SmartAID jumped into action working alongside our local partners to address the horrible unfolding COVID crisis in India.
Even when the world was in lockdown, SmartAID was able to accomplish allot this past year thanks to our supporters globally and partners on the ground.
SmartAID in partnership with DHL and FLTR with the support of SEKO Logistics have kicked started a unique national initiative
We worked with our partners to deliver and install a solar-powered computer lab in Torit, South Sudan.
SmartAid responds to the devastating explosion in Beirut with supplies of medical equipment to hospitals and health facilities and treating those affected by the catastrophe.
SmartAID is working hard to expand its COVID19 response via the distribution of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and medical items, as well as growing a global Open Data initiative.
A team of 10 was sent by smartAID to work alongside local NGO BlazeAID to help recovery efforts on Kangaroo Island after devastating bushfires.
International Aid Group SmartAID provides hundreds of thousands of masks and health related items to support local health officials treating Coronavirus patients in hospitals in China
smartAID built a hub for all NGOs to work effectively from, including telecommunications infrastructure.
Four years ago ISIS executed a genocide in Northern Iraq, in Sinjar, Kurdistan. Thousands of Yazidi men were slaughtered. Thousands of the women were taken as sex slaves, and the children were taken as well.
smartAID (previously iAID) team sent and distributed over 5,000 solar powered lanterns into Kurdistan
In September 2017, Mexico City experienced a 7.1 earthquake, which killed hundreds of people and left a wake of destruction.
In late October, 2018 a horrific Tsunami hit Palu. Buildings crumbled. Thousands of people died. Over 5,000 still missing...
Thanks to the generous financial support of a private investor in the United States, iAID has completed two lifesaving emergency aid missions to help South…
The 2017 hurricane season has been devastating for Puerto Rico’s 3.4 million residents. One of the major challenges has been resurrecting the island’s antiquated electricity...