Jordan International Aid (JIA) is actively engaged in providing emergency relief when disasters strike around the world.

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Current Projects

Project : Puerto Rico [Vieques]

On the morning of Wednesday, September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico and it’s surrounding islands [Vieques] devastating the region and plunging all of its 3.4 million residents into a desperate humanitarian crisis. Today, Puerto Rico and it’s surrounding islands are still in dire need of resources and relief. In the month of March, we here at Jordan International Aid, have the opportunity to serve the people of this region by medical mission. At this moment, logistics are being finalized and we will have an exact figure for the cost of the trip along with exact date. We are calling all medical and non medical capacity volunteers to join us. Together, we can remind the people of Puerto Rico and the surrounding area, they are not forgotten. Join Us Here > Sign Up

Project: Northern Ca Fire

On July 23rd, 2018, the Carr fire was reported in Shasta County, California making it the 8th largest wildfire in California history. Unfortunately, the smoke blanketing Shasta County has caused Redding's pollution levels to be in the "very unhealthy" zone. Smoke inhalation from this fire will pose serious health risks with respiratory issues like asthma especially in the elderly, children, and those with existing conditions. We are currently recruiting physicians, nurses, respiratory specialists, other healthcare personnel and non-medical volunteers to assist in our respiratory clinics. We will be traveling to the affected area on 8/24 and holding clinics on 8/25 and 8/26. Together, we can serve our own community in their most vulnerable time.
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Our History

We’ve been around since 2005 when we were incorporated as a not-for-profit organization and since that time we’ve engaged with meeting human need in Nicaragua, Haiti, Japan, Cambodia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mexico, India and even in the United States after hurricane’s Katrina (New Orleans) and Sandy (northeastern United States).

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Disaster Relief

JIA is committed to and has teams of people and some level of funding that we maintain to be ready on a moment’s notice to respond to disasters around the world. If you would like to be considered as a possible resource to respond to this type of emergency, click here to send us an email.

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JIA Disaster Relief