The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause uncertainty to Pakistan’s food security among the underprivileged and especially in the rural areas of Interior Sindh.
“The best of you are those who feed others.” (Sahih Al-Jami- 3318)
Anyone with a kind heart would be influenced by the statement, and would need to help the helpless, extend their arm in an attempt to help the underprivileged. There are numerous ways by which people can participate to help the poor. After the lockdown was forced in Pakistan on 23rd March, 2020, during the gloomy events of Covid-19, huge number of individuals lost their jobs and businesses. A huge number of families in Pakistan had no backup source of income, and were left jobless, unable to meet their essential necessities. Many had to sleep with void stomachs. The poor were in critical need of help.
During the said pandemic in Karachi, Pakistan experienced the highest rainfall ever recorded in Pakistan on 27th August 2020 for 12 continuous hours which resulted in widespread flood, causing huge damage to the residents of the poor city.
Al-Hamdulillah, Al-Madinah Islamic Research Center distributed Rations, prepared meals, provided residential tents and free medical assistance to ensure the that basic necessities of the underprivileged people of Pakistan are met
Lockdown Food Relief:
Ration Food packs distributed among: 2,100 Families
Flood Relief :
26 Daigs Daily: (Duration 8 Days)
Water: 300 Gallons Daily (Duration 8 Days)
10 Daigs Daily: (Duration 13 days)
Residential Tents: 50 families
Ration Food Packs: 700 Families
Free Medical Camps: Duration 3 Days
For offline Donations:
Shaikh Kamran Yasin
+92 322 2056928
For Online Donations :
AL-MADINAH ISLAMIC RESEARCH CENTER
Account No.: 0109-233415594
Brach Code: 0682
IBAN No.: PK 69 UNIL 0109 0002 3341 5594
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