Long Term Impact

Our target areas for long term sustained organic living non-grid units are for the villages of Backendeeeykey and Ngey-ran in Senegal, Africa. The over all long term effects will be establish consistant to establish generators and solar power units to individual village buildings and villagers to improve


US, Africa...

Program Organizer:

R. Campbell


Program Coordinator:

D. Isaac


Natural Disaster

Natural Disaster is the effect of a natural hazard (such as a flood, hurricane, volcanic eruption, earthquake, tornado, landslide, fire etc. It leads to financial vulnerability, environmental or even human losses. The resulting losses can depend on the affected population to resist the hazard, also called their resilience. This understanding is concentrated in the formulation: "disasters occur when hazards meet vulnerability."

Manmade Disasters

Manmade disasters result from man-made hazards (e.g. threats having an element of human intent, negligence, or error; or involving a failure of a man-made system), as opposed to natural disasters resulting from natural hazards. Man-made hazards or disasters are sometimes referred to as anthropogenic.

911 Survivors

In the year 2001 on September 11th a most outrageous occurrence happened the United States and the World at large. The World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan in New York City that was destroyed. The surviving family members still require some assistance such as counseling services and financial stability to maintain their daily lives.

$50 (USD)

This donation will be used to purchase goods and personal items as needed for survivors and their loved ones during the time of disaster.

$100 (USD)

This donation will be used to buy clothes, shoes, and feminine personal items.

$200 (USD)

This donation will be used to buy materials, rebuild damaged communities.

$300 (USD)

This donation will be used to purchase protective items to support volunteers when building.

$400 (USD)

This donation will be used to buy construction hand held equipment to help in rebuilding properties.

$500 (USD)

This donation will be used to buy materials, for building damaged homes.


For other donations greater than 1000.00 please contact our office.

If any questions feel free to contact us in the "Who We Are" section below. 

Global Disaster Relief Initiative