SolidarityNow’s action and strategy includes the understanding that as an active member of civil society, it is our responsibility to support in any way we can the members of our society who are affected by disasters.

Taking into account the devastation that climate change can now bring to our lives, as well as the risk of living in an earthquake-prone country, SolidarityNow has integrated the functioning of the emergency response department to disasters, whether technological, man-made or natural.

Our teams of humanitarian aid professionals are constantly trained and are ready to respond to the call of society when it is needed and called upon to act by offering relief to those affected in the context of a post-emergency situation. Our main areas of response are the following five conditions: earthquakes, floods, forest fires, mass displacement/movements of people and extreme weather events.