Where it mattered most, we stood together…

(An excerpt from Madan Padak’s note in our Annual Impact Report 2020-21)

“At no other time in recent history has the strength of the global community been tested so acutely. By the same token, at no other time has it launched such a unified humanitarian response to a crisis.

I saw that same spirit of solidarity and empathy permeate our organization this last year – reflected in both the team’s tireless efforts on behalf of impacted communities as well as the support extended us by various partners.

Here are just some of the important ways we have stood together in the past thirteen months or more:

(For more of Madan’s note, our Theory of Change, impact data and stories of change, click on the image below).


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