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Mercy Relief’s Transitional Shelter Projects in Nepal comes to a completion

Mercy Relief’s emergency transitional shelter programme in Nepal comes to a completion before the full-force of the monsoon hits the quake-stricken country. These transitional shelters will provide roofs over the heads of more than 2550 people whose homes were damaged or destroyed by two earthquakes which hit the country late April and mid-May.

The transitional shelter projects were made possible with the donations received from Rahmatan Lil ‘Alamin Foundation (RLAF), which launched a nationwide fundraising campaign via its network of mosques across Singapore. Nearly a quarter of a million dollars was raised, and entirely invested into the transitional shelter programme.