Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters

at the University of Massachusetts Boston

Maps & Directions

Useful Links

There are several government and non-governmental organizations which work in areas related to humanitarian emergencies and rebuilding after disasters in the USA and internationally.

It may be possible for graduates from our certificate programs to volunteer/undertake short internships or even find employment in them.

CATEGORIES:

International Relief Organizations

International Human Rights Organizations

Below is a partial list of government and non-governmental and nonprofit organizations which work in areas related to humanitarian emergencies and rebuilding after disasters in the U.S. and internationally.

The center encourages graduates of our certificate programs to volunteer with, undertake internships in, or seek employment with these organizations and will assist them in doing so.

Regional Human Rights Organizations

National Governments and International Agencies

Gender and Disasters

Children and Disasters

The Elderly and Disasters

Disabled People and Disasters

Minorities and Disasters

State Government and Local Information

Career Opportunities


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