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Responders without Borders

Responders Without Borders society was founded in 2015 with the intention of gathering first responders from across the globe together to form a voluntary response team. Here at Responders Without Borders we implement new ideas on how we can effectively help sufferers of wars, natural disasters and disease epidemics. 

As part of our mission we provide first aid training to different local communities and organize different fundraising events. All the gathered funds will be implemented to our cause of responding to different areas of conflict around the globe. All our members and staff are volunteers who share the same vision and passion of helping those in need.  


Today, Responders Without Borders has members in four different countries across the globe. We are open to new partnerships and we welcome all those who share the same view as us to our organization. Even if your contribution cannot singlehandedly send a Firefighter, Medical Provider or Community Helper to assist, your involvement and promotion of Responders Without Borders will ensure that first responders will be on hand to provide support and relief services to those who seek to protect help.

Yemen Mission Relief

Yemen, located on the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, is plagued by widespread violence, poverty, malnutrition and cholera, amounting to one of the world's most severe humanitarian crises of our time. The RWB is currently organizing fundraising events to help relief the sufferers of war in Yemen. All the gathered funds will be donated to Doctors Without Borders at this time. 

It has been estimated eighty percent of Yemen’s population is in need of emergency relief and humanitarian assistance. Since the beginning of the civil war more than 70,000 people in Yemen have been killed since early 2016. There have been 18,000 conflict related civilian casualties in the last year alone. 3.3 million uprooted as a result of this conflict.

Continued fighting prevents shipments of food and fuel from entering the country. Hospitals do not have diesel fuel to operate generators during power cuts, and ambulances have run out of gasoline. Stocks of antibiotics and critical medical supplies have been depleted.

The RWB’s mission is to help people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and gain control of their future.

For further information please contact us via our website.

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