The Global Food Emergency is the largest humanitarian crisis since 1945.

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Awarded “Charity Of The Year 2018” at the National British Muslim Awards.

Finalist For 2019

Why should I donate?

“He is not a Muslim who goes to bed satiated while his neighbor goes hungry”. [hadith]

Key Facts

Even in a world of abundance, hunger is one of the biggest problems that we as a global community face. No one should have to worry about where their next meal is coming from.

815 million people regularly go to bed hungry

That’s about one in nine people or 11% on earth who suffer from chronic hunger

One in four persons is undernourished in Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the highest prevalence of hunger.

Every 10 seconds a child dies of hunger in the world

Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths in children under five in the world

60% of the world’s hungry are women and girls.

Male domination and limited resource makes them more vulnerable to poverty and hunger

1/3 of the food produced in the world is never consumed

Producing this food requires water equal to the annual flow of Russia’s Volga River

75% of the world’s poorest don’t buy their food, they grow it

Changes in climate have led to repeated droughts and floods, devastating crops and harvests

Feed The Hungry

The global hunger emergency is the largest humanitarian crisis since 1945. Ethiopia, Somalia, Yemen, Nigeria, and South Sudan are already experiencing emergency levels of food insecurity and currently battling the East Africa famine. Every day too many men and women across the globe struggle to feed their children a nutritious meal. In a world where we produce enough food to feed everyone, 800 million people or one in nine still go to bed on an empty stomach each night. Eradicating hunger and malnutrition is one of the great challenges of our time. People suffering from chronic hunger are plagued with recurring illnesses, developmental disabilities and low productivity.

Hunger is a perilous cycle: Families who struggle with chronic hunger prevents them from being able to work, go to school, or improve their lives. Every day, Muslim Global Relief and its partners work to bring us closer to a zero hunger world. With our humanitarian food assistance programmes, we provide nutritious food to those in urgent need across crisis & conflict hit countries. Meanwhile our complementary programmes address the root causes of hunger, building the resilience of communities, empowering them with the tools to lift themselves out of poverty, distributing food aid to victims of war and famine, providing communities with the education they need to feed themselves over the long-term.

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Every 10 seconds a child dies of hunger


What We're Doing

Muslim Global Relief has been working since 2000 to bring us closer to a zero hunger world. Our Comprehensive Global Food Programme involves: 

Food parcels & Nutritious Meals

Irrigating farmland & running food banks

Food programmes to fight malnutrition

Installing Water Wells & Hand Pumps

Providing communities with education and training on sustainable farming

Providing families with farming tools and seeds to sustain their livelihoods 

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East Africa Famine


Ghana: Providing School Meals

MGR works to reach people tackling hunger all year round. Our teams in Ghana with your support have been providing nutritious school meals to thousands of poor vulnerable school children across Ghana.

Gaza: Feeding The Hungry

Muslim Global Relief has been providing food parcels and nutritious meals to vulnerable families and orphan children in conflict & crisis hit countries around the world for over 20 years. Our teams in Gaza feed thousands of families and hundreds of vulnerable orphan children each year.

Feeding The World

Each year Muslim Global Relief feeds thousands of people around the world who are in poverty and suffering chronic hunger.


Awarded Charity Of The Year 2018 & Finalist For 2019

We were awarded the UK's Best Charity of 2018 at the National British Muslim Awards and also were finalists for 2019. Recognised for our outstanding work in villages across Africa, Asia & the Middle East. Working over 20 years to alleviate the impacts of poverty & sickness. Providing humanitarian relief to those affected by natural disasters, war, and conflict.
We Are No.1

Winning the Charity of the Year Award is evidence of Muslim Global Relief's excellence, dedication, and inclusivity, and it will give us strength to keep working hard and for us to have an even greater positive impact on the communities we serve.