Mercy Worldwide Trust a non profit-making organisation,

We are a small team working to help victims of conflict or natural disaster around the world, particularly orphans, widows and the most vulnerable.

Since beginning our work a few years ago, we’ve begun to make a positive difference to the lives of people with limited resources and in very challenging environments.  Our successes have been achieved through forging strong partnerships with local organisations in each of the locations we serve.

  • Rohingya Sep 2017

    We were in Tumbru Village, at the border between Bangladesh and Myanmar, across the creek of water there are 1289 Rohingya families, approx 6,000 people. They only had a few days food left when we arrived. Getting to the village we faced many challenges, due to location, this meant security was tense on the border, … Continue reading Rohingya Sep 2017

  • Gaza December 2015

    “A warm winter for those who are deprived of these basic needs “ The recent war in Gaza, which was the main reason behind the destruction of hundreds of homes and displacing thousands of families whose homes have been demolished in whole or in part, to become uninhabitable In December 2015 we accommodated 900 families … Continue reading Gaza December 2015

  • Container Loaded and Shipped to Greece

    The Mercy Worldwide team loaded two ambulances and high value aid due for Lesbos, Greece for the refugee crisis. We could not have done this without your support. The mission is on going , please help us to help them Your donations will help us to provide SHELTER & WARMTH in the fast approaching freezing … Continue reading Container Loaded and Shipped to Greece

  • RAPA15 Updates from Greece

    The Reality on ground is very harsh and not reported in the media. There are mothers here who lost their children in the sea because the dingy were going to sink and the captain thought kids were excess baggage. More volunteers and Medics are desperately needed! Please spare some time and join us in Lesvos … Continue reading RAPA15 Updates from Greece

  • Amir Khan welcomes our cyclist in Lahore, Pakistan

    Our world cyclist arrived in Lahore on the 2nd August 2015 to a welcome reception in Lahore, Pakistan by World Boxing Champion Amir Khan  

  • Emergency Relief Gaza – Jul to Sep 2014

    During the July 2014 Deadly attacks on Gaza, where 1000’s were killed and injured and made homeless. Mercy Worldwide volunteers tirelessly sprung into action, working around the clock to deliver aid and medical supplies to Gaza on a urgent and immediate bases. As always with your prayers and support we were one of the first … Continue reading Emergency Relief Gaza – Jul to Sep 2014

  • Syrian Refugee Camps, Winter Fuel Dec 2013

    Whilst we traveled to the Syrian camps in Dec 2013, we saw that there was a desperate need for burning fuel. It was very difficult to survive without fuel in the camps, the weather was getting colder and families were forced to suffer further.

  • Syrian Refugee Camps Winter Relief

    Due to the crisis in Syria millions of people left their homes and become refugees. Some of the largest number headed to the Lebanese / Syria border and they were getting little to no help. Due to the winter weather kids were freezing and some had already died. We decided to head to the Lebanese … Continue reading Syrian Refugee Camps Winter Relief

  • Gaza Aid Work Nov13

    Representatives from Mercy worldwide, traveled to Gaza in Nov 2013, after many difficulties and delays they managed to enter Gaza. In Gaza they visited previous projects which had been completed and also carried out further projects. We visited camps and distributed food vouchers to allow them to purchase food.

  • Emergency Relief and Medical Camps in District Narowal Aug – Oct 2013

    We continue to work with our partner NRDP in Narowal District, as a  result of heavy monsoon rains that started in mid of August, 2013, Pakistan once again faced the heavy flash and riverine floods in four provinces resulted in to human life loss, infrastructure damage, agricultural and economy loss at massive level.

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