A holistic approachINARA provides a holistic approach in care for the beneficiaries and their families.
INARA fully covers and finances beneficiaries’ medical treatment, giving them free of charge healthcare until they are fully healed.
INARA provides in-house mental health services to help children and their families cope and process their trauma.
INARA responds to crises and emergencies in our areas of operation though a flexible Rapid Response Program (RRP).
INARA works with children from conflict areas who have suffered physical and mental harm and supports them through three pillars.
INARA takes on the cases that other organizations are unable to handle and those that have fallen through the gaps. We focus on the children who have not been able to access the medical and mental health care they need.
INARA fully covers and finances beneficiaries’ medical treatment, giving them free of charge healthcare until they are fully healed. Simultaneously, INARA provides case management services and pairs each beneficiary with a case manager who oversees their treatment and provides a support system for the child and family.
INARA also provides in-house mental health services to help children cope and process their trauma.
Additionally, we respond to crises and emergencies in our areas of operation through a flexible Rapid Response Program (RRP), which enables us to redirect a portion of funding and resources to respond as needed. It was used in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Beirut Blast and the war in Ukraine.
Providing equal access to services for every child in need while maintaining our independent and nonpartisan identity.
Committed to prioritizing and advocating the child’s well-being and their best interests when providing their treatment and care.
Pledge to share where donations go and every child’s journey towards recovery.
Actively responding to human crisis in our areas of operation, evolving and adapting to crises as they happen.
INARA’s Rapid Response Program in Ukraine
Addressing Challenges and Raising Awareness
INARA’s Rapid Response Program was created to respond to crisis and emergencies, just like the war we are witnessing in Ukraine. At INARA, we know how war and conflicts can impact a child’s well-being and safety, and how much it can affect their mental health. After a needs assessment, carried out by Arwa Damon herself to discover the gaps we needed to fill in Ukraine, INARA has launched a program to provide consultations and training specific to mental health professionals, social workers, and others who are directly working with children on the ground. [...]
Amid a global pandemic...March 2022
Fundraising & Development Coordinator
I joined INARA in June 2020, and it is one of the highlights of my career to work for such a unique organization that has such a meaningful impact on the lives of refugee and conflict-impacted children. Fundraising for INARA and the kids we help is a privilege and an honor, but it is also a challenge.
Joining amid a global pandemic, which had drastically affected the funding streams of non-profits around the world, shutting down many funding opportunities and making in-person fundraising events impossible was definitely daunting and a bit difficult. And as time has gone on, so has the pandemic, and joining that has been new and worsening economic crises, natural and man-made disasters, and wars and conflicts. All of this has made funding opportunities scarce, and non-profits must compete for the limited funds now more than ever. [Continue]
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