Indeed with Hardship comes Ease

Emergency COVID19 Appeal: INTERNATIONAL

Zakah
Sadaqah
Lillah
General

Project:

Drop of compassion are collecting funds to ease not only the healthcare burden but also the economic burden of those impacted in Malawi, West Bengal, Bangladesh and anywhere else that may need our help during this Covid19 crisis by providing basic food, emergency and health care needs.

 

The COVID-19 virus has resulted in many vulnerable individuals and families, young and old, to be isolated in their homes without access to daily essentials. This is the problem we are facing here and we have shelter, food and access to funding. Internationally it is even a bigger issue, as most of the countries we are already supporting already struggle during normal times. The stress on the economy because of the enforced lock-down means many people won’t be able to eat a basic meal as they can’t earn any money. The overburdened healthcare system means many people will not get any treatment.

Places like Malawi don’t have access to basic healthcare with figures like:

1 doctor for every 100,000 people, the lowest figure for any country covered by the UN’s Human Development report.

(Source: The College of Medicine of Malawi Feb 15 2007)

There are only 7 ventilators in the country of Malawi to cater for 18 million people. The situation is very serious.

Drop of compassion are collecting funds to ease not only the healthcare burden but also the economic burden of those impacted in Malawi, West Bengal, Bangladesh and anywhere else that may need our help during this Crisis.

Please donate and support as much as you can.

All donations, however little, will go a long way in providing massive support. You can make a difference to lives affected by this pandemic by donating generously, THANK YOU.

 

100% Donation, No Deductions!

We guarantee 100% of your donations will reach their intended target. The charity operates on a voluntary basis ensuring our costs are kept to a minimum. The set-up, operating, admin and marketing costs are met by the trustees, supporters and some from the gift aid contributions.