Twenty-four-year-old Waheeba Mohammad lives in the village of Alsalamiah, on the west bank of the Nile River in Sudan. She was working in the nearby village when torrential rains forced the roof of a building to collapse directly on top of her, breaking her right leg and pelvis.
When she returned home, she found her two-bedroom house, which she shared with relatives, washed away by the floods that displaced nearly 400,000 people in Sudan. Injured, with no proper shelter, and having lost everything she ever owned, Waheeba and her children were helpless.
Thanks to the generous and unwavering support of our donors, our teams were able to get Waheeba essential medication to treat her injuries and provided her and her children with an emergency shelter kit to protect them from further rainfall.
In an emergency, we work hard on the ground to reach as many survivors as possible, providing hot meals and hygiene kits so that families do not go hungry or get sick.
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