As of October 2015, over 705,000 refugees have fled to Europe on unseaworthy boats and dinghies across the Mediterranean Sea. More than 3,200 refugees have died or are missing. In response to this emergency, The World Federation and the Council of European Jamaats (CoEJ) partnered to provide humanitarian aid to the thousands of refugees arriving on the Greek island of Lesvos.
Updated on 12 March 2018
Fill My Cup Appeal 2016: 1,437 children will receive breakfast at school in Kenya thanks to support of donors
In February 2016, The World Federation launched the Fill My Cup Appeal, a breakfast-at-school program which aims to provide students in Kenya a hot porridge breakfast every morning so that they can find success in learning from a full stomach. We have seen that children in this program are happier, laughing, energized and are able to focus in the classroom. They are even scoring better on assignments and exams.
Thanks to the generosity of donors from around the world, the appeal raised enough funds to feed breakfast to 1,437 children for one year. This incredible accomplishment will bring smiles on the faces of the children and will ensure that they benefit from the daily lessons taught at their schools.
The World Federation is grateful to every donor who gave so generously in the name of Bibi Zainab (as) whose legacy continues to spread goodness in our world.
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Palestine is living its gravest humanitarian crisis since the eight-day war of 2012. Since 7 July 2014, the violence and aggression escalating in the Gaza Strip has claimed the lives of so many innocent civilians and has injured and displaced scores of others.
The World Federation has partnered with Who Is Hussain to provide much-needed lifesaving assistance to some children.