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Syria Village Project

Raising much needed funds for Al-Muntada Al-Islami Trust because Syria needs our help

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Al-Muntada Al-Islami Trust

Al-Muntada Al-Islami Trust is an independent organisation initially established in UK to cater for the need of the local community. Today, Al Muntada Al-Islami has a number of Centres around the world, each delivering needs based projects through local initiatives.

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Alhamdulillah we have reached our target for Syria. Jazakum'Allahu Khairan to all who gave/shared my page. May it be of benefit to them and us all. Ameen. 

Jazakum'Allahu Khairan for all your kind donations to help relieve some of the suffering of our brothers and sisters. May Allah increase your rizq and raise your status' and may He give all those suffering ease and happiness. Ameen. ♥♥♥

The ongoing crisis in Syria has forced many people to leave their homes terrified and desperate for safe refuge from the violence. Along with any remaining family members they have fled to refugee camps along the Syria-Turkey border. The most affected amongst them are orphans and widows. Countless children suffer from the psychological trauma of seeing family members killed, of being separated from their parents and being terrified by the constant thunder of shelling.

After multiple visits to the Syrian refugee camps, Al Muntada Trust & Al Khair Foundation, have witnessed the appalling unsanitary conditions, unsafe drinking water and lack of facilities in the camps. The terrible conditions are leading to risk of water-borne diseases including acute respiratory infections, leishmania and skin diseases such as scabies. In addition to this, there are fears of security and privacy for the people, particularly the women and children, leaving them vulnerable and exposed.

 

 

 

 

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