Syria has entered its tenth year of conflict, and Yemenis have been facing war, displacement, and disease for six years. Help us to shine a light of hope.
Our Lost in a Decade TV appeal is live right now on Islam Channel (Sky 737 or Virgin 838). Join our presenters, Zaheer Khan, Ebrahem Ettoubi, Mohammed Abid Shah, and Khaled Gamal. They’ll be live all night from 8pm telling you all about our life-changing projects building permanent homes in Syria and fighting malnutrition in Yemen.
£5,000 – build a solid home with a bedroom, living room, and kitchen for family in Syria, which will last at least 50 years.
£700 – provide 10 family food parcels to families in Syria and Yemen
£300 – contribute towards building a solid home for a family in Syria (3 of a total of 50 shares)
£150 - Al Imaan Hospital – save 5 mothers their babies
£100 - contribute building a solid home for a family in Syria (1 of a total of 50 shares)
£100 – treat 35 children for malnutrition in Yemen
Tune in to Islam Channel now to provide healthcare and shelter in Syria, and treatment for malnutrition in Yemen.
A permanent solution to Syria’s uninhabitable camps
One decade later, over 6 million people in Syria are still displaced in their own country. Many are living in tents that don’t protect them from the bitter winters and brutal summer heat. With your help we’re building 3 apartment blocks (each with 12 apartments) for 36 families whose homes were destroyed in the war. They’ll each have a bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen, as well as electricity and running water.
400,000 Yemeni children at risk of starvation
The UN has declared that malnutrition has never been worse in Yemen, and the pandemic has put the food supply under even greater strain. 20 million Yemenis depend on humanitarian support just to survive. Without more help, the UN has warned that millions face malnutrition and starvation, and 400,000 children are at risk of starving to death by the end of 2021.
Donate to our live appeal, and help us to provide medical treatment for malnutrition to the most at-risk children.
Throughout his life, the Prophet (PBUH) emphasised the importance of sharing the blessings Allah SWT has given us, and the value of supporting the most vulnerable people in hardship. Now is the time to honour that message and save lives in Yemen and Syria.
The Messenger (PBUH) said: Whoever covers a Muslim, Allah will cover him in this life and the Hereafter. Allah is in aid of the servant so long as the servant is in aid of his brother.”(Sahih Muslim)