• World Relief provides primary healthcare, mainly targeting mothers and young children through a network of 11 health facilities in two Darfur States.

    • Water activities lay a crucial foundation for success in all other work, as clean and accessible water affects health of humans and livestock, ability to grow crops, and sanitation and hygiene practices. World Relief was one of the first NGO to promote solar-energy driven water projects in Darfur. 

    • World Relief supports a growing network of peace and reconciliation mechanisms. Peace and Reconciliation Committee members not only help mediate local conflicts as they happen, they are also working to prevent violence.