The charity relieves poverty in developing nations by providing food and other basic supplies to persons in need. The Charity works in area where there exists extreme poverty for large portions of the population. The Charity relieve poverty by providing food and other basic supplies to persons in need. From time to there is serious flash flooding. The Charity is providing necessities of life, including food, clean water, medical supplies, clothing, and/or shelter to victims of these kinds of disasters. The criteria for selection are the severity of damage caused by the disaster issue, and any extenuating circumstances such as: illness or death of other family members; applicant being sole source of support for family; poverty of family and other circumstances deemed important and urgent in the disaster context. The selection suggestions are made by the our international agents. The final decisions in Canada are made by The Board of Directors of the Organization. Due to emergency situations, the Board will approve the amount of funds to be allocated and will further allocate the percentage to be allocated for food, clean water, medical supplies, clothing, and/or shelter. The Board will also arrange for the purchase or supply from other countries or Canada (whatever is most expedient and economical), of food, clean water, medical supplies, clothing, and/or shelter and will arrange for delivery to affected area, as the case may be. Due to the emergency nature of a disaster, the final decision who will receive assistance will be delegated to our agents, except if Board members accompany the supplies. For each disaster, the agent would visit the affected area to conduct a needs assessment. The agent would make the appropriate investigation and double check references and the living situation of the affected people. The agent would make on-site determinations whether to allocate aid and how much aid to grant and what type, depending on the circumstances. No preferential treatment will be given and aid will be given to affected groups without preference, except that a triage will be made of the most needy and affected in a disaster situation.