Our Work

What We Have Done.

Our Work

Collected over Rs.30 million, meeting the basic necessities of 18000 people and adopting 88 families by providing them initial housing, food supplies and start-up loans. Six boats were purchased to rescue people and bring them to land.

Distributed relief worth Rs.32 million

Distributed relief worth Rs.32 million

Sindh Flood 2010

Collected over Rs.30 million, meeting the basic necessities of 18000 people and adopting 88 families by providing them initial housing, food supplies and start-up loans. Six boats were purchased to rescue people and bring them to land.

Sindh Flood 2011

Collected over Rs.15 million, mostly disbursed as food supplies. Boats were again used to rescue people and the cattle on which their livelihoods depend.

Syria

Close to 28000 people were helped with special focus on more than 9000 widows & 2800 orphans. 8000 $ went into healthcare. Masjid, madarsah, schools, washrooms & play areas were built. Charity & iftar were provided.

Africa-(Somalia)

A water project was initiated that covered 3 areas and 10000 individuals daily. Provided livelihood to over 2000 people. 12000 families received aid and food rations monthly. 610 orphans were adopted

Burma

1700 in Aceh and 1200 families in Arakan have been given food rations and donations. 2 mosques and a school have been built.

Covid-19

During the rise of COVID many households went below the poverty line. Many of these families were from the middle class and lower middle class income groups, unable to find a suitable monetary source. Alwasila stood up and reached out to these families and helped them monetarily and provisions of basic necessities.

Karachi Rain 2020

During the heavy monsoon rainfall in August 2020, many houses were destroyed & many people were left homeless. The rain became a misery for the masses in the city of Karachi and the city became totally inaccessible. In these conditions the team of Alwasila helped the people in trouble & took responsibility for reconstruction of their damages.

Khipro Flood 2020

A subdivision of Sanghar district, has been subject to disastrous rural flooding destroying all the crops, leaving many victims shelter less. The team of Ummati Relief visited Khipro for distribution of ration including food necessities & drinking water. We also distributed mosquito repellents & nets due to increased number of outbreaks of mosquito borne illnesses.

Projects

Our Current Projects.