Three Pillars of HAI
The national platform
HAI Manages a national platform in India of grassroots CSOs, so that response to a disaster could be launched quickly. As of now, HAI has 27 members from 15 states and the list is growing. Want to join us?
national pooled fund
HAI Manages a national pooled fund for disaster response, so that response time to a disaster could be brought down to 24-36 hours. A quicker response helps to save more lives and ensure faster recovery. Please click here to read more.
HAI is developing a national roster with professionals from various disciplines and volunteers to provide immediate surge capacity during responses to mega disasters. A policy is being developed.
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Current campaigns of HAI
Current campaigns of HAI are listed below. Please read about them in detail. Do help and support to make each of them succeed in making a difference for mankind.
The HAI campaign against hunger provides nutritious food to patients and their attendants in Delhi’s hospitals. It would cost only ₹15 to feed a hungry person.
HAI is coming up with a comprehensive plan for providing immediate relief as well as rehabilitation support to the Pak Hindu refugee families.
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HAI Volunteers in Action
Transparency: HAI member AGUP shares the budget with the target community.
Support from Indian civil society to support flood affected in Assam.
HAI is a movement of Indians across the world fighting poverty, hunger and violence
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See what people are saying about HAI
Here are the great words of appreciation from eminent people who love HAI
HAI’s focus on enabling the grassroots NGOs towards disaster risk reduction and mitigation is a unique one. It is commendable that HAI is working towards the national agenda of community level preparedness and their resilience building to be able to respond to a bigger disaster
Nidhi PundhirDirector – Corporate Social Responsibility, HCL Foundation
HAI has been playing a constructive and effective role in mitigating disasters facing the communities. It’s efforts to initiate processes, that ensure greater access to funds to local organizations in pursuing disaster linked activities need active support from all stakeholders who care for such a cause.
Prof. Dr. Milindo ChakrabartiO.P. Jindal Global University
HAI is trying to fill a vacuum that has always been very tangible to us. It is surely an uphill task, but a meaningful one. Like the billion odd souls that define the idea of India, it is the support of individuals like you and me who can help HAI on its journey to help our own people. Remember, charity starts at home and India is our home.
Yashwant DeshmukhManaging Director, CVoter
It’s been a pleasure working with Humanitarian Aid International. This pioneering organisation constructively challenges and changes disfunction in the system. Their contributions to the wider sector, and the Start Network membership and network development in specific, remain an inspiration for me.
Sean LowrieDirector, Start Network
HAI has been able to take the learnings from its programme experience to successfully influence national and international policy debates. From its foundation a mere year ago HAI is now recognised in international policy fora as a respected and authoritative organisation.
Anne StreetFormer Head of Humanitarian Policy, CAFOD, London
Through HAI’s constructive input, thoughtful insight, in-depth experience and bold interventions, HAI has helped to shape policies and recommendations at the international level, including the first Annual Synthesis Report on progress against the Agenda for Humanity since the World Humanitarian Summit.
Kathryn KatchProject Manager – WHS
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