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Naser Haghamed
CEO The views represented here are entirely my own & do not represent the position, opinions, affiliations or sympathies of my employer.
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Mayumi Fuchi Chong Sep 17
DFID to offer NGOs full cost recovery on grants and contracts
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ICRC Sep 17
No food. No electricity. No safety. When cities become battlegrounds, this is the reality.
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Islamic Relief UK Sep 17
Communities in northern will take years to recover from devastation, aid agency warns
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Islamic Relief Sep 16
Typhoon Mangkhut has ripped away roofs of homes & public buildings, flooded farmland + uprooted trees in the Philippines. Our teams are assessing the damage with other aid orgs
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Islamic Relief Sep 14
Our work in has received $3m grant funding from the American people through . Yesterday (CEO and US CEO ) met to thank them for their support, discuss closer collaboration
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Martin Cottingham Sep 14
It was a privilege to accompany and on a visit to to update this key US supporter on the work of and USA
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Islamic Relief Sep 13
Yesterday, Islamic Relief joined leading Jewish & Christian aid organisations, & to address staff at the US Congress in Washington DC about working closely together in alleviating suffering and tackling injustice around the world.
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Islamic Relief Sep 13
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Our CEO, stated to US policymakers "Whatever our faith, as humanitarians we are all committed to common goals - to easing suffering, upholding human dignity, protecting the most vulnerable and lifting people out of poverty"
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Islamic Relief UK Sep 8
We're delighted to announce that our AimIR Volunteer Leadership programme has been awarded the prestigious from . It's great to be awarded alongside some wonderful organisations. We're looking forward to the awards ceremony next month!
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Karen Landles Sep 6
Looking forward to welcoming Islamic Relief to the office today
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Islamic Relief Sep 6
Islamic Relief’s CEO warned that any further delays in securing a meaningful ceasefire will deepened the already catastrophic humanitarian situation in . Read the full statement at our website:
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Mayumi Fuchi Chong Sep 6
Delighted to see our work featured on website. Thank you Balint and for the opportunity. It was my pleasure to work with you and hope to further deepen our .
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Saleh Saeed Sep 7
Delighted to welcome Sue Inglish as DEC chair from Nov. Sue’s commitment & wealth of experience in broadcast media will help build its established &trusted reputation for rapidly mobilising UK public to so generously respond to world’s worst humanitarian disasters.
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Terry Riley Sep 7
Please retweet and add your congradutatons to some one who has now been recognised formally with the Australian Medal by the Government this is a great accolade not only to Colin but his love and dedication to the DC
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AC Sep 7
Great to see profiled by as a certified agency recognising quality of work depends on strong towards communities
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Islamic Relief UK Sep 5
"Idlib is our last hope, we're preparing to die" Our Deputy Director discusses the situation in on
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Islamic Relief UK Sep 5
There is a strong fear that civilians will have to relive the trauma of losing loved ones and the fear of conflict Our Head of Programmes Samina Haq explains the critical situation in
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Zia Salik Sep 3
The fact that my entire time line is dedicated to our little brother Owess, goes to show how many people's lives he touched in his short time with us. May you rest in the highest of Jannah, smiling that cheeky infectious smile.
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DFID Sep 2
Theresa May on her trip to Africa this week: "I want to be clear: foreign aid works"
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Islamic Relief Sep 1
Islamic Relief is on the ground responding to the that have affected more than 18,000 people in
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