RedR Australia

For engineers driven to provide relief to those in need.

RedR Australia is a humanitarian agency at the forefront of international emergency relief initiatives. As a standby partner to eight United Nations relief agencies and other organisations, RedR Australia provides expertise and assistance for disaster relief and humanitarian efforts.

Engineers making a difference

RedR has provided help to 80+ countries for over two decades, utilising the skills and focus of engineering to repair infrastructure, coordinate response efforts and telecommunications, manage the movement of essential supplies and more.

As the only standby partner of the UN in the Asia Pacific region, RedR Australia serves as a crucial component of global aid in the 21st century.

Relief – engineered

With a standby register of skilled volunteers and training programs, RedR Australia approaches recovery efforts with a discipline to match its dedication. Efficacy in the face of emergency provides comfort and confidence to those in need. Engineers and professionals who support RedR Australia have the skills and drive to facilitate positive change in the face of adversity.

RedR Australia offers humanitarian training programs that provide skilled professionals with the knowledge and abilities they need to help those in emergency situations. With partner organisations such as UNICEF and WFP, RedR Australia has successfully trained Australian and Asia Pacific volunteers for nearly two decades.

Disaster and emergency stricken environments present new challenges to even the most skilled professionals. RedR Australia's training programs are invaluable to those entering dynamic and challenging situations. Technical skills are complemented by humanitarian training delivered through a variety of methods including exploring realistic scenarios.

Australian relief with global reach

RedR Australia serves those in need in locations such as:

  • Papua New Guinea
  • Fiji
  • Thailand
  • Laos
  • Mongolia
  • Greece
  • Macedonia
  • Slovenia
  • Serbia
  • Turkey
  • Myanmar
  • Nepal
  • Vanuatu
  • Ethiopia
  • Syria
  • Zimbabwe

Get involved with RedR Australia

For engineers seeking a way to make a difference, RedR Australia offers an amazing and fulfilling experience. From assisting those in need, training with dedicated humanitarians or simply donating to the cause, you can help RedR engineer solutions for those that need them the most.

Find out more and lend a hand today

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