Since 2000, the RET Alliance has directly supported more than 2 Mio direct participants, 55% of them are vulnerable women and indirectly benefitted 20 Mio indirect beneficiaries throughout 360 projects around the world.


Young People, Women & Girls

RET has put at the center of its work the commitment to protect and build the resilience of young people and women affected by conflict, violence, disasters and displacement.


To achieve locally sustained outcomes, RET focuses on catalyzing self-reliance by strengthening the local capacities, fostering socio-economic empowerment and human development to promote stable, resilient, and prosperous societies.  We believe that people must influence the processes that shape their lives.


News & Blog

COVID-19: Violencia de Género contra Mujeres y Niñas, la segunda emergencia que crece

[Español] Día Internacional de la Eliminación de la Violencia contra la Mujer 25 de Noviembre de 2020 La pandemia por COVID-19 ha puesto a prueba la capacidad de los sistemas de salud en diversos países y ha provocado desafíos sin precedentes. Mientras los gobiernos están trabajando en medidas de protección, otra emergencia creció a la …

Call for Support to Lebanon

Powered by GGF Dear Friends, As all of you know, the massive explosion on Tuesday in Beirut, was the third largest in the world after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with more than 5000 people injured, thousands more missing, and 137casualties. More than 300,000 people have been internally displaced (IDP’s) due to the loss of their homes. …

RET’s COVID-19 Regional Response in Latin America and the Caribbean

RET has been present in the Latin America and the Caribbean region, since 2004, and has directly supported more than 717,000 direct project participants, and indirectly benefitted 3.6 Mio beneficiaries throughout 179 projects implemented predominantly in Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, and Peru. The COVID-19 pandemic is overstretching healthcare systems and restricting access to basic needs, education, and livelihoods. Countries …