Currently, over 2.8 million people have been displaced, either because locals are too afraid to return to structurally unsound homes, or because there is no home to return to.
In an effort to keep these people protected from the elements as the monsoon season begins, the All Hands Team is working to distribute tarps and help construct emergency shelters to accommodate those sleeping on the streets and in fields.
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All Hands Volunteers is not your ordinary disaster response organization. Our volunteers aren’t ordinary, our projects aren’t ordinary, the needs we meet aren’t ordinary. We move into communities and call them home. This means we can listen to what the real needs of the community are, and every set of volunteers has unique strengths which come into play in finding creative ways to serve these differing needs. Nothing’s too outside of the box, because to us, there is no box to begin with.
Immediate Response | Kathmandu, Nepal
On April 25th, a 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal near the capital city of Kathmandu. As Nepal suffers from its worst earthquake in more than 80 years, reports continue to come in with increasing numbers of fatalities and mass destruction to infrastructure and homes. Aftershocks still shake the country and those who lost their homes are...LEARN MORE >
Rebuild & Recovery | Detroit, Michigan, USA
Beginning in the afternoon of August 11, 2014, a large storm system moved across parts of southeastern Michigan. The system produced record one-day rainfall totals, flooding basements all across the greater Detroit area, and closing major roadways. Working with the State of Michigan and Wayne Metro Community Action Agency we received a grant to “muck...LEARN MORE >