We believe that communities should not have to endure on-going long-term effects of disasters. Our interventions build post-disaster resilience and capacity of communities to recover. We enhance the networks and structures that prepare them better to deal with future disasters. It is our belief that communities need sustainable infrastructure and the access to equipment and supplies to not only endure the immediate disaster, but to be able to recover and build a better future.
We focus on creating unfettered channels to ensure high quality and sustainable infrastructure that save lives and facilitate long term recovery of communities.
When a disaster hits, local institutions and providers are on the frontlines of supporting communities that face devastation. Our partners build local capacities to create sustainable mechanisms within communities so they can cope with and recover from emergencies.
We believe that access to necessary medical and other equipment and supplies gives communities a better chance to recover from disasters. We work with our partners to ensure that the necessary equipment and supplies are readily available to the frontline responders and organizations.
March 15, 2021
While the world was turned upside down in 2020 due to the COVID 19 pandemic, in India, LEHS|WISH was actively providing technical support to state-governments in their containment and response strategy to combat the disease in the states of Assam, Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
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