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12 February 2019

The Rohingya are one of the most vulnerable groups of people in the world today. Having experienced organised discrimination, conflict and exclusion, the Rohingya have spent years with no choice but to flee their homes, hoping to find a safe place to stay. The first...

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Since its unification in 1990, Yemen has been plagued by conflict, unrest and a poor...

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Yemen’s history is plagued with both civil and international conflict; from its origins to its...

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The impact of the Syrian civil war has been especially acute on children. Not only...

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The Civilians of Syria The civilians who are caught up in the crossfire simply want...

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27 November 2018

Too Close to Home? When you think of charity appeals and campaigns, the chances are that emergency disaster relief or food and water appeals for people in need across the world will initially come to mind. While appeals like these are a big part of...

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15 November 2018

The next generation is the future of both our communities and the world as a whole. One day, these innocent young faces will be the decision-makers of the world, the people with the power to decide their own future. For now, though, it is our...

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As we begin to move into the coldest months of the year, it’s time to...

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More than 92,000 people in war-torn Yemen have received desperately needed food supplies in a...

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“The greatest gift that you can give to others and to yourself is time. Embrace...

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It sounds silly, doesn’t it? That someone could be afraid of giving. But so many people...

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15 October 2018

The final two days of the 2018 deployment saw the Mission Possible volunteers handing out gifts to local schoolchildren and enjoying a visit to Islamic Help’s pioneering Children’s Eco Village. Volunteer Aaminah Bharwani recounts the experiences. SCHOOL GIFTS On our last day in Tanga, we went back...

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