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“Whoever saves the life of one, it is as if he saved the whole of mankind”

(Qur’an 5:32)


Saving lives since 1984

When an emergency strikes, Islamic Relief aims to be the first on the ground, swiftly assessing the situation and providing immediate relief and ongoing support to those affected.

Our presence in over 40 countries is saving the lives of millions of people all across the globe. From war-torn regions like Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen and Gaza, to drought-stricken countries in East Africa, and flash-flooded countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sudan, we are on the ground,  providing families with life-saving food, water, shelter, medical care and psychosocial support, and helping to rebuild communities.



🔴 Escalating Violence in DR Congo 

With escalating violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), more than 150,000 people, over half of them children, have been displaced. The region has been facing prolonged conflict, including the recent surge in violence between the M23 rebel group and armed loyalists – who have forced communities from the safety of their homes in search of refuge. The situation is rapidly deteriorating and reaching critical levels, resulting in a shortage of essential resources such as food, shelter, and clean water.

Humanitarian organizations are concerned and emphasise the need for immediate intervention. Entire communities have fled and lack access to fundamental needs, including food, safe shelter, and clean water. The crisis demands urgent and immediate attention.

Islamic Relief’s Response

Islamic Relief is monitoring the situation and is ready to scale up activities based on the evolving needs. We will be responding to this crisis through our implementing partner in Congo, the UPDDHE (Union for the Promotion/Protection and Defense of Human Rights and the Environment), which plans to provide food assistance to 471 newly displaced households for one month.

We recognise the urgent need and implore our local donor community to support this cause and contribute to sending life-saving aid to the displaced people in Congo.

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🔴 Sudan Emergency

The conflict in Sudan has reached a critical point, leaving millions of lives hanging in the balance. Armed clashes persist between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), particularly in Darfur and Kordofan. The consequences are alarming, with over 12,190 lives lost since mid-April and many more wounded.

The internally displaced population has soared to over 6 million, facing dire living conditions across 5,742 locations in 18 states. Cholera outbreaks have added to the misery, with over 5,000 suspected cases and over 70% of healthcare facilities shuttered due to resource shortages. A staggering 24.7 million are urgently in need of humanitarian assistance. The conflict has triggered acute food insecurity for 15 million people, marking the highest ever recorded levels during Sudan’s harvesting season.

 

Urgent Needs on the Ground

The people of Sudan are facing an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, demanding immediate action. Lifesaving medicines, medical supplies, and equipment for hospitals are desperately needed. Food, fuel for generators, and rehabilitation of health facilities are critical for patient care. The lack of access to fundamentals such as clean water, sanitation, and hygiene exacerbates the suffering. The livelihoods of vulnerable groups, including women, children, and persons with disabilities, hang in the balance.

 

Islamic Relief’s Response

Islamic Relief is responding. Our teams in Sudan have been providing crucial assistance since the crisis erupted on April 15, 2023. A total of 354,453 people have received support, with 266,310 benefiting from food and livelihood assistance. WASH services have reached 12,566 people, while 65,750 have received health and nutrition support. We will continue supporting the people of Sudan in their time of need.

As the crisis in Sudan deepens, every gesture of support matters. Islamic Relief has made strides in assisting the affected population, but the journey is far from over. You can make a difference by contributing to our ongoing efforts. Your donations make a difference, give hope, and provide lifesaving aid to those in need.

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🔴 Nepal Earthquake Emergency

A month has passed since the devastating 6.4 and 5.6 magnitude earthquakes struck Jajarkot, wreaking havoc across 13 districts in Nepal. The quake has been devastating, especially in harsh remote mountain villages near the epicentre, and has left more than 300,000 people affected, with 250,000 requiring urgent humanitarian aid. At least 150 people have died, with many more injured and an alarming 60,012 homes either damaged or destroyed.

Jajarkot and Rukum West bear the brunt of this disaster as half the buildings have been flattened in these districts. Dozens of health facilities lie in ruins, and 89 schools have been destroyed or damaged. At least 65,000 people are displaced, forcing them to live in makeshift tents in the cold winter months.

