Humanitarian Action

Humanitarian Action

RREMAR understands Humanitarian Aid as a diverse set of actions to help disaster victims, aimed at alleviating their suffering, guaranteeing their subsistence, protecting their fundamental rights and defending their dignity, as well as, sometimes, slowing down the process of socio-economic destructuring of the community and preparing them for natural disasters.

Our targets are:

The provision of basic goods and services to guarantee the subsistence of those affected by a disaster and to alleviate their situation of need.





Measures aimed at reducing the vulnerability and socio-economic disintegration of families and communities. avoid the serious loss of income and purchasing power of the most vulnerable. avoid the total decapitalization of those affected by a disaster. Avoid the exodus of affected families by seeking aid to prevent it. Generate capacities that contribute to subsequent recovery and development, by improving the technical knowledge of the population, training of personnel and local institutions, and the creation of necessary infrastructures.


The preparedness for potential natural disasters and short-term rehabilitation activities.


The protection of victims of war and other disasters, understood as the defence of their fundamental human rights, the recognition and defence of respect for their dignity, and the demand for compliance with international humanitarian law in situations of armed conflict.


We work out of love for God and neighbour, taking care of the weakest and most vulnerable “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me.” Matthew 25:35

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