https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/gift-of-the-givers-kzn-water-relief-efforts-reach-1-million-litre-mark-a4bade86-e9c7-4c68-b506-6fa1279c5cfa?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1651671601 Throughout recent days, GOTG project director Ali Sablay said their water assortment drive hit the 1,000,000 liter imprint, with somewhere around one truck departing for dissemination consistently. Story go on beneath Advertisment Sablay said the effect of these gifts was immense as one five-liter jug of water could in a real sense save a family, also the many individuals on persistent prescription that couldn't accept their medicine as specific pieces of KZN's water supply were debased.
Compassionate guide association Gift of the Givers is determined to give out 10 000 food packages to oppressed regions inside the Western Cape as the Muslim blessed month of Ramadan is set to start off on Sunday. Project director Ali Sablay said trucks were leaving to different region of the Western Cape where they were set to distribute the food packages to 13 taking care of focuses until late Saturday night, just before the beginning of Ramadan in South Africa.
Aid organisation, Gift of the Givers, has stepped up outreach programmes in informal settlements at George and Oudtshoorn in the Southern Cape following devastating flash floods earlier this week. Roads were damaged, water pipelines affected and schools forced to close. Relief coordinator, Ali Sablay, says they're distributing materials to help people rebuild their dwellings ~ SABCNEWS The gift of givers are always the first to go out of their way for our citizens something our own government can't even do.
The Eastern Cape residents have resorted to eating grass, shrubs and tortoises to fill their stomachs. One of the famies contracted rabbies after eating stray dog. The residents are starving and have nothing to eat. Dr Imtiaz Sooliman, head of disaster-response non-governmental organisation Gift of the Givers Foundation, says the humanitarian crisis is the worst he’s ever seen – and he’s witnessed the devastation of war-torn Syria and the apocalyptic aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia. Ali Sablay,
Gift of the Givers was at it again on Friday when they showed the people of George that they cared. This was after they made their way to offered relief to the affected members of the public who experienced some floods during the week . The organization made a delivery of plastic sheeting to more than 100 families.This came at a time when there is an expectation of more rainfall and possible flooding to the area .
Humanitarian organisation, Gift of the Givers, has stepped up relief efforts for about 400 people displaced by a shack fire at Wallacede near Kraaifontein. About 90 shacks were destroyed in the area yesterday. Gift of the Givers spokesperson, Ali Sablay, says they will also assist learners who have lost their books and uniforms:
The residents of George , in Cape Town which was hit the hardest by high rainfall during the week received the much needed assistance from Care of the Givers .The organzation reportedly supplied plastic sheeting to the more than 100 families in George as they anticipted more rainfall and a possibility of flooding over the weekend .
Children are eating plants to survive as hunger strikes due to covid-19 pandemic and lockdown which is enforced .This is happening in Peddie in the Eastern cape.As lockdown is enforced the number of households that is hungry has doubled, according to survey or reaserch. But when Gift of Giver Project manager Ali Sablay told Ground up when the arrived in Wesly,Peddie,last week peoplestarted dancing and singing with excitement .As only 25 food parcels had been handed out since lockdown. He even added by saying
Masiphumelele residents is good to have a good day to day as they are going to have something to eat , atleast they won't worry about what to eat. They had a very difficult week so today is all about forgetting and smiling abit. By Kaylynn Palm Everyday Gift of the Givers have been contributing with hot meals to Masiphumelele residents.Today will be a very special day for them as they were all clueless on how they were going to spend their Christmas day. The Humanitarian organisation Gift of the Givers is going
Hunger hits communities struggle to put food on table. Evidence has shown that hunger has doubled and with the lockdown being in place it has made life miserable for most citizens of South Africa. With the lockdown restrictions and regulations more have lost their jobs and a large number of people are bankrupt and they are left with no ends meet. According to the survey conducted by the Gift of the Givers it is the worst hunger in the past 28 years. Children in Eastern Cape surving by eating wild plants as