 

Islamic Reliefs Response

Islamic Relief has responded, and our teams in Nepal have partnered with local organizations to deliver food aid, emergency shelter items, medical consumables, hygiene kits and winterization items to over 16,000 people. Our commitment extends beyond immediate relief – we have conducted a detailed needs assessment to identify gaps and requirements for the recovery phase.

Islamic Relief recognizes the urgent need for shelter, economic recovery, and the restoration of water facilities and education services. By understanding the unique challenges, we are strategically working to provide sustained support towards rebuilding lives and promoting resilience.

Your contribution can make a difference. Support Islamic Relief in rebuilding Nepal by donating today. Let us be a beacon of hope for those in need.

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🔴  6.8-magnitude Earthquake devastates Morocco

A catastrophic 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck 70 kilometres from the historic city of Marrakech, Morocco. The current death toll stands at over 600 and is likely to rise in the coming hours, with many more wounded as the true extent of this tragedy becomes clear. The quake struck the southwest of Marrakesh at a depth of 18.5 kilometres and caused widespread panic and destruction to buildings in major cities. The severity of the quake was felt throughout Morocco and was the largest quake to hit the country in over 100 years.

 

This quake has left countless families homeless, injured, and in despair. Aftershocks continue to rattle the region, making rescue efforts even more challenging. The full extent of the devastation is still unknown, but the urgency of our response is pivotal.

 

Islamic Relief is committed to helping those in need and is gearing up to respond swiftly to this emergency. In the coming hours and days, our teams will be on the ground, working with the local response teams to provide essential relief to affected communities. We will do assessments to see the need and respond accordingly. Our response will be tailored to the needs of those who have suffered in a joint response. We will offer long-term support to affected families to rebuild their lives.

 

In this time of need, we call upon the generosity of our local donor community. Your support makes a difference, and every donation, no matter the amount, will help us reach more people, deliver essential aid, and provide hope to those who have lost so much. Let us stand with the people of Morocco as they face this unprecedented tragedy. Let us extend our hands in solidarity, contribute and be a beacon of hope in their hour of need.

 

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🔴 Violence in Sudan

Violence broke out in Sudan on Saturday, April 15, as rival factions fought for control of the capital. Since then, heavy fighting has continued in residential areas and near hospitals, resulting in hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries, according to the World Health Organization. However, the actual toll is likely much higher.

Shihab Mohamedali, from Islamic Relief Sudan office, reports:

“The situation remains tense, with ongoing shooting, fighting, and bombing. Banks and bridges are closed, and many shops have been looted or burnt down. Islamic Relief Sudan is conducting meetings to determine their response once the situation stabilizes.”

Sudan is already facing one of the world’s biggest humanitarian crises. Almost 16 million people are in need of aid due to economic collapse, rampant inflation, and one of the highest rates of child malnutrition in the world. The price of food has soared due to the depreciation of the Sudanese currency, and the country’s ongoing political crisis.

As the situation is extremely volatile, Islamic Relief field staff are still working to identify the most-pressing needs. But we must appeal to you now so that once the situation on the ground has stabilized, banks have resumed operations, and our teams have evaluated the emergency response needed, we can move quickly to get aid to those who need it.

“…Bodies are laid out in the streets, most hospitals have been bombed, electricity has been out for days, and people are running out of water and food. Our teams on the ground are unable to assess the humanitarian need yet, but it is clear the need for aid is going to be large.”

– Awrad Saleh, Senior International Programs Manager for IRUSA.

We need you to work together with us for Sudan now like we have for the past 40 years. Please give as generously as you can.


🔴 Somalia’s Plight Deepens as Floods causes widespread devastation and despair. 

The recent devastating floods in Somalia have compounded the challenges faced by a country already grappling with drought and the threat of famine. Heavy rainfall in May has triggered the Shabelle River to overflow, causing widespread flooding in the Beledweyne District of the central Hiran region, swamping the town and displacing at least 450 000 people.

