Khalsa Aid steadfast in its commitment to Gaza Relief in Egypt

The ongoing humanitarian crisis has deeply affected countless lives in Gaza. Over 1.7 million internally displaced people continue to be deprived of necessities like food, water, and access to hygiene facilities. Of this malnourished population, children account for half of these lives. Khalsa Aid is eager to sustain relief efforts during this perilous time.

In late April 2024, Khalsa Aid is deploying a team to Cairo, Egypt, to provide urgent assistance to the people of Gaza. The team will consist of three relief strategists who are seasoned in their work.

As is customary in relief provision, Khalsa Aid has implemented a series of relief phases.

Phase 1 of relief will address the critical needs of children and families by preparing food packages and hygiene kits, the numbers of which are to be confirmed.

Phase 2 is likely to deliver long-term solutions, such as shelter and further food distribution. More information will be shared in due course.

“The situation in Gaza is dire, and children are among the most vulnerable,” said Ravi Singh, CEO of Khalsa Aid. “Our team is committed to providing vital support to those in need. We will work tirelessly to ensure that the people of Gaza have access to food and hygiene supplies.”

Khalsa Aid has a long history of responding to humanitarian crises around the world. The organisation is deeply concerned with this manmade famine, as well as the sanitation crisis that continues to spiral out of proportion.

We call for your continued support for Khalsa Aid’s Gaza relief efforts and to sustain the conversation surrounding such a devastating time in our global history.