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#Spread Peace and #Feed the Hungry

13 May 2017

Every year countless numbers across the world face the Holy month of Ramadan without the food or resources to feed their fasting families. In countries scarred by conflict, poverty, and disaster many cannot even find a little food to break their fast each day. This year we continue with our annual Ramadan food hamper programme for people from 16 countries across the world, bearing in mind the instruction of the noble Prophet (PBUH) who said, “O People, Spread Peace and Feed the Hungry”. For just...


Clothe A Syrian Orphan for Eid

13 May 2017

Due to conflict and war, countless Syrian orphans are left without those to care for and support them. After the holy month of Ramadan when Muslim children across the world put on new clothes for Eid, these children wear the same clothes they have been wearing for a few years which often have become too small for them. This year, lets ensure that these Syrian orphans can also dress up smartly in new clothes. For just R550 you can sponsor an Eid clothes-pack including dresses (for girls), pants...


FEED SYRIA CAMPAIGN

13 May 2017

The FEED SYRIA campaign is an initiative of Al-Imdaad Foundation’s office in Jordan. The campaign is being coordinated in partnership with the Jordan Hashemite Charity Organisation (JHCO) and the Jordanian armed forces. It involves the distribution of rice to Syrian refugees stranded in the no-man’s land area between Syria and Jordan. The rice is delivered by the Jordanian armed forces from the border. The beneficiary community are stuck in the border regions of Syria and Jordan but are unable...


Somalia Food Crisis 2017

10 Mar 2017

Somalia teeters on the brink of a devastating famine as a result of an extended drought. Consecutive seasons of poor rainfall have caused the death of three quarters of the county’s livestock which are the main source of income and livelihood for most the population. An estimated 6.2 million Somalians are at risk of a famine that could be even worse than the 2011 disaster which claimed the lives of more than 260 000 people. Currently, more than 363 000 acutely malnourished children and 70 000...


Jordan Refugee Support

31 Jan 2017

Jordan has always been home to a large number of refugees, initially these were mainly Palestinian refugees but ever since the Syrian crisis Jordan has become host to one of the largest numbers of Syrian refugees in the Middle East after Turkey and Lebanon. Currently UNRWA estimates place the number of registered Palestinian refugees in Jordan at some 2 million living in over 10 camps. There are also an estimated 1.4 million Syrians in Jordan with 655 496 registered Syrian refugees. Many of these...


Jordan Container Homes

31 Jan 2017

There are an estimated 1.4 million Syrian in Jordan. Of these, some 655 496 have been officially registered as refugees. The majority of Syrians in Jordan live outside of official refugee camps such as the two largest Zaatari and Mafraq camps. Most live in squalid urban dwellings where they struggle to eke out an existence on the margins of society. But the worst off are those forced to live in makeshift camps and tents in the desert. These refugees are the poorest with the least resources and...


Help Save Aleppo’s Evacuees

16 Dec 2016

Many neighbourhoods in eastern Aleppo faced a war of extermination under a brutal siege and the blockade of the only humanitarian access point into the area for much of 2016. Residents faced unprecedented shelling in the last weeks of the siege with over a thousand lives lost in strikes in November and early December 2016. Many other injured civilians also lost their lives due to the collapse of the medical system in the besieged areas. Chlorine gas and other illegal munitions were repeatedly...


Rohingya Crisis

25 Nov 2016

Thousands of Rohingya poured into Bangladesh after the worst round of violence since 2012 broke out against the persecuted minority in October 2016. Ongoing for up to 4 months the latest flare-ups displaced tens of thousands and killed over a 100. At least 1250 buildings were torched early on, including homes and mosques and many women reported being raped and abused. In addition, over 150 000 people usually reliant on humanitarian were cut off from supplies while the military engaged in ‘clean-up’...


Flour For Syria

17 Nov 2016

Into the seventh year of the Syrian crisis and life for civilians remains difficult. Millions have taken refuge in neighbouring countries and for those displaced or living in towns and cities, many cannot meet their daily needs. The price of a pack of pita loaves has seen incredible escalations making it unaffordable to many families. The price is a reflection of the fact that there has been no healthy agriculture and trade in Syria for the last four to five years. With wheat being the staple...


Winter Warmth for Syrian Refugees 2016

02 Nov 2016

For Syrian refugees living in camps and temporary shelters, winter is a terrifying and life-threatening experience. With recent winters bringing sub-zero temperatures to the Middle Eastern region, the conditions of refugee and displaced communities has become even more vulnerable. There are some 4.8 million registered Syrian refugees and UNHCR estimates that there are about 8.5 million displaced people inside Syria, with close to a million displaced this year alone. Many of these families struggle...



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