The distribution of clean water to thousands of families in Gaza through the Humanity Water Tank is one of ACT's efforts to meet the needs of clean water for Gazans. Living in an area of 360 km2, more than two million Gazans suffer from poverty and a clean water crisis due to blockades and damaged infrastructure.
After a 10-hour journey from Makassar, the Humanity Food Truck and Humanity Water Truck arrived at ACT’s Main Humanitarian Post in Mamuju. This mobile kitchen will serve disaster survivors in Mamuju and Majene.
In addition to dispatching rescue teams, Aksi Cepat Tanggap immediately responded to the needs of flood survivors in South Kalimantan by delivering food assistance. A total of 70 tons of rice aid has been prepared for flood survivors in 11 municipalities and regencies in South Kalimantan.
Heyam Al Motawaq and Hassan Shaban were among the Palestinians in Gaza who are in dire need of health care.
Lili Sadili is one of thousands of preachers in Tasikmalaya. Global Zakat-ACT appreciates Lili's 24 years of dedication through the Sahabat Dai Indonesia program.