The vision of Rebuild for Change was born in the aftermath of the earthquake. Despite a huge amount of international fund disbursement, numerous villages and communities have not been reached by either national or international organizations.
We reflected on the need for a different approach to humanitarian aid - one that perceives communities as active participants in reconstruction, and not as passive beneficiaries. We believe that empowered and self-reliant communities will be less dependent on external funds.
The aim of RFC is to reach these 'forgotten' villages, and introduce long term solutions in an eco-sustainable and holistic approach to rehabilitation - an effort that will take place at a community-level, and which will include 6 components: permanent housing, health and sanitation, education, water and energy, socio-economic development, and community-based facilities.