In Freetown, Sierra Leone, Al-Khair Foundation responded to mudslides which occurred in August 2017. The Charity
provided food, provisions, and medications to over 1,000 people – aiding the recovery of approximately 200 families.
Responding to food insecurity as a result of the civil conflict in South Sudan, in November 2017 Al-Khair Foundation
partnered with Christian Aid to deliver redeemable cash vouchers to purchase urgent food items and other living
Al-Khair Foundation responded to drought in Kajiado County by delivering food aid to over 3,500 families – or over
21,000 individuals. The drought assistance consisted of maize, beans and cooking oil. The Charity also provided nearly
1,000 dignity kits to vulnerable women and girls.
Al-Khair Foundation also mobilised quickly to assist Tana River County during flooding. The response was done in 2
Phases. The first phase was done in June, where 650 households benefited from an emergency package comprising
of tarpaulins, mosquito repellents, jerry cans, maize flour and water treatment tablets. The second phase (albeit
conducted in September 2018) delivery was to 1,350 households who received 20 kgs of maize flour each, with 60 cows
also distributed to 30 households for restocking.
In December 2017, working with Action Aid, Al-Khair Foundation aided in the recovery of Somaliland following drought.
Additionally, in response to the drought of March 2018, the Charity distributed water storage tanks and food packs in
Balimataan, Guunburaia and Salahlay
In August 2017, Al-Khair Foundation responded to floods and landslides in Bangladesh by delivering food packs which
contained vital nutrients as well as living essentials such as candles, gas lighters, water purification tablets and medicine.
The Charity delivered these much-needed goods to over 10,500 people – helping 1,500 families to survive the crisis.
Additionally, in September 2017 the Charity provided cooked meals to those dispossessed by the Rohingya crisis, and
built shelters for 3,000 families. 5,000 Rohingya refugees in Kutupalong Camp, in Cox’s Bazar, also benefited from
emergency resource distribution, which included food, water, and hygiene kits. Al-Khair Foundation also constructed
nearly 50 toilet facilities and 20 hand pumps for the Rohingya, to help reduce the risk of diseases and provide clean
water in their time of need.
Al-Khair Foundation also provided emergency support during the floods in Moulvibaar, Sylhet and Sunamgong Hoar –
reaching 14,000 people during these interventions.
In August 2017, Al-Khair Foundation partnered with BAUSS to provide food packs in the form of rice and pulses, as well
as tarpaulin tents, blankets and hot meals to 3,600 people following floods and landslides in India.
In Nepal, Al-Khair Foundation responded to the floods and landslides which struck in August 2017. The Charity
delivered food in the form of food provisions and blankets to 2,500 people affected by the natural disasters.
In September 2017, Al-Khair Foundation responded to the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar by providing food packs
and hygiene kits to over 2,000 families, as well as installing hand pumps to ensure those afflicted had access to
Our winterisation project, emergency relief initiatives and additional Rohingya support projects helped over 35,000
vulnerable Rohingya in Myanmar in 2017-2018.
In August 2017, Al-Khair Foundation responded to a deadly earthquake in Indonesia by providing tarpaulins, blankets
and foods provisions to 4,500 people.
In December 2017 the Charity responded to the Mt Agung Bali volcano eruption by providing 7 platoon tents, 1,000
blankets, as well as food and water for 1,500 people. Al-Khair Foundation also supported their electricity connection
for 15 days.
In August 2017, Al-Khair Foundation partnered with Humanitarian Forum Yemen to respond to the cholera outbreak in
the nation by distributing medical supplies and aqua-tablets to nearly 12,000 people – as well as campaigns to spread
sanitary awareness amongst the affected population.
In January 2017, Al-Khair Foundation worked with Humanitarian Forum Yemen to assist in the humanitarian effort
following the civil war by providing food and Diphtheria medicines to over 5,000 people.
In February 2018, Al-Khair Foundation worked with Syria Relief to respond to the humanitarian crisis brought on by
the ongoing conflict.
Al-Khair Foundation sponsored the strained Ein Issa Refugee Camp kitchen, which was struggling to meet demand as
the only kitchen in the camp of 13,000 residents. Cooked meals were provided to the entire Camp for the month of