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Naser Haghamed
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Islamic Relief 18h
In 1984 we received our first donation of 20p. 35 years on we have been responding to the world’s most dire humanitarian crises & pushing for action on urgent issues including climate change, gender justice, & the rights of refugees & migrants
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Naser Haghamed 19h
A great meeting with the Afghani Minister of Education Dr. Mohammad Mirwais Balkh today to discuss projects in helping orphans and women in areas such as Balkh and Nangarhar as we work for a brighter future for all Afghanis
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Islamic Relief Jan 18
Staff at our head office in Birmingham, UK commemorate Islamic Relief turning 35 this year, with your support we have been able to reach over 100 million people!
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Islamic Relief UK Jan 19
“People are sick. Everywhere there is water. We cannot sleep at night. It has been three days like this. All night we sit and watch the kids and we cannot do anything for them. Their situation is very bad.” - Juriya, Bekaa Valley
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Islamic Relief Jan 17
Today we celebrate 35 years of Islamic Relief! In 1984 & fellow students from the set up IR with our first donation of 20p. 35 years on and many donations later we have saved & transformed the lives of over 100 million people!
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HAD Jan 16
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António Guterres Jan 16
One year ago, I issued a red alert for our world. As we look ahead to 2019, alarm bells are still ringing. International cooperation is more important than ever.
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Charity Commission Jan 9
The Young Trustees Movement aims to start breaking down the barriers faced by younger people who want to be . Share your experience of and help change the landscape! Guest blog from explains how...
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Islamic Relief Jan 6
"I had a lot of friends, and I was about to do my primary year 6 exam. While I was preparing my mum told me, 'we have to leave the country but we cannot tell anyone'." , IRW CEO speaks to about his journey of fleeing ,
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Islamic Relief AU Jan 5
It is with shock and sadness that the staff & volunteers of Islamic Relief Australia offer condolences to the family & friends of our dear Chairman, Dr Hossam Ibrahim, upon his untimely passing. We mourn the passing of a great humanitarian & will honour his legacy in our work.
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ICRC Jan 1
Not all scars of war are visible.
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Islamic Relief Jan 1
With your support, this year we have helped over 2.5 million people in !
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World Food Programme Dec 30
These 7️⃣ technologies have the power to help us save lives. Here's how WFP is using each one to 🎦⬇
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Islamic Relief Dec 29
This year faced many devastating disasters. During the our teams were on the ground providing 9000 displaced people with essential supplies and we set up friendly spaces to look after more than 400 children
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Islamic Relief UK Dec 28
Great to hear Angelina Jolie discussing ending violence against women & girls on . We've been campaigning to end VAWG with our campaign. Read more about why we must end sexual violence in conflict: (via )
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Judith Escribano Dec 28
How do staff & volunteers spend Christmas in Manchester? By helping the homeless
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Mark Lowcock Dec 28
remains the world's worst humanitarian disaster of our time. We project that next year 24 million Yemenis will need humanitarian aid. I spoke to about the challenges of rebuilding Yemeni society.
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Ross Bailey Dec 28
Challenge after challenge: What the heads of the largest NGOs working in humanitarian field see for 2019 (incl my boss )
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Islamic Relief Dec 27
We would like to thank you all for your support this year! Millions of people across the world have benefited from the aid we have delivered, programs we have implemented and the training we have provided. Over the next few days stay tuned for some of our major achievements!
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Zia Salik Dec 26
No boxing day sale shopping for our lifesavers in working around the clock to reach the survivors of yet another tsunami
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