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UAE based philanthropist to help needy families in Kwale

[Rach Group of Companies CEO Mr. Ravi Rach. Photo/courtesy].

Dubai based Philanthropist Ravi Rach has promised to cater for basic needs for needy families in Kinango Sub County, Kwale County within the Coast region.

Through the BG Rach Foundation, formerly referred to as Rach Family Trust, Ravi Rach has promised to cater for five children who recently lost their father in Taru village.

Rach who took over the Humanitarian aid Organisation from his late selfless Grandfather Bhurdarji Rach will ensure the children get their basic needs including food, shelter, education and any other humanitarian needs.

“We were informed about the much needed humanitarian aid by these families and B G Rach Foundation has taken the lead role to help them,” revealed Mr Rach.

To start with, the selfless philanthropist will provide food to a family who lost their bread winner, will also pay all school fees for the five children for both their Secondary to University education.

“We are here to serve humanity and that’s the core mandate for B G Rach Foundation, Ali Said, Mohammed Said and Juma Said together with their two minors in Taru will access all basic needs and school fees courtesy of B G Rach Foundation,” reiterated Mr Rach.

He said the Foundation that has already transformed lives of the needy families in India, Malawi, Kenya among other countries will do more for the rural communities within Kinango Sub County.

While responding to the kindhearted UAE based Investor, the three brothers thanked Ravi Rach through the B G Rach Foundation for his kind gesture to revive their dreams of getting higher education.

Meanwhile, B G Rach Foundation is working towards construction residential houses for over 23 families in Taru area.

Speaking from Dubai, Mr Rach said since Taru area is a renowned semi arid land the families going through drastic economic challenges will also benefit from two large boreholes that will serve the entire households.

“It soothes my heart when I see smiles on faces of many families who were once entangled in poverty and dispair. I will do everything possible to ensure lives of these individuals are positively transformed,” he added.

The humanitarian works for the construction of houses and boreholes is scheduled for September this year, however, for the five needy children together with their mother starts immediately.

B G Rach Foundation catered for needy families in Mtwapa, Kilifi County during the entire Covid-19 period.