Floods and rains hit Sudan by airlift to transport 40 tons of food and shelter.

The planes were greeted by Kuwaiti Deputy Ambassador to Khartoum Abdul Karim Al-Majim, thanking the direct aid delegation of Ahl al-Khair and the government of Kuwait for their support and assistance to the brothers in Sudan to overcome the crisis which caused the death of 78 people and the collapse of 64 thousand houses and many schools due to floods and floods.

The organization started distributing relief parcels in the affected areas to contribute to alleviating the disaster on families who lost all their possessions when the floods swept away houses and caused crops to sink and livestock died.

Aid convoy carrying 100 tonnes of aid in the early days of the disaster provided an initial relief, with a total of 140 tonnes distributed to date benefiting 25,000 people.