The blessed month of Ramadan is here, bringing unparalleled chance for blessings. Allah rewards good deeds performed in Ramadan many times over, allowing you to seek protection, forgiveness, and blessings through charity.
The Messenger of Allah said, “Ramadan has come to you. (It is) a month of blessing, in which Allah covers you with blessing, for He sends down Mercy, decreases sins and answers prayers...” (Al-Tabarani)
£50 – Provide a mother and baby with life-saving medical care at Al Imaan hospital.
£100 - Al Imaan Hospital - save 6 mothers or babies.
£20 – Provide two sick Syrians with medical treatment at one of our two primary healthcare centres.
In this blessed month, help us to keep Al Imaan Hospital open for the 6,000 people who receive treatment here every single month.
This Ramadan, 12 million Syrians need health assistance, but hospitals are being bombed and shut down, while prices continue to rise. The cost of basic items like food has shot up by 70%.
Give £50 and reap the multiplied blessings of Ramadan, while helping the doctors at Al Imaan hospital to provide a mother and baby with lifesaving healthcare.
Our Al Imaan project is Zakat-applicable, and you can multiply your reward for this duty by 70 times when you give in Ramadan. Use our Zakat calculator to calculate what you owe.
Our hospital and health centres don’t just support mothers and babies, they also provide local treatment for injuries and diseases, and also support sick children in the area.
How Al Imaan saves lives:
4,000 receive treatment every month.
2,000 receive support through our mobile clinic and primary healthcare centres.
219,317 people in Syria supported through health projects last year.
We urgently need your help to keep Al Imaan open during Ramadan. Help us to raise £13,650 per month so that we can remain open, providing thousands of people with access to emergency care, surgery, mobile clinics, and an ambulance. Syrians have endured ten years of a long and brutal conflict. In that time, relentless attacks on hospitals has made Al Imaan Hospital in Idlib more essential than ever. It is truly a lifeline for an entire community.
The latest figures in Syria
Across Syria, a staggering 11.7 million people need humanitarian support, and around 6.2 million people are displaced. Hospitals are being targeted and shut down – including Human Appeal’s former Al Imaan Hospital in Aleppo – with almost half of all health facilities in Syria either partly operational, or completely out of service.
Since last Ramadan, the cost of items needed simply to survive has increased by almost 70%. It’s the most vulnerable – children, displaced families, pregnant women, older people who struggle to get the urgent medicine and healthcare that they need.
Donate in the merciful month of Ramadan and help us to provide essential healthcare to the most vulnerable people in Syria.
Our work in Syria
You’ve helped us to support over 9 million people in Syria since our work began in 2013. In 2021, you helped us to support a total of 349,896 people in Syria through our healthcare, food security, and emergency projects in Syria. Throughout last year, you helped us to support 124,409 people through Al Imaan Hospital, our mobile clinics, and primary healthcare centre.
But your support is still critical in keeping Al Imaan open. Displaced and sick Syrians, mothers and their newborn babies immediately need your help to continue to access urgent healthcare.
The Messenger of Allah said, Ramadan has come to you. (It is) a month of blessing, in which Allah covers you with blessing, for He sends down Mercy, decreases sins and answers prayers...Al-Tabarani