Disaster Relief

Appeal to support victims of Delhi riots, Feb – 2020

Our Trust has decided to start relief and rehabilitation activities immediately for the victims of Delhi riots, with the initial budget of INR.2.00 Crores ($285,000) without discriminating religion, caste or creed.

A team of our Trust volunteers are already camping in riot affected area and started distribution of relief kits containing general food items, clothing and kitchen ware items etc, cash and cheques for re-establishment of small business.

We request you to take part in this noble cause and send your contributions so that we can actively implement this project and provide succour to the needy.

Mr. Ahmed Sayeed, Mr. Shad Azeem Khan and other volunteers alongside the truck with relief material prior to start distribution at Khajorikhas area of Delhi

Mr. Ahmed Sayeed, Trustee and Mr. Nisar Ahmed, CAO taking applications from victims prior to providing them funds to start their small businesses.

Lady volunteer distributing relief kits and cheques to victims at Khajorikhas.

Trust volunteer distributing cheques for re-establishment of small business.

Chennai Flood Relief Project - 2015

More than 1,000 relief kits replete with basis essentials distributed to the victims of Chennai floods in 2015

Provision of 25 Kgs rice packets to more than 60 deserving families identified by the Trust.

Total expenditure incurred by the Trust in 5 villages towards relief activities in Chennai. An amount of INR. 24.00 Lakhs was spent.

Jammu and Kashmeer Flood Relief Project - 2014

As we all aware the devastating floods in Kashmir in the year 2014, left the people helpless and many were forced to leave their houses leaving all their belongings hoping for immediate help.

Our Trust has decided to take up the relief work on war footing bases. A delegation of volunteers was sent to Srinagar to assess the situation and take up immediate relief measure.

Accordingly, our team of delegation with the support of local volunteers has distributed the relief kits in 19 Villages of Kashmir. The kit containing the following items.

S No Description Quantity
1 Tarpaulin 18’ x 12’ Size 1 No
2 Woolen Blankets 2 No
3 Over Coat (Firn) 1 No
4 Shalwar Suits (for Ladies)e 1 No
5 Pathani Suits (for Gents) 1 No

Apart from 3,000 kits, 1020 over coats to women, medicines to hospital in Srinagar, 400 milk food for infants, 200 torch lights, were distributed under this project. An amount of INR.80.19 Lakhs ($133,650) was spent on this project, Alhamdulillah.

Assam Relief Project - 2012

During the year 2012, thousands of families were forced to leave their homes to safeguard their lives due to worst riots erupted in Assam. These families were living miserably in refugee camps where not even basic amenities were available.

At this situation, our Trust has taken up a task to supply relief materials to the effected families, who were living in relief camps.

Accordingly, 5,000 winter kits containing following items were distributed to 5,000 families belonging to 40 effected villages in Assam riots.

S No Item Quantity
1 Blanket 1 No
2 Bed Sheet 1 No
3 Zinda Tilismath 1 No
4 Sarees with Blouse 1 No
5 Lungi 1 No

In addition to the above, we have also distributed scholarship to the students pursuing higher education to enable them to continue their education. Also we have provided hand pumps, school books and sports material, in 8 schools located in Dhubri, Chiran and Kokrajhar Districts.

Alhamdulillah, an amount of INR. 50.00 lakhs ($100,000) was spent by our Trust on this relief project.

Assam Relief Kits Distribution

Flood relief in Kurnool and other districts of Andhra Pradesh: Report - 2009

The last two disasters (The Tsunami in Tamilnadu and J&K Earthquake both in the year 2005) relief operations were undertaken by the trusts in association with other NGOs,

Reports on Relief Work

Housing colony for Tsunami victims - work concluded in January 2007

In addition to the instant relief kits / materials worth Rs.42.90 lakhs ($100,000) distributed to the effected families of Tsunami in Tamil Nadu during 2005, as per original plan the Trust has also spent Rs.17.20 lakhs (US$40,000) to construct 22 houses for the victims at Pudupattinam near Kalpakam, Tamil Nadu, and the same were handed over to the beneficiaries in January – 2007, by our volunteer Mr. Mohammad Aliuddin Hyder.