Category Archives: Sri Lanka

CAI Newsletter – January 2017 – B

40 Homes For The Homeless Distributed In Afghanistan: 40 of the 95 remote homes have now been handed over to the beneficiaries and the balance will be completed as soon as winter thaws by April insha’Allah. These are gifted to the very poor and destitute, with preference given to widows and single mothers. Blankets Distributed

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CAI Newsletter – June 2016 – B

CAI Aids Orlando Shooting Victims: CAI is lending a helping hand by aiding the families of victims who lost their lives in the tragic shooting incident at Orlando on June 12. An initial donation of $1,000 is going to the fund set up for the families and more as and when donations are received. This

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CAI Newsletter – May 2016 – A

CAI Prepares To Feed The Poor For Ramadhan 2016: CAI is gearing up to feed the poor and destitute this coming Ramadhan. In order for this project to be successful, we need to plan and mobilize now. Insha’Allah, 10,000 families will receive basic but nutrition grains to supplement their iftars. This project will be implemented in

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CAI Newsletter – March 2016 – A

Issues With Srilanka Water Wells: CAI deeply regrets to inform all donors that five out of the six Srilanka water-well project has been cancelled due to protracted local land disputes and monitoring issues. CAI is willing and ready to either refund these funds to donors or roll them towards similar water well projects currently in

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CAI Newsletter – November 2015 – A

Winter Blankets / Heating Coal Appeal – 50% Of Project Complete: With winter approaching, CAI is getting ready to save lives of vulnerable people around the world, especially refugees who will need blankets to survive. CAI will be distributing blankets and heating coals in Afghanistan and in the border areas of the conflict zone in the Middle

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CAI Newsletter – September 2015 – B

Water Wells In Sri Lanka: A very poor village in Aampaara, Sri Lanka urgently require 2 water wells of about 50 feet depth, both serving about 500 individuals each.  Villagers have to walk about 2 miles to get a bucket of water currently. One will cost US$950 and the other US$1,000. Please help if you

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