Islamic Relief provides nearly 74,000 people in 16 countries with blankets, food or fuel to keep warm in the winter months, including 25,440 people in Afghanistan and 18,350 families in Myanmar. In Indonesia, our teams reach 4,000 survivors of a powerful tsunami that struck along the Sunda Strait in late December, providing food, water, shelter, medicine, hygiene kits and mattresses. And we show communities how to get to safety if disaster strikes again. Floods in Malawi devastate homes and livelihoods, with crops destroyed just weeks from harvest. Islamic Relief expands its emergency operations to support over 17,500 people.
Storm Norma hits refugee settlements in Lebanon.
70,000 people at risk in freezing temperatures, snow and floods.
Islamic Relief repairs tents and access roads; pumps out floodwater; and provides food parcels, blankets, mattresses and fuel.