Batey Relief Alliance celebrates 18th-year anniversary of humanitarian work.

NEW YORK. – Founded on October 23, 1997 in the state of New York as a non-profit, non-governmental, humanitarian aid organization, the Batey Relief Alliance (BRA) is committed to addressing the socio-economic and health needs of children and their families severely affected by extreme poverty, disease and hunger in the Americas and the Caribbean. Since […]

BRA signed agreement to improve conditions in poor areas of the Dominican Republic.

MONTE PLATA,  Dominican Republic.- BRA/s founder/CEO, Ulrick Gaillard traveled to the Monte Plata province to sign an agreement with the local Mayor of Municipal Sabana Grande de Boya, Dr. Bertilia Fernandez, expanding critical health services and food security for thousands of vulnerable and impoverished families struggling in the country’s rural areas. “While the Dominican Republic […]

BRA lanza Programa Navideño para las familias pobres del país.

YAMASA, Monte Plata.- Batey Relief Alliance (BRA) Dominicana, institución humanitaria, dedicada a mejorar la calidad de vida de las familias económicamente vulnerables en las zonas más necesitadas de la Republica Dominicana, en colaboración con el Programa Visión Municipal del Canal TV3 Yamasá, provincia Monte Plata, inaugura hoy el lanzamiento oficial de su nuevo programa anual, […]

Batey Relief Alliance worked with actor Jason Priestley on P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water campaign in Dominican Republic.

MONTE PLATA. – In October, the Canadian-born actor/director and former superstar TV show Beverly Hills 90210, Jason Priestley, travelled to the Dominican Republic with the Batey Relief Alliance (BRA) to deliver water purifier sachets to children and their families in need in the bateyes and see firsthand how clean drinking water changes lives. “We had […]

USAID and Batey Relief Alliance launched Food Aid Program for people living in extreme poverty in the Dominican Republic.

SANTO DOMINGO, November 6, 2014, Dominican Republic – The United States government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Batey Relief Alliance (BRA Dominicana) launched in September a Food Aid Program at a cost of $565,298.37, through which, 150 metric tons of dehydrated food will be distributed to over 20,700 people in […]