The flash floods, triggered by seasonal rains in Somalia and the Ethiopian highlands, have wreaked havoc on homes, crops, and livestock, and disrupted essential services such as schools and hospitals in Beledweyne. Roads and bridges are impassable, farmlands submerged, while livelihoods of farmers hang in the balance. This crisis highlights the undeniable impact of climate change, disproportionately affecting those who contribute the least to carbon emissions.

 

Islamic Relief’s Response

Islamic Relief has been unwavering in its dedication to supporting Somalia since 2008, diligently working to uplift vulnerable communities and break the cycle of poverty. In these challenging times, our commitment shines through as we crucially assist those affected by floods and drought. We have been on the ground, delivering water, food aid, medical care, shelter items, and hygiene kits to families and communities suffering from the devastating impact of these disasters.

Our efforts are driven by a deep sense of empathy and compassion. We understand the immense challenges in the wake of climate-related disasters. Through sustainable solutions and long-term support, we aim to build resilience and ensure no one is left behind.

 

🔴 A devastating cyclone causes havoc in Bangladesh and Myanmar

Cyclone Mocha, a devastating category-5 storm, unleashed havoc on parts of Bangladesh and Myanmar, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake, particularly impacting refugee camps. With sustained winds exceeding 200 km/h and gusts reaching close to 250 km/h, the cyclone forced the evacuation of around 500,000 people. At least six people died and more than 700 others were injured, despite massive evacuations from coastal areas over the last few days. The world’s largest refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, bore the brunt of the storm, experiencing significant damage with over 1,300 shelters destroyed and heavy rainfall triggering landslides and floods, exacerbating the already dire situation. Although the storm rapidly dissipated as it moved inland, rescue and cleanup efforts may face obstacles due to thunderstorms in the upcoming days. The Rohingya refugee camps face ongoing challenges and require increased and sustained aid to address urgent needs. Efforts are needed to provide assistance, restore infrastructure, and ensure the well-being and safety of the affected populations in the aftermath of Cyclone Mocha.

 

Islamic Relief’s response

Islamic Relief has been actively working in Bangladesh since 1991, providing humanitarian assistance and support to vulnerable communities. Islamic Relief played a crucial role by conducting disaster preparedness training and mobilizing trained volunteers ahead of Cyclone Mocha’s arrival. We assisted in the timely evacuation of vulnerable communities to safer locations while proactively securing food packs, water supplies, and hygiene kits for families in need. We are also committed to restoring and rebuilding shelters in the affected refugee camps, ensuring that the displaced populations have safe and dignified living conditions. Your support enables us to provide for vulnerable people and communities in affected regions.

 

🔴 Violence in Sudan

Violence broke out in Sudan on Saturday, April 15, as rival factions fought for control of the capital. Since then, heavy fighting has continued in residential areas and near hospitals, resulting in hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries, according to the World Health Organization. However, the actual toll is likely much higher.

Shihab Mohamedali, from Islamic Relief Sudan office, reports:

“The situation remains tense, with ongoing shooting, fighting, and bombing. Banks and bridges are closed, and many shops have been looted or burnt down. Islamic Relief Sudan is conducting meetings to determine their response once the situation stabilizes.”

Sudan is already facing one of the world’s biggest humanitarian crises. Almost 16 million people are in need of aid due to economic collapse, rampant inflation, and one of the highest rates of child malnutrition in the world. The price of food has soared due to the depreciation of the Sudanese currency, and the country’s ongoing political crisis.

As the situation is extremely volatile, Islamic Relief field staff are still working to identify the most-pressing needs. But we must appeal to you now so that once the situation on the ground has stabilized, banks have resumed operations, and our teams have evaluated the emergency response needed, we can move quickly to get aid to those who need it.

“…Bodies are laid out in the streets, most hospitals have been bombed, electricity has been out for days, and people are running out of water and food. Our teams on the ground are unable to assess the humanitarian need yet, but it is clear the need for aid is going to be large.”

– Awrad Saleh, Senior International Programs Manager for IRUSA.

We need you to work together with us for Sudan now like we have for the past 40 years. Please give as generously as you can.

🔴 Violence in Palestine

Devastating violence in Palestine has left dozens injured and families in a state of uncertainty, fearing the aftermath. Your donation can help us provide urgent relief today. Help us save lives and reach more families in need.

