An emergency response program is designed to help the poorest population address various emergency situations that could occur within their communities.
Results: The emergency component succeeded in playing a role model in coordinating efforts to meet beneficiaries basic needs through. More than 6000 families have been reached during the pandemic through the distribution of food packages, sanitizers, safety awareness brochures, psycho-social support…etc. Providing 22000 face masks and sanitizers, as well as producing 1000 protective clothes for doctors. Implementing 15 sheep breeding projects. Offering alcohol bottles.
Achievements: Respond to the negative effect of climate change such as floods that swept through Egypt affecting 500 families and destroying their houses. BLESS contributed to alleviating their suffering through The reparation of 60 houses in Cairo, Qaliubeya, and Alexandria governorates to make them more prepared for disasters and less-at risk. Rising health and emergency awareness to face disasters and floods.