Islamic Relief’s lifesaving work continues in drought-stricken Kenya, where cash transfers help 1,500 families meet their basic needs. We also repair boreholes and use trucks to bring water to communities. By the end of the year we reach over 7,000 people, and in some places halve incidences of waterborne disease.
Floods and landslides across South Asia affect over 12 million people.
Homes and crops are ruined and roads are damaged, leaving people stranded without clean water, food and hygiene supplies.
9,000 people receive grants to buy food, clothes and medicine – and to help repair their homes. We provide fast-growing seeds so families can grow food at home, install latrines, and teach communities good hygiene practices to ward off disease.