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8 December 2014

Medical aid to treat up to 300,000 people and prevent malnutrition and cholera has been sent by Islamic Help to Chad. A shipment of antibiotics and anti-bacterial drugs was shipped to the central African nation where it will be used by the International Medical Corps...

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Construction work has started on a new domestic water plant in Gaza financed by Islamic...

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Christians at the heart of ethno-religious violence which sparked an exodus of Muslim refugees from the...

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Islamic Help and its partners have delivered medical aid worth nearly £130,000 to hospitals in Palestine....

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Education is key to the success of a new community that Islamic Help is constructing...

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7 October 2014

Islamic Help is preparing to deliver nearly £6 million of medical aid to war-torn Iraq. The charity has organised the distribution of vital medicines in the Anbar region where more than 300,000 people have been forced to flee their homes because of the escalating violence....

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4 October 2014

For a child, the loss of a parent not only brings new pressures and strains on the family but can shatter their young dreams. For Sadia, the dream was of going to school with other youngsters, making new friends and learning about the world around...

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Mohammad Parvez Ahmed is a classic example of how Islamic Help’s Cricket Academy for Street...

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The provision of clean water is one of our long-standing priorities, nowhere more so than...

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Liaising with the UNRWA, the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, Islamic Help began its relief...

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Just 500 metres separates Jamila from her homeland but for her and her four children,...

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7 June 2014

Young homeless people at a Birmingham supported accommodation scheme had a taste of Ramadan when Islamic Help arranged a special iftar for them. The event was organised for residents at supported accommodation run by St Basils to give them an idea of how Muslims end...

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