Water4Africa – Gambia

With an ever-changing climate and droughts becoming more frequent, access to clean drinking water is a growing problem for many communities in Africa. This is why we setup the Water4Africa project as we believe everyone should have access to safe and clean water. We have been working in The Gambia to make this a reality […]

Madagascar Famine Relief

Madagascar is in the midst of an emergency-level food crisis. The country has regularly been the victim of natural disasters but, following years of harsh weather conditions, June 2021 brought the worst drought in 40 years. This has devastated the yield of crops in the Southern regions, subjecting 1.2 million people to food insecurity and […]

Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami Relief

Indonesia – Earthquake and Tsunami Relief A powerful earthquake ( 7.5 magnitude ) struck off the coast of Sulawesi, Indonesia, creating a tsunami which devastated the areas of Palu and Dongalla. Khalsa Aid International was one of the first NGO on the ground. Khalsa Aid worked closely with the local population to ensure the aid […]

Kerala Floods Relief

Kerala-India Floods Relief More than one million people were left homeless or trapped after the southern Indian state of Kerala saw its worst flooding in more than 90 years. Many water treatment plants were forced to cease pumping water, resulting in poor access to clean water, especially in northern districts. Khalsa Aid responded rapidly in […]

Congolese (DRC) Refugee Response

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is currently experiencing one of the world’s most underreported refugee emergencies. Khalsa Aid International first visited the region in January 2018, following reports of up to a million Congolese men, women and children fleeing their homes, seeking safety in neighbouring countries. Photo credit Aron Klein Khalsa Aid International initiated […]

Restoring Electricity to Assyrian Orthodox Christians

Bartella is a small Assyrian Orthodox Christian town in Northern Iraq. This town was devastated by ISIS during their campaign of terror – which included slayings, abductions and destruction of infrastructure – for two years. After ISIS was expelled from the town In October 2016 a team from Khalsa Aid International travelled to Bartella to […]

Grenfell Tower (London) Fire

 On 14 June 2017, a fire spread through the 24-storey Grenfell Tower council housing block in West London – situated just 30km from the Khalsa Aid head office. Our volunteers arrived on the scene to distribute water and also provided medical assistance. Khalsa Aid continued to provide assistance which was largely focused on the children […]

Life changing aid for Syrian refugees with disabilities

 Lebanon is host to 1.5 million Syrian refugees – more per capita than any other country in the world. Khalsa Aid International carried out further assessment to understand how we can best utilise our funds; one of our key projects has been to provide mobility aids for disabled refugees of all ages. In collaboration with […]

Syrian refugee emergency relief

Turkey is one of the largest refugee-hosting countries in the world, and its southern city of Adana is one of the many cities seeing a huge influx of refugees fleeing the war in Syria. In January 2017 Khalsa Aid International assessed the needs of these refugees living in unofficial camps scattered across the region. Khalsa […]

Winter Camp Relief and Women’s Aid

Torbali is a farming district about 50km from Izmir. It is home to a number of informal refugee camps, housing some of the three million refugees who have fled war torn Syria. The conditions in these make shift camps are very challenging and families are struggling to meet their basic needs. Following an assessment of […]