ReliefAid’s Founder and Executive Director Mike Seawright took part in the Useful Outsiders podcast, and the result is an insightful, in-depth look at the practicalities of working in the humanitarian sector, and the experience of setting up relief networks in Ukraine. Thank you to the CID’s Humanitarian and Standards Manager, Aaron Davy, and Virginia … Continued
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The founder of the humanitarian organisation ReliefAid, Mike Seawright, was in Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville catching up with runners Anton Frima and Annie Brongel. All three are committed to helping the Ukrainian population through the Bromont Ultra race in October. The first 100-mile trail race in Quebec, the Bromont Ultra aims to test the limits of what … Continued
Mike Seawright is on the ground in Ukraine, grateful for the Kiwi support which is enabling ReliefAid to deliver humanitarian aid to the heart of the conflict. “What ReliefAid specialises in is getting to those harder, hotter spots to make sure that we reach families that other organisations can’t, so it comes with lots … Continued
ReliefAid’s Anne Bulley spoke to the Beacon about the organisation’s work in Ukraine, delivering “food, medical supplies and shelter aid, such as mattresses and blankets, tool kits for repairing buildings, water containers as a lot of the services are out, and solar lamps for lighting and cellphone charging”. She also pointed out that when … Continued
RNZ: Mike Seawright talks to Jim Mora about ReliefAid’s work in Ukraine, and the difficulties team members face working in an active war zone.