This Eid, help Iraqis to recover
“There are no days on which righteous deeds are more beloved to Allah than these ten days.” (Bukhari)
£60 give water, save a life
£70 provide a food parcel to a family in Iraq for a month.
£150 safe spaces for vulnerable women and girls
Across Iraq, 6.7 million people need humanitarian help. After years of violence, around 1.5 million people are displaced within the country, and displaced families are struggling to cope with the collapse of living standards, access to basic necessities, like food and healthcare.
Many families resort to desperate extremes, selling what they depend of for their livelihoods - land and businesses – just to be able to buy food and survive.
With your help, we can change this, helping the most vulnerable Iraqis to support themselves through Ramadan and beyond.
Rebuilding Iraq this Eid
Our short-term projects – such as providing a food parcel - helps to support families in the immediate so that they don’t have to resort to selling away their livelihoods just to survive. It also strengthens communities against the spread of the virus by helping them to avoid leaving home for work during this critical time.
Our long-term projects help vulnerable Iraqis to overcome the obstacles in regaining their livelihoods and stability.
By providing solar-powered water wells in Basra, and help over 3,000 people have access to safe, clean water every day, enabling them to have a secure source of water to drink, and to keep their community clean.
And our Sakina Centre helps women and girls to recover from violence and exploitation, and trains women who have families to support, giving them essential with livelihood skills so that they can work and make a successful living.
This Dhul Hijjah, continue the legacy of the prophets, and reap the rewards of these beloved ten days.