Qatar Charity provides relief aid to flood

Qatar Charity provides relief aid to flood victims in Bangladesh


8/31/2022 | Media Center


Qatar Charity (QC) has provided urgent relief aid to those affected by the floods in the Sonamgang district in northeastern Bangladesh, benefiting and more than 20,000 people.

The relief aid, which included food items, was provided to alleviate the suffering of the affected.

The aid was aid distributed in cooperation with the local authorities in the affected areas.

devastating floods

According to reports released by the United Nations, nearly 7.2 million people have been affected by the devastating floods in the country. A total of 131 people had died, according to the Bangladesh General Directorate of Health Services.

Amita Rani Das, Vice Chairman of Upazila Parishad, a local government body, said: “What Qatar Charity is currently doing in Bangladesh is a great humanitarian effort that deserves thanks and gratitude.

 

The beneficiaries of the aid thanked the philanthropists in Qatar and Qatar Charity for their continuous efforts to help the poor and needy.

Leighton Charkar, one of those affected by the floods, said: "I lost my home, and the livestock that was my livelihood died. I thank Qatar Charity for extending a helping hand to me in this critical circumstance we are going through."

For his part, Samiran Das said: "We are happy with this assistance provided to us, as my family needs it. We thank the philanthropists in Qatar for extending a helping hand to us."

Sabita Rani said that the water destroyed all their property and exacerbated their suffering. She also thanked Qatar Charity for the aid provided and thanked the donors.

Qatar Charity continues its relief intervention for poor families in Bangladesh this year, as it provided relief aid during Ramadan, benefiting about 30,000 people, and Qatar Charity continues to provide relief aid to Rohingya refugees.