Beirut Relief is an emergency project to help hundreds of injured and martyrs families of the huge blast that rocked Beirut on the night of Tuesday 4/8/2020
AlGhina Ngo was able to help by:
176 debts were paid
52 families received tuitions support for schooling and university
98 small businesses were supported
3,358 individuals received aids for surgeries, treatments, and/or medicines
104 families’ homes and workplaces were renovated
233 families received new appliances
The blast was so powerful, it could've been felt more than 150 miles away in Cyprus, leveling whole sections of the city near the port of Beirut, leaving nothing but twisted metal and debris for blocks in Beirut’s downtown business district. It capsized a docked passenger ship, shattered windows miles away and registered on seismographs, shaking on the earth as strongly as a 3.3-magnitude earthquake. AlGhinaNgo joined all the helping hands to restore the houses and shops that were damaged by the explosion, to replace the damaged electrical appliances with new ones and to help alleviate the burden on those families in any way possible.
The project contributes to all the efforts of AlGhina Ngo interventions in supporting the emergency relief projects in Lebanon.