URDA Spain Worldwide
Our international work focuses on improving the quality of life of thousands of refugees and migrants who have been affected by conflicts, wars and natural disasters that generate the forced displacement of people around the world.
How do we do it?
We respond immediately to natural disasters and movements of displaced people in need of urgent emergency assistance with the primary objective of covering basic needs for food, aid and shelter.
We carry out sustainable development actions in the aftermath of a humanitarian crisis or emergency in order to boost the independence, development and autonomy capacities of individuals and communities.
Intervention in refugee camps
From URDA Spain we develop various lines of intervention in 36 refugee camps in Lebanon to support the needs of thousands of displaced people.
Psycho-social and educational support
As part of our development cooperation programs, we implement social, psychological and educational support actions for people in vulnerable situations, especially displaced children living in refugee camps in Lebanon.
We generate spaces for the empowerment of refugee women in order to strengthen their autonomy, support their emotional recovery and promote labor inclusion that allows the generation of resources and the reduction of their situation of need.
Our work in numbers
Humanitarian aid and development cooperation
Winter and food kits delivered
Children with psychosocial and educational support
Refugee camps that benefit from our work
Homes rehabilitated after Beirut explosion
Hospitals rehabilitated after Beirut blast
The biggest impact on people
We want to ensure that our work improves people’s quality of life, so every year we measure how we have achieved this.
By 2020, we achieved more than 420,000 positive impacts in our programs around the world.
420,000 positive impacts