Airline Ambassadors International

Airline Ambassadors International (AAI) is a registered 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization , affiliated with the United Nations [1] and recognized by the US Congress [1] . It was founded by Nancy Rivard in 1996 and since HAS Donated 50 million dollars in aid to clinics , schools , orphanages and programs in 52 countries.

AAI was conceived by Rivard, an American Airlines flight attendant , [2] after seeing air cargo on commercial flights . American Airlines and many other homeowners . Addition Rivard began to enlist colleagues in the airline industry to travel to the US for treatment.

Airline Ambassadors International is the only independent relief and non-profit development in the United States that works directly with commercial airlines. Since 1996 AAI has provided assistance to an estimated 500,000 people in the world, in the form of disaster relief and ongoing support projects. [2] The organization’s network of members numbers in the 10,000s, with most of the staff and the organization.

Members may participate in AAI sponsored “mission”. [3] AAI develops relationships with orphanages, hospitals , or other communities and members.

With the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti on January 12, 2010, AAI facilitated the transportation of over 2 million pounds of medicines and food, and some 500 personal medical. It also builds permanent housing for internally displaced people (IDPs) from the earthquake providing safe houses for victims of human trafficking. [3]

In 2009, an Airline Ambassadors humanitarian team rescued an abandoned child in Cambodia. [4] AAI decided that they needed to become involved. During a trip to the Dominican Republic, Airline Ambassadors were motivated by the efforts made by Innocents at Risk to discuss the human trafficking issue. [5] Due to the efforts made by AAI, they were successfully leaving the Dominican Republic. [6] Airline Ambassadors now provides staffing and staffing. [7]

Airline Ambassadors is located in Washington, DC . Its website is at www.airlineamb.org

References

  1. Jump up^ Airline Ambassadors International
  2. Jump up^ American Airlines Donates Boewing 757 To Airline International Ambassadors Humanitarian Relief Effort To El Salvador
  3. Jump up^ Airline Ambassadors: Taking flight on a missio – CSMonitor.com
  4. Jump up^ “Human Trafficking” . Retrieved 18 July 2015 .
  5. Jump up^ “Human Trafficking” . Retrieved 18 July 2015 .
  6. Jump up^ “Human Trafficking” . Retrieved 18 July 2015 .
  7. Jump up^ “Human Trafficking” . Retrieved 18 July 2015 .

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