We provide the most vulnerable families with food security through the provision of food as well as direct food donations.DONATE
We provide the most vulnerable families with healthcare by procuring expensive medications and medical supplies as well as facilitating doctor visitations.DONATE
Any donation, no matter how small, will help us reach and support those caught up in the biggest humanitarian crisis of the 21st century. We work to support those working inside Syria as well as Syrian refugees in neighboring countries to provide healthcare, food, water as well as education, for the most vulnerable in affected areas.DONATE
Your generous donation will help us in the fight against poverty, disease, conflict and natural disasters wherever they may arise. Unrestricted funds allow us to allocate our resources where they are needed most and your generous help will make a real difference to people’s lives in times of crisis.DONATE
With your kind donations, the Kuwait Red Crescent provides food and medicine to the most affected and vulnerable in the ongoing violence in Yemen. We also support vulnerable families pay school fees for their children.DONATE
We work in Somalia, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Djibouti and other Eastern African countries to provide access to water healthcare and food security.DONATE
With your kind contribution we help the people of Iraq in several geographic areas including Erbil and Fallujah among others, with medical needs, food security, as well as vouchers for vulnerable families to buy basic household needs.DONATE
With your kind contribution we strive to meet the needs of the Palestinian people by providing food, clothes, access to education, access to clinics and medicine as well as renovating homes, whenever the need arises.DONATE
The Kuwait Red Crescent Society is launching its annual Ramadan campaign to assist the most vulnerable families in Kuwait through the provision of food, health and education. With 5,000 families registered at KRCS’ Department of Local Assistance, donations from corporations and individuals go a long way in improving lives. Specifically, donations provide: Food security, clothing and diapers for the elderly · Partial payments for school tuition fees of children from vulnerable families inside Kuwait. Despite KRCS efforts in 2017, there remain a great number of children deprived of an education. · Providing health care to vulnerable families by providing expensive medicines and medical supplies and access to healthcare. · Assisting people living with disabilities and their families, by providing what is needed to contribute to a better living condition including but not limited to access to physiotherapy or necessary surgery and paying partial tuition fees.DONATE
The Kuwait Red Crescent Society’s campaign aims to relieve civilians suffering of critical humanitarian conditions in Ghouta, as thousands of infants and children are suffering of starvation. KRCS cooperates with the Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) to urgently provide civilians with food supplies, medical supplies and children’s milk.DONATE
Target group: Syrian refugee patients who need dialysis sessions.
Objective: To preserve the lives of as many patients as possible who are at risk of losing their lives if no intervention is made.
Session cost: 40 KD
Cost of three sessions per patient per week: 120 KD
One of our main priorities at KRCS is to provide access to education for all children of vulnerable communities living in Kuwait. Our 3rd annual education campaign, is our ongoing effort to aid families in their financial burden of keeping their children in school.
The campaign began in 2015 as a collaboration between KRCS and NBK, to pay partial school fees for the most vulnerable families in Kuwait. More than 13,000 parents registered their children for assistance. In our first year, we raised funds to assist 500 students. In our second year, we increased our efforts and raised funds to assist 2565 students.
Current Situation • Families are so burdened by the rising cost of education that they only register one or two of their children each year, leaving their siblings at home.
• Due to the financial strain of school fees, many vulnerable families opt to send the boys to school and leave the girls at home.
• Many vulnerable families send their children to school for only a limited number of years before they drop out so that their younger siblings can go to school.
Objectives • The campaign aims at easing the financial burden of school fees on vulnerable families, ensuring that more and more children stay in school. In turn, this contributes to decreasing illiteracy amongst vulnerable communities, empowering the new generation both economically and socially, and curbing the phenomenon of child peddlers.
• To equip the new generation of children of vulnerable communities with the right tools for success, beginning with access to education. Neglecting them makes them susceptible to extremism, terrorism, early marriage and child labor.
Results • Contribute to social stability of vulnerable communities which in turn, creates an educated, mindful and effective generation that feels part of and contributes to society.
• Empowering and enabling the youth of marginalized communities economically will, in the long run, contribute to the development and social security of the marginalized. • Long-term contribution to the Human Security of all residents of Kuwait
Kuwait Red Crescent Society believes that education is every child’s right. Therefore, we are working to support educational centers that accommodate different levels, inside refugee camps. The project will provide educational opportunities for children of different ages and help reduce child labor issues while at the same time providing job opportunities for the teachers living inside these refugee camps.DONATE