Islamic Help: An International NGO Trying to Demolish Poverty from This World!
Since 2011, many people have forced to leave their homes in Syria. Millions of people fled across the border to Jordan. According to United Nations, two-thirds of the total refugees are women and children. Many different countries and organizations are working hard to support these people but it’s still less, whatever we are trying to do.
In this hard time, Islamic Help is trying to make a difference too. Many families had comfortable homes and a decent income before the fighting. Having left behind everything to escape to Jordan, they typically live in poor-quality accommodation and receive only food coupons which are inadequate for their needs. Children are malnourished and those of working-age struggle to earn a living to provide for their families. With your support we are striving to provide them shelter, food and the necessities. Faced with such a situation, many families are trapped in poverty. With the cost of rental accommodation continuing to rise, one of the biggest issues is finding the money to pay for shelter. Thanks to our big-hearted donors, Islamic Help is able to help the most vulnerable families by paying their rent for at least three months.
Islamic Help is a UK registered charity and international NGO established in 2003 by a group of young people determined to make a difference to the lives of those afflicted by poverty and suffering. In recent years, Islamic Help has continued providing emergency relief following major disasters and has delivered humanitarian aid to tens of thousands of refugees and displaced as a result of conflicts like Gaza, the Central African Republic and Syria. Islamic Help remains a youth-led and youth-driven organization with experienced and dedicated leaders in the field of international development work at its helm. Islamic Help prides itself too on its unique ability to marshal young people, many of whom are still in full time education, into the field of development work.
Characterized by its involvement with young people and its ability to inspire, motivate and mobilize young people Islamic Help now works in over 20 countries and has offices in Birmingham, London, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sudan and Tanzania. Islamic Help remains a youth led and youth driven organization but has at its helm experienced and dedicated leaders in the field of international development work.