Islamic Relief is appalled that Palestinian worshippers have yet again been injured by Israeli forces at Al-Aqsa mosque, the third holiest site in Islam, during Ramadan.

On the night of the 4th of April, as hundreds of Palestinian worshippers inside Masjid Al-Aqsa were peacefully observing the holy month of Ramadan, Israeli forces raided the Masjid, fired stun grenades, beat up worshippers – including women –  forcibly removed worshippers and arrested at least 400 innocent Muslims.

Escalations such as these can be terrifying for innocent civilians and worshippers, and eyewitness reports have suggested there was use of rubber-coated steel bullets.

When crisis strikes, we are there, on the ground delivering life-saving, emergency aid. However, the people of Palestine need your urgent support today.

Islamic Relief has been working in Palestine since 1997, delivering vital life-saving aid. We will be working with partners to deliver urgent medical supplies to ensure the hospitals in the area are well equipped to help those wounded and seriously injured from this event, and future escalations.


🔴 Unprecedented Cyclone Freddy devastates Malawi and Mozambique.

Cyclone Freddy, an unprecedented and devastating storm, has wreaked havoc in Malawi and Mozambique, claiming the lives of at least 200 people and leaving hundreds more injured or missing. The Department of Disaster Management Affairs in Malawi expects the death toll to rise in the coming days as the cyclone intensifies, with overwhelmed rescue workers searching for survivors in severe conditions. The torrential rains have caused floods and mudslides and affected over 60,000 people, washing away homes and leaving at least 22,000 homeless and vulnerable.

Cyclone Freddy has made history by displaying an extraordinary capacity to intensify and strengthen even after undergoing periods of weakening, surpassing any other cyclone on record. The catastrophic storm has led to intense flooding, caused extensive damage to agriculture, homes, and essential infrastructure, and will have far-reaching consequences for the affected communities. This disaster has caused immense suffering and loss and requires urgent action to aid and support those impacted by this tragedy. The true extent of the disaster remains uncertain, as many areas are currently inaccessible due to floods, power outages, and disrupted communication networks.

Malawi’s President, Lazarus Chakwera, declared a state of disaster in the affected areas. The already dire situation could worsen with the looming threat of disease and the potential resurgence of cholera, especially since Malawi recently experienced the largest outbreak of this disease in its history, adding to the overwhelming challenges. We act decisively to ensure that affected communities are relieved during their time of need. Donate today and make a difference.

Islamic Reliefs Response

Islamic Relief has been working in Malawi since 2006, tackling food insecurity, increasing resilience to natural disasters, and supporting local communities to build secure and sustainable livelihoods. Our teams in Malawi have assessed some of the affected areas and proposed an immediate response plan that includes the provision of essential items such as temporary shelters, food, water, NFI kits containing blankets, kitchen utensils, hygiene kits, as well as unconditional cash transfer vouchers to help those affected by the disaster.

The affected communities will require long-term support to recover from this disaster. Islamic Relief Malawi is looking ahead and will assist with rehabilitation and recovery support to restore dignity in affected regions. This will be critical in helping the affected communities rebuild their homes and livelihoods and regain their independence and self-reliance. Islamic Relief will scale up its response in the coming days and require the immediate assistance of our donor community to support families and communities affected by Cyclone Freddy.

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Cyclone Freddy affected areas in Chiradzulu (21)

🔴 Massive fire at Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh devastates thousands

On Sunday, March 5, 2023, a massive fire broke out at refugee camp 11, where Rohingya refugees sought shelter, resulting in significant devastation in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. For over three hours, flames raged, destroying healthcare facilities, educational facilities, water and sanitation infrastructure, places of worship, and approximately 2,805 shelters, displacing over 16,000 people. Fires are a frequent problem in refugee camps where people live in over-crowded conditions in fragile bamboo and tarpaulin shelters – lacking proper firefighting equipment and safety points. This disaster has exacerbated the ongoing suffering of Rohingya refugees and given insight into the already cramped, dangerous, and dire living conditions in the camps.

