Muslim Aid’s recent work on the ground includes distributing over £40,000 worth of shelterkits and other food and non-food items for the typhoon affected people in the Philippines.
This is the second phase of its emergency response. In Barangay Abucay and Apitong, areas affected badly by the typhoon, MA also distributed 500 relief packs.
The MA team on the ground are conducting a needs assessment and partnering with international NGO’s and local Government for a coordinated and effective response to the disaster. The current priorities include shelter, hygiene, water and educational support. Since the emergency struck, Muslim Aid has helped thousands to receive relief items to help them survive through the difficulties.