DisasterLink: A Pre-Positioned Disaster Response Network in Asia
When disaster strikes, Give2Asia’s network of local disaster response charities provides immediate relief and facilitates long-term recovery.
A curated team of experienced, local nonprofits
DisasterLink is a network of trusted partners in countries at high risk for natural disasters. Each member is highly invested in the areas they serve, enabling them to help communities rebuild and recover long after the immediate crisis is over.
Our disaster response philosophy
Successful disaster response depends on proper preparation. Give2Asia supports our DisasterLink network members by:
- We increase and strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations to prepare their communities for disasters.
- We share technical resources and expertise so all can benefit.
- We connect members to facilitate partnerships and alliances across disaster-affected countries.
An Organization for Socio-Economic Development (AOSED)
Develop a prosperous society with no acumen based on race, caste, gender, or occupation.
Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS)
Better home for better life through Integrated Farming Approach
Caritas Manila, Inc.
Caritas Manila is a social service and development ministry of the Archdiocese of Manila.
NFD Centre for Environment Education Society (CEE)
Ensuring environmental education leads to action for sustainable development across India
Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM)
DAM envisions for well being of the human community and care for nature.
Barter between urban underutilized material and community efforts
Group for Technical Assistance
Promoting and improving standards of living and well-being
Human Development Center (HDC) Nepal
HDC Nepal works for Social &Community Development for Positive Change.
Indo Global Social Service Society (IGSSS)
A nonprofit that supports development programs across India.
International Institute of Rural Reconstruction
Community development, operational research & training organization for poverty mitigation
Japan Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (JVOAD)
Coordinating to provide the support needed for those in a disaster
Nyaya Health Nepal
Improve Healthcare For Underserved Communities
Peace Boat Disaster Relief
Assisting disaster-affected communities for recovery and strengthening disaster resilience
Peace Winds Japan
Providing humanitarian assistance to those in need around the world.
Philippine Business for Social Progress, Inc. (PBSP)
An organization that helps uplift the lives of Filipinos through various programs.
Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation
Helping the Philippines respond to COVID-19 through private sector coordination
Rescue Stock Yard (RSY)
Learning from disasters and delivering lessons for safer and resilient communities.
Building unified communities by focusing on equitable participation and sustainability.
Spreeha Bangladesh Foundation
Empowering people with access to health, education, skills, and humanitarian response.
Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society (SEEDS)
Building resilience through innovations
Meet the DisasterLink network members
Click on any organization to learn more or support their work.