FAQ

What is ADRA?
ADRA is an international humanitarian agency established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church to help individuals and communities through development projects and disaster relief.

What is ADRA Trans-Europe
ADRA Trans-Europe is one of nine regional offices in the ADRA network. The office was established to provide administrative and programmatic support to the 16 ADRA offices in our region.

What does ADRA do?
ADRA's work is focused on, but not confined to humanitarian projects which address: Food Security, Economic Development, Primary Health, Disaster Preparedness and Response, and Basic Education. ADRA works to improve the lives of people in need around the world.

Is ADRA a large organisation?
ADRA has a presence in approximately 110 countries and is an internationally recognised non-governmental organisation (INGO). Last year ADRA spent over 120 million US dollars and helped over 22 million people.

Is there an ADRA office in my country?
Check our directory to find details for your country.

Who does ADRA help?
ADRA serves people without regard to their ethnic, political, or religious association. We simply help those in need, especially the most vulnerable such as women, children and senior citizens.

Where does ADRA work?
ADRA has a global network and offices in approximately 110 countries around the world.

How are ADRA projects funded?
ADRA offices receive funding from individuals, corporations and governments.

How can I help ADRA?
You can donate to an ADRA project by visiting one of the websites for our country offices or contacting your local country office for details.

Can I work for ADRA?
View our job postings.

 

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