King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center distributes 4000 Shelter NFIs Kits in most flood affected areas in Punjab Province

In response to the pressing needs of communities grappling with the devastating consequences of unusually heavy rains, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has successfully completed a vital project. The project aims to provide 4,000 Shelter NFIs kits to individuals residing in Punjab Province who have been severely impacted by the recent floods.

KSrelief’s Shelter NFIs project extends its reach to the four most severely affected districts in Punjab, Pakistan, where communities were in need the most. These districts include Kasur, Vehari, Layyah, and Rajanpur.

This emergency relief project is an integral part of the KSrelief Shelter NFIs project for the year 2023-2024. These kits contain 4,000 Shelter, 4,000 Solar Panels, 4,000 Kitchen Sets, 4,000 Plastic Mats, and 8,000 Blankets as part of this comprehensive relief effort. The project has implemented by Hayat Foundation in collaboration with local government, ultimately benefiting more than 28,000 individuals across the four districts.

By Ms Safa.
Source KSA Embassy Islamabad