Human Appeal international Australia’s director Mr Bashar Al-Jamal spent the beginning of Ramadan supervising the distribution of aid to the many refugees in Indonesia, as well as the many Rohingya. Many poor families in the coastal village Muara Angke received food parcels and the children were treated to an iftar.
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Human Appeal International Australia’s efforts in Nareen, Kygrstzan have ensured that residents who previously endured hardships to gain access to clean water now have full access. The water well project is one of many projects that Human Appeal International Australia has implemented, with the aim of Providing social care to families, Reducing the mortality rate, Preventing the spread of diseases, Preventing the struggle of children, women and old men of collecting water from far places and Developing the area medically and socially.
Human Appeal International Australia’s director Bashar Al-Jamal arrived in Kathmandu yesterday and is working alongside the Nepalese national emergency centre in supervising the distribution of aid to those affected by the earthquake. He has also supervised the distribution of aid in Kirtipur, 15KM from Kathmandu.
Human Appeal project manager Issam Chaouk returned on Wednesday from Vanuatu, supervising and distributing aid to affected families and children. The items supplied were Sugar, rice, salt, oil, tea, biscuits, pots, plates, mattresses, mosquito nets as well as canned mutton, stationary, roofing irons and nails, buckets, clothing and water, costing a total of $33,287.00 in cooperation with the Fiji Muslim League.
The Police citizen youth clubs (PCYC) initiative, Time4Kids, aims to help raise money and awareness for the ongoing issue of youth crime. Each year volunteers from all walks of life such as politicians, community leaders, celebrities and sporting heroes are locked up in mock gaol cells and released once enough “bail” money has been raised.