The Climatebender is a non-profit organisation that provides humanitarian relief to communities vulnerable to the climate crisis - turning climate risk into resilience.

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We have raised over S$170,000 for over 16,000 beneficiaries across 11 countries worldwide.

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Vulnerable communities overseas in conflict-stricken, disaster-impacted and rural areas are affected disproportionately by the climate crisis.

Turning Climate Risk to Resilience for

Rural Communities

Rural communities are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Humanitarian relief can enhance their climate resilience by addressing the immediate impacts of climate-related disasters and supporting longer-term solutions that promote sustainability and resilience.

Conflict-stricken Communities

Communities stricken by conflict have restricted access to natural resources such as water resources and climate change is expected to exacerbate this water scarcity. Limited access to critical infrastructure also makes it more difficult for communities to respond to climate-related disasters and adapt to the impacts of climate change impacts. It is important to recognize the complex interplay between climate change and conflict and to work towards solutions that address these interconnected challenges in a just and sustainable manner.

Disaster-impacted Communities

Humanitarian relief can enhance climate resilience for disaster-impacted communities by providing immediate assistance, promoting the development of resilient infrastructure, supporting the restoration of ecosystems, and building community capacity to adapt to the impacts of climate change.

HUMANITARIAN RELIEF 2021-2023

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DELIVERING HUMANITARIAN RELIEF TO

FLOOD VICTIMS IN LIBYA

PARTNER: Global Ehsan Relief Singapore

Libya Flood Relief

After two dams and four bridges collapsed as a result of the devastating Storm Daniel, the already fractured Libya was ill-prepared for what was to come. Thousands of people are still missing and the death toll is expected to reach as high as 20,000. Many people were asleep when their homes collapsed on them and were swept to sea.

Disaster victims require a variety of supplies, including food, drink, blankets, mattresses, and other items. The following needs must be met for the individuals who were evacuated from those areas since entire villages were destroyed by the flood.

RURAL VILLAGERS IN BANGLADESH

PARTNER: THE ROSE OF MADINA

Flood Resilience and Clean water for rural villages.

Together with the Rose of Madina, we will be delivering flood and water resilience through flood resilient shelters, emergency relief food, public sanitation facilities and water pumps.


Bangladesh- Munshigang, Dhaka

a) Flood Resilient Shelters

b) Flood Emergency Relief Food/month

c) Public Sanitation Facilities

d) Clean Drinking Water through water pumps

RURAL VILLAGERS IN CAMBODIA

PARTNER: EMAAN CATALYST COMMUNITY

RURAL VILLAGERS IN PHILIPPINES

PARTNER: WATEROAM

Flood Resilience for rural villages.

Together with the Rose of Madina, we will be delivering flood resilience through emergency relief food, response equipment and capacity building.

Philippines - Pangasinan

a) Flood Emergency Relief Food/month: $150

b) Flood Emergency Response Equipment: $200

c) Flood Emergency Response Capacity building: $300

RURAL VILLAGERS IN SRI LANKA

PARTNER: Global Ehsan Relief

2.2 billion people still do not have access to safe drinking water.

Together with Global Ehsan Relief, we will be building wells for rural villages to have access to safe drinking water in Cambodia and Sri Lanka.

REFUGESS IN UKRAINE

PARTNER: Red Cross Singapore

More than 4 million refugees have fled Ukraine since the conflict began. Around 30 percent of the people in need are elderly. Humanitarian needs are expected to increase massively as the conflict continues to intensify. More funds are required to aid the expected massive humanitarian operations that delivers clean drinking water and hygiene kits. (Partner: Singapore Red Cross)

REFUGEES IN PALESTINE

PARTNER: FOOD FOR CHANGE SINGAPORE

Over 1,000,000 people do not have access to safe drinking water supply. This is more than half of households of Gaza, Palestine.

Partner: Food for Change Singapore

Project: Palestine Water Desalination Plants

Location: Rafah city, Palestine

Background: The oppression has destroyed the region, disrupting one of the most basic needs of survival - water. We will be providing a long-term, sustainable water desalination system that can provide 24-hour access to clean drinking water to Al-Quds Secondary School for Girls in Rafah city, Palestine. There are 1900 girls studying enrolled in the school currently.

REFUGESS IN MYANMAR

PARTNER: WATEROAM

10 million people lack access to clean drinking water in Myanmar. Amongst them, refugee populations are the most vulnerable group of all. ‚ÄčInternally displaced personnel (IDPs) fall victim to water-borne illnesses, extreme dehydration and death. Your contribution has supported our campaign to provide a clean and safe supply of drinking water through 30 Wateroam water filters to 11 village and internally displaced person communities.

REFUGEES IN YEMEN

PARTNER EHSAN RELIEF SINGAPORE

EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS IN TURKIYE

PARTNER: Red Cross Singapore

Thousands of children and families are in need of water supplies after two devastating earthquakes struck Turkiye which killed 45,000 and injured 100,000 across the 11 most affected provinces of Turkey.

Project: Humanitarian Response to Turkiye Earthquake

Location: Turkiye

Background: On 6 February 2023, 2 devasting earthquakes struck Turkey. Due to water shortage experienced in both countries, many survivors could not shower or maintain basic hygiene. To provide the victims of the disaster with WASH equipment and water filtration systems that can provide the victims of the earthquake with safe drinking water and improving their hygiene situation through clean water for washing purposes.

FLOOD VICTIMS IN PAKISTAN

PARTNER: Wateroam

Thousands of children and families in need of water supplies after suffering major floods which killed 1,500 and caused 1/3 of Pakistan to be underwater.

Project: Pakistan Flood Relief

Location: Pakistan (Badin, Tando Muhammad khan, Tando Allahyar, Sujawal, Sanghar)

Background: Massive floods inundated homes and plantations causing 1,500 deaths, communities to be displaced, livestock lost and plantations damaged. Supply and access to clean water affected. To empower humanitarian workers and volunteers with equipment to provide safe drinking water to communities affected by floods or poor families. To provide hybrid wells in rural villagers without access to safe drinking water.

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