We Currently Operate In The Following Countries:
Bangladesh | Nepal | Pakistan | Syria | Tanzania | Uganda | Yemen
Why Donate Towards Building a House?
Your circumstances can change suddenly overnight, we have witnessed this many times. Natural disasters hit thus demolishing cities, towns and villages across countries including Pakistan. The extreme Monsoon conditions in 2022 in Pakistan has caused over two million homes to be damaged, resulting in over 546,000 people seeking refuge in temporary shelters and camps.
Currently, waterborne diseases infest local water sources, resulting in a host of illnesses including malaria, dengue fever, diarrhoea and skin infections. Living in temporary shelters like these, people are at risk of contracting and dying from these diseases. However, a stable home means that families can focus their income on the urgent medical care they need.
We are rebuilding houses to rehome victims and help families rebuild their lives. The houses will be built with three feet high cemented platform bases to protect against flooding and reduce the risk of damage in the future.
Moreover, our partners on the ground in war-torn countries are building brick houses, in safe zones away from places of red alert. With acres of land and the help of various organisations, they are planning villages, prioritising disabled people and widows with children.
Whoever helps ease someone in difficulty, God, the Almighty, will make it easy for him in this world and in the Hereafter.
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Our partners on the ground in war torn countries are building brick houses, in safe zones away from places of red alert. With acres of land and, with the help of various organisations, they are planning to villages, prioritising disabled people and widows with children.
These displaced families were forced to flee after their homes were destroyed. Many of them have been living in makeshift shelters for over a decade, completely exposed to the elements, vulnerable to flooding, landslides and fires. An average home is 38m² and include two main rooms, a kitchen, a washroom and a small yard.
Furthermore, destruction also hits other countries in the name of floods, earthquakes and other natural disasters. We operate in a number of other countries to help those who have lost their houses with homes.