Last month, the UN cut food rations for Rohingya refugees by 17% due to declining international donations. Rohingya refugees have been forgotten and abandoned since the brutal military crackdown in Myanmar more than five years ago. The situation in the camps should serve as a call to action to bring the world’s attention back to the Rohingya crisis. We must act now to prevent further fires, including rebuilding the camps more safely, providing firefighting equipment and safety points, establishing a fire evacuation plan, training volunteers, and implementing a monitoring system. The focus now is on providing emergency aid and shelter packages to those affected by the fire, with long-term solutions required to address the underlying issues and prevent future fires.

The current need

The first response is to clear the area of debris and restore water, sanitation, and hygiene facilities. We will also set up makeshift distribution points for food and non-food items, establish a temporary structure for medical services, and deploy water bladders for drinking water. Additionally, there is a significant need for emergency shelter kits, non-food item kits, dignity kits, and hot meals. All affected people and families require urgent food assistance.

Islamic Relief Response

Islamic Relief teams are on the ground, participating in joint assessments with the Disaster Management Unit (DMU) and other agencies, mobilizing aid to help people begin rebuilding their homes, water, and sanitation facilities. More than 1,000 affected households in Camp 11 received emergency shelter packs as part of a coordinated response. Mobile medical teams were dispatched to the affected areas, catering to the needs of those affected by this disaster. The reconstruction of schools, in collaboration with other humanitarian organizations, will begin soon. We will also be offering psychosocial support to students in need. As the full impact of the extent of the disaster unfolds, we will require the urgent assistance of our local donor community to meet the immediate and longer-term needs.

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Massive fire broke out in Rohingya camps of Ukhiya sub district under Cox's Bazar on 5th of March. Fire originated in Camp 11 and soon spread to adjacent camps. Fire is a very common hazard in Cox's Bazar as the shelters are mostly made of bamboos and tarpaulin. Total of 2,000 shelters were completely burnt including mosques, hospitals and learning centres. Nearly 15,000 people are now without shelters.
Massive fire broke out in Rohingya camps of Ukhiya sub district under Cox's Bazar on 5th of March. Fire originated in Camp 11 and soon spread to adjacent camps. Fire is a very common hazard in Cox's Bazar as the shelters are mostly made of bamboos and tarpaulin. Total of 2,000 shelters were completely burnt including mosques, hospitals and learning centres. Nearly 15,000 people are now without shelters.

🔴 BREAKING NEWS: TURKEY/SYRIA

7.9 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Turkey and Syria, causing destruction and loss of life. At least 230 have been killed and 600 injured as buildings collapsed. Our thoughts are with those affected.

Islamic Relief teams are on the ground assessing the needs and preparing to respond.

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Malaysia

On Wednesday, December 21, 2022, monsoon-triggered floods swamped north Malaysia, forcing tens of thousands to be evacuated. Emergency service officials said five people have died, a number expected to rise in the coming days. Torrential rains forced rivers to break their banks and overflow, with the water level reaching almost three metres and forcing families to flee their homes in search of safety.

At least 72,000 people have been evacuated as meteorologists forecast heavy rainfall and flooding to persist. Authorities have urged residents to evacuate their homes if possible and set up hundreds of relief shelters as displaced people grow.

Islamic Relief Malaysia has deployed its emergency response team and is partnering with the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) in assessing the situation and providing essentials to those in need. Our team are in preparation and has begun distributing relief in the affected areas on the East Coast of Malaysia.

Photo by Reuters
Photo by Reuters

In Indonesia, a shallow earthquake measuring 5.6 on the Richter scale at a depth of 10km struck the main island of Java, affecting the Cianjur, Bogor, Bandung, Sukabumi, Bogor and Jakarta districts. The earthquake has been followed by around 140 shocks. Current estimates place the death toll at over 268 people, including many children, with more than 1,000 people wounded, and 58,000 people evacuated from their homes. 

Islamic Relief in Indonesia immediately deployed its emergency response team and partnered with the country’s Disaster Management Agency to distribute tarpaulin, hygiene kits and other essential items. Following a needs assessment, we are scaling up our emergency relief and support in the country. Islamic Relief will invest more than R10 million over the next two months, as part of our early recovery interventions, which will include the provision of temporary shelter, schools, water and sanitation, and the restoration of livelihoods.



