COVID-19 has brought the entire world to its knees. It has reached every single corner of the world and continues to spread at lightning speed, taking tens of thousands of lives as victims. Its time likes this that we truly must not forget the displaced, the refugees, and the vulnerable.
70 million people displaced from their homes are living in refugee camps are at greatest risk of contracting the virus. With limited access to healthcare, clean water and access to hygiene products, we are extremely concerned about how this pandemic will affect the most vulnerable people already living in vulnerable situations.
Human Concern International is responding to the growing number of challenges by adapting existing programs to new government protocol and recommended health and safety measures so that vulnerable and dependent people do not lose access to the programs and services they depend on.
For just $75-$100 you can provide a family in need with food + hygiene products to help them through this pandemic.
GIVE NOW AND SAVE LIVES!
How To Help?
Properly feed a malnourished child for a month
provide an emergency relief kit with medical supplies
support a sustainable development initiative to improve health & sanitation
Our fight against COVID-19
in Canada and abroad
- 300 k$300,000 distributed in relief nationally and internationally in the form of care packages for the afflicted and medical equipment for healthcare facilities
- 50 k$50,000 donated to hospitals to purchase medical equipment needed to care for victims of the pandemic and help them recover
- 54945494 families received food baskets at home to keep them, their families, and their respective communities safe from the spread of the virus
COVID-19 Relief work in India
In The Field
Human Concern International’s staff, volunteers, and partners actively take photos of their time and their work in the field with our beneficiaries as they receive food baskets, medical care, warm meals, and more. To see the latest photos from the field, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
OUR STAFF COMMENTS
The pandemic has caught everyone by surprise, but what didn’t surprise us was Canadian’s generosity and propensity to give to those less fortunate. We raised $300,000 to support our relief efforts in Canada and abroad.Mahmuda Khan