Nearly 700,000 refugees have sought safety in Bangladesh since August 25, 2017, having fled violence and persecution in Myanmar.The death tolls and injuries happened by the Myanmar Army and abandoned and least capacity to leading life.
Ride for Gaza and raise much needed money for hospitals, water and schools Let’s Ride in Glasgow Sunday 26 August 2018 Registration fee : £10 adults and £5 children REGISTER AT THE LETS GO PAGE letsride.co.uk/events/glasgow
As a AL-Kahir Volunteer, you will help advance peace and sustainable development either in your own country or in another country around the globe. You will help people to lead healthier and safer lives and communities to be able to better address present and future challenges.
AL-Kahir Volunteer positions are wide ranging; you may work in human rights, climate change adaptation, primary health care, disaster management, peacebuilding, youth engagement or many other areas. You may work directly in a United Nations agency or be assigned to one of its partner organizations, a university or the government.
In return, you will be rewarded with an experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Your engagement as a AL-Kahir Volunteer will be an opportunity to change the world for the better while simultaneously honing your own skills, gaining knowledge and a better understanding of the realities of international development and peacebuilding.
From conflict zones to natural disasters, Al-Khair Foundation prides itself in being one of the first on the ground to respond. We dispatch our rapid response teams to assess the situation and provide vital support and administer life-saving aid – delivering essentials (clean water, food, shelter and medicines) to all those in need. We have responded to natural disasters and crises the world over, from Pakistan, Haiti, India, Afghanistan, Palestine, Nepal and the United Kingdom, to providing considerable support for refugees fleeing conflict in Syria, Myanmar and Yemen. AKF also has on-going relief and sustainable development projects in parts of the world where war and regular disasters have left the population without social stability and lacking opportunities.
From its very beginnings as an educational programme, Al-Khair Foundation has been committed to increasing literacy and employability skills – striving to educate the most disadvantaged, both at home and abroad, so that they may dream of a better future. Today, we build schools, sponsor educational initiatives and provide vocational training in many locations around the world, including in the UK, Somaliland, Pakistan, Palestine (Gaza) and Bangladesh. We have eight schools in our portfolio – three in the United Kingdom, one in Somaliland and four in Pakistan – from which we educate over 6,000 children. We also educate over 3,700 Palestinian children in Gaza, with our support of Palestinian children garnering acclaim from the UN.
Winter is a uniquely challenging time of year for the world’s disadvantaged communities. Threats to food security, shelter, water supplies and health risks all become more acute as the cold of winter sets in. In order to help vulnerable communities at UK and abroad during winter, Al-Khair Foundation provides hot food, warm clothes, socks and blankets, sanitation products, shelter and clean water to both the homeless of Great Britain and those living in desperate situations all across the world. Our emergency relief response teams pay particular attention during the winter months – seen recently in public accolades received for our efforts to aid the survivors of the Grenfell tower disaster, during winter 2017.
Our livelihood programmes provide people with the necessary training and skills to earn a living and support themselves. In some places around the world, we also provide direct employment opportunities to some of the most disadvantaged. With your help, we can ensure more people are able to sustainably work themselves out of poverty in the long-term and reduce dependency on short-term aid programmes.
Eid-ul FITR Food Pack Distribution By Maryam Ravi Sierra Leone remains among the world’s poorest countries. A country suffering from widespread poverty and in much need of immediate international aid and support. More than half of the population are living in deprivation, surviving off only £1.10 a day. Many newly converted Muslims in the....
River City star Libby McArthur surprised sick children at a hospital today as she helped Al-Khair Foundation, a premier Muslim charity give out presents to celebrate Eid. The actress joined leading members of the Muslim community to provide a range of gifts for youngsters in hospitals as part of a £10,000 give away across Scotland.....