“Securing the health and wellbeing of crisis-affected communities is the primary goal of humanitarian action. This cannot be achieved by the health sector alone. In fact, every sector has a role to play.” – World Health Organisation

The Challenge

We live in a time of unprecedented advancements in global health, but many of these achievements are out of reach for the estimated 168 million people currently affected by humanitarian emergencies.

For such populations, conflicts, disease outbreaks and natural disasters bring a number of particular challenges. A lack of safe drinking water revives the threat of centuries-old diseases such as cholera, while shortages of basic medicines can turn manageable conditions into mortal threats over night.

Global health emergencies

168m estimated number of people affected by humanitarian crises in 2020

50% minimum proportion of the world population not receiving the health services they need

1 in 5 proportion of those living in conflict areas with a mental health condition

3m to 5m estimated number of people impacted by cholera outbreaks every year

758m the number of people worldwide without access to even a basic drinking-water service, including 144m who are dependent on surface water

Sources: Global Humanitarian Overview 2020; World Health Organisation 201


1. Health supplies

At Season Relief, we supply various Global Health Cluster partners, governments, local NGOs and private companies with the following products to help remedy health crises during humanitarian emergencies:

  • Reproductive health kits
  • Diarrhoeal disease kits
  • Reusable sanitary pads
  • Hygiene and dignity kits
  • Long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs)
  • Medical equipment
  • Portable toilets and squatting plates
  • Rehydration salts
  • Water purification tablets
  • Solar water pumps

… and much more besides.

Given the sensitive nature of healthcare and medical supplies, we source these items with great care in line with international regulations and specifications. We also perform regular quality control inspections across our supply chains.

Click here to download a catalogue or contact us today to request a quotation and enquire about product specifications.

Please note that we can also source a large number of health, hygiene and medical products outside of our regular stock from Season Relief’s international network of suppliers.

2. Health distributorships

Due to its highly regulated status, supplying health products during humanitarian emergencies can be challenging.

As a longstanding supplier to many international organisations and with warehouse facilities across the developing world, Season Relief can help your products reach the populations who need them – and fast.

Contact us today to discuss a potential distributorship agreement – we’ve helped many companies to distribute their products and stand ready to assist you.

3. Project Management and Consulting

From conducting needs assessments to building clinics and sanitation systems in refugee camps, our in-house Project Management team stands ready to assist. Moreover, our international network allows us to tap into a wealth of cutting-edge expertise and we often work in consortia with other companies, experts and organisations.

So whether you’re looking for a consortium partner or an independent project management team, contact us today and let’s find a way forward.

4. Health logistics

Finding a supplier can be simple, but delivering supplies to humanitarian emergencies safely and efficiently requires expertise.

With over ten years of experience delivering health, hygiene and medical supplies to emergency-affected populations worldwide, we can help organise your shipments or advise on the most efficient and cost-effective methods available. Click here to read more about our logistics offering or contact us to find out more.