Disasters and emergencies cost precious lives and endanger futures. It can happen to anyone; natural disasters affect around 160 million people worldwide, and around 2 billion people live in fragile and conflict-affected areas around the globe. In times of crisis, Al Mustafa Welfare Trusts provides fast, effective emergency humanitarian relief; food, water as a water well charity and healthcare to those affected by conflict, poverty and natural disasters.
We believe it is important to help people during disasters so we can help reduce the impact of the devastation and save lives. We are able to offer support and assistance to vulnerable people in their hour of need and during the time they feel most alone. We also believe it is important to help those affected by emergencies and disasters rebuild their lives and create stable, brighter futures. This is why we don’t simply leave communities a few days after disaster strikes, but that we have established sustainable, long-term projects in some of the world’s poorest communities to facilitate long-lasting change and progress.
Our expert teams are hard at work in Yemen, which is experiencing the worst famine this century, providing life-saving food. We are working to providing clean, safe water and nutritious food to Palestinians living in poverty.
We continue to provide food packs and essential support Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, as well as those still facing conflict inside Myanmar. We have been helping thousands of displaced and disadvantaged Syrians facing a decade of war, with food, clean water and healthcare.
Our mission is to deliver efficient, compassionate and sustainable humanitarian aid to those in need, regardless of gender, race or religion.
Donate today so we can help those who are suffering because of terrible conflicts and natural disasters.
People reached with Emergency Response
Lives improved via Development Projects
People provided Qurbani Meat
Global disasters will never cease to stop and when they strike we have to act quickly and send emergency aid in the form of food, shelter and medical aid for the victims. Even after the disaster has surpassed, thousands of homeless and injured still need long-term support.