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Delafarin Sharifi

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£24raised of £15 target by 4 supporters

Weʼre raising £15 to Iranian families hit by the worst flood in decades. U.S. sanctions has limited UN from helping the people in need. They need your help.

Birmingham UK
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The US sanctions are preventing aid from reaching Iran after flash flooding claimed at least 70 lives and left 86,000 people homeless. This is the worst storm to hit Iran in decades.

People need help and they need it now.

The money donated will be spent by a team of professional medics who are travelling to villages most effected by the storm in the South (Khuzestan), which will provide people with basic needs such as fresh water, medications and health check-ups. Don't let the inhuman politically-driven sanctions ruin lives of the innocent citizens, who have already lived through the crippling economical situations for years before being hit by the natural disaster.

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    • Hasan


      Apr 16, 2019

      Help the people in need

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      Apr 14, 2019


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      Apr 11, 2019


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      Apr 11, 2019


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    Delafarin Sharifi

    Delafarin Sharifi

    Birmingham UK

    Hi everyone, I'm a British Iranian student based in Birmingham, UK. The current situation in my homeland truly breaks my heart and I want to help, however small the help may be. Even £1 or £2 could be of great help, considering the currency drop.

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