The Emergency Appeals Alliance is a unique global partnership which currently unites ten national joint appeal organisations in a common purpose. Our mission is to share knowledge and resources to enable our members to increase the funds they raise for overseas emergencies and ensure this money is spent effectively.

Why a Joint Appeal?

Why a Joint Appeal?

Joint appeals improve public reach, reduce costs, enhance accountability and strengthen fundraising results.

Why a Global Alliance?

Why a Global Alliance?

A global alliance is vital to the growth, maturity and success of contemporary aid funding and delivery.

Meet our Members

Meet our Members

Our current members are from Austria, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

RECENT NEWS FROM OUR MEMBERS

The value of Aid 2016 - published by AGIRE

THE VALUE OF AID 2016 – RESOURCES FOR THE RESPONSE TO HUMANITARIAN EMERGENCIES. AGIRE has launched on the 16th of […]

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Flood affected Vietnam receive Canadian humanitarian aid

Thanks to the Canadian Humanitarian Assistance Fund, survivors of extensive flooding in Vietnam will receive immediate life-saving assistance from Humanitarian Coalition member Save the Children Canada.

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Hurricane Matthew in Haiti

On 4 October 2016, Hurricane Matthew ravaged the southwest of Haiti. According to aid workers, there is a real threat of famine. Many areas are still inaccessible. 1.4 million people urgently need help, including nearly 600,000 children. There is not enough food for the survivors. In addition, there is the risk that cholera will spread. Several EAA members (Swiss Solidarity, Radio Hjalpen, ADH) have activated National Appeals while others like Humanitarian Coalition, AGIRE and Nachbar in Not, are mobilizing to raise awareness amongst their own donors.

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Radiohjälpen 20 years anniversary

This year marked 20 years since Radiohjälpen’s largest fundraiser, Children of the World (Världens Barn) was launched. Fifteen organisations joined Radiohjälpen, Swedish Television and Swedish Radio in a major effort that continues throughout the year, but peaks early October.

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