
- Hunger in Emergencies
Focusing On Food
International Humanitarian Care mission is to provide food and nutrition security work spans from responding to emergencies to enabling people to sustainably increase productivity, access markets, build resilience to climate change, and ensure the nutrition of their families. International Humanitarian Care emphasize the role that small-scale food producers play in ensuring the food and nutrition security of all – and particularly emphasize the role and rights of women as food producers and consumers. To achieve our goal of having 50 million poor and vulnerable people improve their food and nutrition security and their resilience to climate change. This works to strengthen gender equality and women’s voice, promotes inclusive governance, and works to create resilience. We look at the four pillars of food and nutrition security: access, availability, utilization, and stability.
Cultivating Food Security
International Humanitarian Care will work with governments and communities to ensure sustainable food security for the world’s poorest people.
Hunger In Emergencies
International Humanitarian Care planning when disaster strikes, hunger and malnutrition are not far behind. International Humanitarian Care will be on the ground in crisis areas to provide lifesaving food, nutrition and medical care.
What Drives Us
International Humanitarian Care is a national and international humanitarian organization whose mission is to relieve the suffering of those in need, and create a better world for all.