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COVID-19 Pandemic

INTERNATIONAL

Covid-19 is continuing to spread around the world, with nearly 120 million confirmed cases and 2.6 million deaths across 200 countries. We are working with countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia to help distribute food and hygiene emergency packs to alleviate the pressures the pandemic has had on people and their families.

APRIL 2021 EMERGENCY MEAT AND FOOD PACKS IN LEBANON!

Nearly every day, the snowball effect of Lebanon's economic meltdown brings new developments. Prices have surged for both food and services -- the situation is verging on hyper-inflation -- and fuel shortages have plunged the country into darkness, with power outages lasting almost 24 hours. Political inaction and the devaluation of the Lira, Lebanon's official currency which has lost 85% of its value, have contributed to a growing wave of anger, frustration and desperation. Supermarkets can no longer afford to buy or keep stock having immeasurable consequences and no corrective systems put in place to help the Lebanese people get back on their feet. The crisis, combined with the coronavirus lockdown, has put at least half of the Lebanese population under the poverty line with all parts of life (health, economic, education, employment and nutrition) now affected due to the pandemic.


APRIL 2021 EMERGENCY FOOD PACKS IN THE MIDDLE EAST, ASIA AND AFRICA!

We are providing emergency food and hygiene packs in the following countries:

-Cambodia

-Nigeria

-Turkey (Syrian Refugees)

AUSTRALIA

AusRelief has always been committed to supporting and advocating for the vulnerable and less fortunate, especially in Australia. In this time of self-isolation and social distancing, it’s important to find a way to support each other and remember that we are still a community. Here’s how you can help:

  1. Stay home and limit your social interaction;
  2. Wash your hands and practice good hygiene;
  3. Purchase grocery items in reasonable amounts;
  4. Check in on friends and family by phone or text;
  5. Stay up to date with your local authorities’ regulations;
  6. Donate to support those struggling in this time.

Recognised as an essential service, our work has not been impacted by the new regulations, and we will continue to deliver our service. We will continue to take all necessary precautions to ensure that our volunteers, partners and recipients are safe.

Please help us help those struggling in this time.