Drones For Humanity is reimagining the way we think about emergency logistics. We deliver aid faster and more affordably using drones.

According to research, 25 – 50% of survivors who were injured in a natural disaster and unfortunately lost their lives, could have been saved if first aid had been distributed immediately. The greatest demand for patient care occurs between the first 48 hours after the disaster.
In the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, victims were desperate as aid was still not distributed 72 to 96 hours after the disaster.
In the Nepal earthquake in 2015, many villages did not receive aid as no rescue team arrived 96 hours after the disaster.

But at Drones for Humanity, we are here to change that.