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SYRIA EMERGENCY FUND
Donate your Zakat & Sadaqah to the Emergency Syria Relief Fund which will provide urgent ongoing Humanitarian Assistance & Relief to all those affected by the War in Syria.
FOOD PACKS: £65
Each food pack costs £65 and feeds a family of 5 for one month, it contains foods such as barley, oats, lentils, powdered milk, flour, oil, sardines and other staples. Save lives today!
EMERGENCY SHELTER: £150
Over 5.4 million people have fled Syria since 2011, millions more are displaced inside Syria as the war continues. Provide Emergency Shelter for a refugee family today for £150.
MEDICAL KITS £200
The ongoing crisis has caused near-total decimation of the healthcare infrastructure in Syria. Provide essential health hygiene kits & medicines to victims of the conflict today!
SYRIA BREAD FACTORY
Bread is a staple food we take for granted, but for war-torn Syrians, it can be a life saver, especially after the deadly earthquake which devastated northern Syria in February 2023.
SYRIA WATER FUND
More than half of Syrians now get water from unsafe sources, due to the crumbling of Syria's water infrastructure. Help us provide clean Water to families across Syria.
SYRIA CHILDREN FUND
6 Million children inside Syria need humanitarian aid with 2.4 million out of school. Help us reach more children affected by donating to help keep children safe in Syria.
Since 2011, The Syrian conflict has created the worst humanitarian crisis of our time.
13.1 million people in need in Syria
This is the largest Humanitarian Crisis of all time.
6.6 million internally displaced persons
More than the entire population of neighbouring Lebanon.
5 million have fled Syria as refugees
Half of these refugees are Children.
The People of Syria Need You.
Prophet pbuh said, “Whoever relieves a Muslim of a burden from the burdens of the world, Allah will relieve them of a burden from the burdens on the Day of Judgement.”
Syria Emergency Appeal
Twelve years into Syria’s devastating civil war, the country is tattered and deeply divided, facing massive economic hardships, limited political progress and the world’s largest refugee displacement crisis, 70 per cent of the population is in need of humanitarian aid. The economy is crippled by years of all-out war, resulting in 90% of Syrians living under the poverty line. A generation of children are growing up knowing nothing but war. Unemployment is above 50%. The price of bread has doubled in a country where 80% of people live on just £1 per day. One person in every two goes to bed hungry each night.
More than 13 million people are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. Homes and schools have been destroyed, neighbourhoods lack clean running water and sanitation, and people lack the means of making a living to feed their families. The conflict continues to drive the largest refugee crisis in the world. In Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon, we are helping more than 1.5 million people with life-saving clean water, sanitation, and vital food aid, as well as helping refugees make a living and protecting them from violence. Donate to our Syria Emergency Appeal and help us saves lives.
Syria Emergency Appeal: Earthquake
After 12 years of civil war, the last thing Syrians needed was an earthquake. On February 6th 2023, survivors already exhausted and vulnerable from the war were dealt another blow when huge earthquakes rocked the region. In the space of a single day, without any warning, thousands of Syrians. Civilian aid groups say 250,000 people were newly displaced by the earthquakes, and they are still stuck in more than 1,800 makeshift camps and shelters in the northern provinces of Idlib and Aleppo. The earthquakes claimed some 50,000 lives in Turkey and at least 6,000 more in Syria. But in Syria the temblors compounded what was already a miserable existence for hundreds of thousands of people, many of them now stuck in the frigid displacement camps. Donate to the Syria Emergency Appeal and help us save lives.
What We're Doing
Muslim Global Relief has been on the ground, in Syria and on its borders since 2011. Our comprehensive Syria emergency response includes:
Emergency Medical Assistance
Food parcels & Nutritious Meals
Shelter assistance and housing grants
Water and sanitation assistance
Essential non-food items such as baby kits, blankets, clothing and heaters
Financial assistance to help refugee families meet their urgent basic needs
Syria Emergency Appeal: On the Ground.
Al-Hamdullilah your donations are getting delivered! Right now, we’re on the ground in over 40+ countries across the globe, delivering your donations to the most needy and vulnerable. See how your donations towards our Syrian Emergency Appeal are making a real difference on the ground. Donate to Syria Today.
Syria Emergency Appeal: Shelters
Muslim Global Relief has been building shelters for Syrian Refugees across the Syrian / Lebanon border for the internally displaced. There are more than 6.6 million people who have been displaced by the War. Your donations are making a real impact on the ground. Thank you!
Syria Appeal: Covid-19 Response
Muslim Global Relief has been working extremely hard with your support reaching the toughest places in the world and providing vital support to the most needy. Our teams have been providing Food parcels, Hygiene and Test Kits to Refugee camps along the Syrian and Lebanon Border. Donate to Syria Emergency Appeal today.
Syria Emergency Appeal: Medical Clinics.
Our teams recently organised a mobile medical clinic at the Irsal Syrian Refugee camp in Bekaa Lebanon. We provided emergency medical assessments and medication to hundreds of refugees. Particular emphasis has been given to providing emergency medical relief & medical supplies. The crisis in Syria has resulted in mass casualties leaving us with an ever present need to get people the appropriate medical care and to ensure the injured have access to appropriate medical treatment. Muslim Global Relief has created the Mobile Health Clinic which is providing emergency medical care to 5 million Syria Refugees.