Humanitarian Aid


Picture this – a catastrophic earthquake strikes a densely populated metropolis, leaving thousands without shelter, sustenance or medical care in its wake. In a crisis of such enormity, every moment is pivotal. The boundary between life and death is often determined by the alacrity and dexterity of interventions in the aftermath. According to available data, an estimated 45,000 lives are forfeited annually due to calamities, underscoring the life-critical nature of relief in response. The growing…