The prophet (PBUH) says: “Every Muslim has to give in charity. If someone has nothing to give, he should work with his hands and benefit himself and also give in charity. "If he cannot find even that? He should help the needy who appeal for help…” (Al- Bukhari)
Also, the Prophet (PBUH) said: “….Whoever is concerned for the needs of his brother, Allah is concerned for his needs, and whoever relieves a Muslim of a burden, Allah will relieve him of a burden from the burdens of the Day of Judgement and whoever covers (the faults of) a Muslim, Allah will cover (his faults) on the Day of Judgement." (Al- Bukhari)
“Relieving distressed and needy people is a kind of thanksgiving to Allah SWT for his blessings, and with thanksgiving the blessings remain and continue”
Mozambique is witnessing a shattering tornado that destroyed many homes and public facilities in the Beira city, which resulted in displacement of thousands of poor families to camps searching for safe places. The same country is also witnessing civil wars in another region (Pemba city), which caused the migration of many families due to the disruption of their work places and the destruction of their homes. The losses exceeded the government's ability to provide the displaced peoples’ needs.
DirectAid quickly responds to relieve the injured, troubled and the displaced people from such disaster and civil wars and provide them with different supplies and food.
DirectAid quickly response with:
- 15000 rice packet (25 kg)
- 15000 flour packet (10 kg)
- 3750 Oil bottle (5 L)
- 3750 sugar packet (5 kg)
- 30,000 Blanket
- 15000 Linoleum
- 30,000 Mosquito net
- Food basket (rice packet 25 kg - sugar packet 5 kg - flour packet 10 kg - oil bottle 5 L)
- 2 Blankets
- 2 Mosquito nets
- 1 Linoleum
- Protect poor families from malnutrition
- Protection from the cold weather
- Protection from the spread of epidemics and diseases
- Absence of income sources
"Your continued contribution helps in our quick response to rescue the displaced and troubled people from disasters and crises"