Al-Imdaad Foundation
02 Oct 2010

Bramley/Alex Fire Disaster - 4 October 2010

Hundreds of shack dwellers in Bramley, north of Johannesburg, remained destitute on Monday after a shack fire at the weekend. About four hundred families were left homeless on Sunday. Most of the residents lost all their possessions in the fire and have been sleeping on the ground. The settlement affected was a camp of 1,200 to 1,400 people. Disaster Management appealed to Al-Imdaad Foundation for assistance in helping the victims of the fire. The Al-Imdaad Foundation adhered to the call and responded with the necessary emergency relief supplies. This operation comes days after the Foundation returned from Pakistan after a successful humanitarian aid mission.
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