Through Feed the Forgotten, we provide people with meals and food packs that provide food to a family of 5 for up to a month.
During the course of Ramadan, our teams in these countries provide Iftar meals and food assistance to people in need.
Our Ramadan food parcels constitute wheat or rice (dependent on the country), pulses, cooking oil, dry milk powder, salt and sugar.
Muntada Aid is providing food and winter essentials to internally displaced people (IDP) living as refugees in and around Aden.
Millions of children are on the brink of starvation in Yemen. The UNICEF estimates that another 30,000 children “could develop life-threatening severe acute malnutrition over the next six months.” There are over 2.4 million children in Yemen suffering from malnutrition. Many of these children are at serious risk and need urgent support.
Since January 2021, we are managing the essential food needs of nearly 700 people at camp Taiz camp, where 13000 people are living as IDPs after fighting between the rivalling groups, intensified in and around the Red Sea city of Hodeidah.
Our food packs can last for a month for a family of 5 members. Each pack contains a monthly ration of wheat flour, pulses, vegetable oil, sugar and salt.
After the violence in Al Qadah made Sadiyah Abdullah Muhammad (60) flee her home town, life in the refugee camp outside Aden has been tough for the family.
Donate your Zakat to your food programme and help thousands of people like Sadiyah Abdullah Muhammad.
Tens and thousands of Rohingya people are again homeless after a devastating fire tore through their refugee camp in Bangladesh.
The settlement which was engulfed in the fire is a part of the network camps that host millions of Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar after persecution.
Muntada Aid is delivering food packs to those affected by the fire.
Our food packs can last for a month for a family of 5 members. Each pack contains monthly ration of wheat flour, pulses, vegetable oil, sugar and salt.