One of Muntada Aid’s core values is providing dignity to people we support. Keeping that in mind, we aim to provide clean water solutions to people within their communities and ease off their burden of daily searching for freshwater resources.
According to a report recently published by the World Health Organisation, women and girls are responsible for water collection in 8 out of 10 households with water off-premises. Also, 1 million deaths each year are associated with unclean births. Infections account for 26% of neonatal deaths and 11% of maternal mortality.
Water and sanitation are fundamental to human health and dignity. We need to safeguard access to clean water and sanitation.
March 07, 2023
Muntada Aid in Syria and Türkiye
Muntada Aid is now delivering aid in Jaundairis, which is in the Aleppo region of Syria. We are providing people affected by the recent earthquake with temporary accommodations, warm bedding (such...Learn More
March 03, 2023
This Friday, Feed the Forgotten in Yemen
More than 23.4 million people (including 12.9 million children) need humanitarian assistance and protection. With more than 4.3 million internally displaced people since 2015, Yemen remains home t...Learn More
March 02, 2023
Journey of Hope
Halima Garba is 70 years old. She lives with her daughter and grandchildren in a small compound on the outskirts of Tahoua, some 300 kilometres from the capital Niamey in Niger. Halima has catara...Learn More