Kashmir Crisis - Ambulance (one week)
For over 20 years, Muslim Hands has been supporting vulnerable families in Kashmir through building schools, investing in vocational training and agricultural projects, running free healthcare services, and providing food and clean water across the region.
The recent crisis has led to the implementation of mass curfew restrictions. The price of rent and food has sky-rocketed, markets have been closed and families have been trapped in their homes for two weeks, unable to replenish their food and medical supplies.
R12 500 can run an ambulance service for one week.