Over the last month the Amity Foundation provided disaster relief to the victims of the Sri Lanka floods. Amity will use granted resources of the Hong Kong Disaster Relief Fund to provide food, kitchen utensils, mattresses and hygiene products to support nearly 1,900 affected families.
Aid agencies Hong Kong Red Cross, Oxfam Hong Kong, Plan International Hong Kong, Save the Children Hong Kong and The Amity Foundation joined efforts today to garner greater support from the Hong Kong public to help millions of people facing hunger in East Africa.
After two consecutive years of drought, Eastern and Southern Ethiopia are in the grip of a new draught in 2017. The Amity Foundation is responding to the humanitarian crisis with our local partner Lutheran World Service (LWF) Ethiopia.
More than 200 people have been killed and 600,000 are displaced after devastating flooding and mudslides hit Sri Lanka on 15 May 2017. The Amity Foundation pledged to give 1 million RMB life-saving emergency aid to affected people and sent a team of disaster relief officers to Sri Lanka.
The Amity Foundation conducted two training sessions for village school teachers in Sichuan Province. These workshops marked the beginning of a 3-year project funded by Versace. The project aims to provide sustainable and comprehensive support for at-risk children in the local communities of Anyue.