For more than 70 years, Indian controlled Kashmir has seen its fair share of wars resulting in violence, death, and poverty. Large parts of its population are subject to a curfew and have been left isolated and struggling to access basic necessities vital for survival including food, water, medical aid and formula for infants. Women and children are the most vulnerable. UHR is responding to the crisis and aims to support affected families by providing food, water, hygiene, and healthcare. The UHR team is on the ground thoroughly assessing the situation of families affected by the ongoing violence.

Our team and volunteers in Jammu are providing nutritious food packages, water, blankets, clothing, baby formula, and medical aid. The emergency aid is being delivered by our registered partner in Jammu and Kashmir, which has permission from the authorities to carry out humanitarian work. UHR also partners on the ground registered in Kashmir to carry out humanitarian relief activities. Our partner has been granted permission from the Indian authorities to continue its work following certain restrictions. Donate to our Kashmir Emergency Appeal now and help save lives!

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