Disaster, Aid & Humanitarian Work

It's incredible to see the community spirit that takes place during emergency situations such as natural disasters, famine and war and even more profound when you witness first hand and have a small part to play in connecting people who wish to others in their time of need....
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IVI volunteers were some of the first respondants to the cyclone winston disaster relief clean-up.   We received overwhelming enquiries from concerned Australians willing to drop everything and head to Fiji to assist in the clean-up efforts.   We had the priviledge to meet many amazing people.

IVI volunteers were some of the first respondants to the cyclone winston disaster relief clean-up. We received overwhelming enquiries from concerned Australians willing to drop everything and head to Fiji to assist in the clean-up efforts. We had the priviledge to meet many amazing people.

Jules Galloway an amazing online health coach and Lauren having fun in the Refugee donation center Chios, Greece

Jules Galloway an amazing online health coach and Lauren having fun in the Refugee donation center Chios, Greece

Protein bar donations from Australian natural medicine companies such as bioceuticals for the Greece Refugee Crisis

Greece is in the grip of a humanitarian crisis under the wake of a relentless increase in refugee migrations from Turkey.

Syrian refugee medical volunteer work Greece

Syrian refugee medical volunteer work Greece

Good on you Robert Morris from Australia helping to rebuild homes lost in the Super Typhoon Haiyan which struck Philippines in 2014.  Amazing work....

Good on you Robert Morris from Australia helping to rebuild homes lost in the Super Typhoon Haiyan which struck Philippines in 2014. Amazing work....

Good ol Andy De Jong from Australia  making his mark on the people of Nepal and visa versa.   This picture was taking only a few months after the devestating earthquake struck in 2015

Good ol Andy De Jong from Australia making his mark on the people of Nepal and visa versa. This picture was taking only a few months after the devestating earthquake struck in 2015

Tara visiting a Fijian village absolutely torn apart by Cyclone Winston in 2016.  The family of 12 were living in a tin shed which felt 40+ degrees.   Thank-you Tara for your incredible efforts during this period.

Tara visiting a Fijian village absolutely torn apart by Cyclone Winston in 2016. The family of 12 were living in a tin shed which felt 40+ degrees. Thank-you Tara for your incredible efforts during this period.

Cyclone Winston relief 2016

Cyclone Winston relief 2016

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