For over 20 years, Muslim Hands has been supporting vulnerable families in Indian-administered Kashmir through investing in livelihoods, sponsoring orphans and providing food and clean water across the region.
Years of political instability and conflict have taken their toll on the communities of India-administered Kashmir. In August 2019, curfew restrictions and a mass lockdown left families vulnerable, unable to leave their homes amid food shortages. Over the last two years, multiple lockdowns and the impact of the pandemic have led to skyrocketing prices and job losses, devastating impoverished communities.
Give now to help us provide emergency food, medicine and ambulance services to vulnerable families in the worst-affected districts of Anantnag and Palwama.
What Happens Next
- 1 Our teams/partners on the ground use local knowledge to find people most in need
- 2 Funds are used to provide relief with projects designed in a variety of ways, including food and water, medical care and essential items
- 3 Projects are constantly monitored and assessed to ensure we optimise our relief work