With your generous donations during Ramadan, we’ve been able to provide 300 people in Taiz with life-changing cataract surgery, helping them to recover their eyesight and independence.
With your help, we’re working to transform the facilities for over 4,000 people in Jamtoli camp, located in Cox’s Bazar.
Since January, our street children’s outreach centre has begun supporting 50 young children – including 15 girls.
Statement concerning Human Appeal’s termination of its relationship with Fatih Seferagic
We are awaiting our second Ramadan during the pandemic, which means it will bring some of the same unique challenges we faced last Ramadan. Among these challenges is how to balance our spirituality with our work and family life.
Now that work, schooling, family time are all entwined in one, it can be difficult to separate your work, spiritual, and family time.
Fasting has so many health benefits that many people, including non-Muslims, have taken it up as a regular health practice! Of course, we as Muslims primarily fast to build our taqwa, our consciousness of Allah, but Allah has also placed countless benefits in this practice, so that we may gain maximum benefit from it in this life and the next.
There are different ways to approach the physical effects of fasting on the body. So, in this blog, we're looking at fasting from three different lenses; The first is the approach utilized by Tibb (natural medicine) practitioners, the second is the hour-by-hour approach, and the third is the weight loss and metabolism benefits of 30 days of fasting.