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29 March 2017 / 1. Rajab 1438

Newswire: This Mahe Ramadan, be an answer to someone's prayer

Posted on Tue, 2016-07-12 10:50

HELP US WATCH OVER STRUGGLING FAMILIES
 

Jamal and his 13 year old son sell vegetables on a roadside in Iraq. His family has been internally displaced twice. “I lost my business, my home and my health. My family’s needs are beyond my ability to cope,” says Jamal. He cannot remember the last time his family ate a decent meal. 
 
You are the only lifeline for people like Jamal. Through our Ramadan Relief Fund, Jamal's family will receive a food parcel to give them dignity and comfort during this Holy month. 
 
Thousands of families like Jamal’s depend on us, and we depend on you. Touch someone’s life today. 

AND SPEAKING OF WATCHING…

Watch and share our Ramadan Relief advert here and also on AHLULBAYT TV throughout the month of Ramadan.

Play it at your centres and forward them to your family and friends. As a global community, we can work together to raise awareness and encourage donations to make Ramadan a little easier for those living in poverty and hardship.

Will you help?

FEEDING THE HUNGRY


Below are some images from our food distribution in Kenya & Iraq.Like our WF Aid Facebook page for more updates on our Ramadan Relief Fund.

Kenya
 

Iraq

 


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