Pakistan was hit with flash flooding which began in late August 2022, impacting the lives of 33 million people – including 16 million children – translating to roughly 1 in 7 people in the country. Hundreds of thousands of homes, roads, bridges, schools, and hospitals have been damaged or destroyed; 4.4 million acres of crops have been ruined; and over 1,600 lives have been lost. 

By October 2022, Islamic Relief had provided temporary shelter, food and clean water, sanitation, cash grants, and much more, to well over half a million people. We are now preparing to help rebuild the country by repairing infrastructure, revitalising agriculture, and ensuring the provision of psychosocial support, among many other initiatives.



In Gaza, tension between Palestinians and Israelis has escalated into the worst violence in the Occupied Palestinian Territory since 2014. The latest escalation in conflict has so far killed over 200 Palestinians, including scores of women and children. Airstrikes have forced terrified and traumatised families to flee their homes. However, Israeli blockades prevent them from leaving the enclave, so these displaced people are living with relatives, or in schools, unable to reach places of safety. The airstrikes have broken many international laws and confirmed Gaza as the largest open-air prison in the world.

Islamic Relief has a team of 60 staff on the ground in Gaza. Our colleagues live and work in the communities we serve, and they too have been affected by the violence. Some have had bombs destroy their homes and injure their loved ones. We are assisting the injured and are focused on helping to rebuild Gaza by repairing schools, medical centres, homes and other vital infrastructure.


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In Bangladesh, heavy monsoon rains have led to rivers bursting their banks, cutting off millions of people. Many families are stranded and have either run out of food or are at risk of running out of food very soon. Communities in low-lying areas of Sylhet and Sunamganj have been deluged. Homes and schools, as well as vital infrastructure such as power supply lines, water sources and roads are all damaged or underwater.

Islamic Relief has been working in the flood-prone country for over 30 years and is responding to this latest disaster by distributing life-saving aid. In addition to hiring boats to reach stranded people, we are distributing food, water purification and hygiene items, and cash grants for affected farmers to buy seeds, tools and fodder. Islamic Relief will also be working closely with the ward disaster management committees set up through our extensive disaster-preparedness programming in Bangladesh.


In Afghanistan, conflict intensified in 2021, with the withdrawal of international forces and major shifts in power – all of which have led to a dire economic and humanitarian crisis. Already suffering the worst drought in decades, the country has also recently been struck by a devastating earthquake which took many lives. Survivors face hugely challenging conditions without adequate food, water, or shelter. More than half of the population – 24 million people – need urgent humanitarian aid. Islamic Relief has been working in the region since 1999, delivering vital humanitarian aid, including food, water, medical aid and shelter, as well as life-changing development assistance.


In East Africa, nearly 20 million people in parts of Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya are in the midst of an ongoing drought – the extent of which has not been seen in at least 40 years. Millions of people are waking each day to food insecurity, while over a million livestock have died due to the severity of this climate crisis. People are fleeing their homes and villages in search of food, water and safety. With the situation worsening each day, the need for assistance is urgently rising. Islamic Relief is working on the ground in these drought-stricken countries, assessing the unfolding situation and providing much-needed relief, such as food, water, healthcare and shelter to more than 150,000 families. Millions more are in dire need of our help and we will continue to provide as much assistance as we are able to.


In Sudan, flash floods caused by heavy rains have affected an estimated 136,000 people – a number expected to rise to over 400,000 by the end of the rainy season. Vital infrastructure, including homes, healthcare facilities, and water and sanitation infrastructure have been damaged or washed away. Islamic Relief is monitoring the ongoing crisis and providing medical support, food, water and shelter to affected people.


Our Global Emergencies Fund ensures that we can respond to disasters as swiftly as possible, assist with recovery and help to rebuild the lives of those affected.

At Islamic Relief, we not only aim to save lives, but are committed to helping communities restore their livelihoods and dignity. We also work to educate and empower communities, so that they can be better prepared when disasters strike.

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