Aid to Survivors of the Badakhshan Landslides

Apr 5, 2011

Food Distribution

In November of 2010, the AIL office in Herat purchased food items such as sugar, edible oil, teas and beans to distribute to at least 300 families.  In December, they began to distribute the food items with the assistance of one of AIL's Learning Centers, to 50 families (at least 6 family members each) made up of widows and orphans from the nearby Asia Kalookhi village.  In January 2011, another 176 people (22 families with 8 family members each) from Herat City and some nearby villages received food distributions.  Many of them had not received food from anyone else and were very thankful to AIL for providing assistance to them when they needed it most.


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Sakena Yacoobi

Founder & CEO
Dearborn, MI United States

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Map of Aid to Survivors of the Badakhshan Landslides