Meeting immediate basic needs of people – food, water, shelter, healthcare, education, sanitation – and giving them hope.

In Somalia, famine victims who fled to Ethiopia received assistance from Conscience International's mobile health clinic, designed for saving at-risk children.

In north Cebu, Philippines, within hours of the strongest storm on record hitting the coast, Conscience International and local partners were onsite delivering water and food to the many victims of the typhoon. Teams also built temporary shelters and permanent housing on offshore islands and assisted recovery in Tacloban, Leyte.

These are just two instances of how Conscience International ensures the basic needs of people are met in a time of crisis. Sometimes that means water delivered to an area where infrastructure has been destroyed. Other times it means medical teams performing emergency surgery in the field after an earthquake or other natural disaster.