Flood Relief 2007
In July 2007, cyclone Yemyin affected 1.5 million people and left 300,000 homeless in 14 districts of Baluchistan. Heavy rains also caused severe damage in Karachi and killed up to 230 people.Al-Huda helped people in need by providing them with basic necessities of life through its offices in Sindh and Baluchistan. Food supplies, medicines, tents, mud houses (juggi) and utensils were provided.Some relief stats are as follows:
Flood Relief 2006
In 2006, the districts of Lower Sindh Hyderabad, Sanghar, Mirpurkhas and Badeen experienced heavy torrential rainfall and as a result, vast areas were submerged in water, crops were ruined, power supply and sewerage systems collapsed. Stagnant water created serious health problems.
Under Al-Huda Flood Relief Program, food, drinking water and clothes were supplied to the flood-affected people. Al-Huda targeted areas where no support had reached. Food and basic necessities required by people were bought from adjacent areas and provided to the calamity stricken people. Relief was provided to villages between Hyderabad and Mir Pur Khas as well as parts of Hyderabad and Badeen. A total of Rs.585,300 was spent on the relief work.