Where Most Needed

Where Most
Needed

Help communities most in need

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Help Where It’s Needed The Most

The Prophet (saw) said, “Verily, the believers are like a structure, each one strengthening the other.” [Bukhari]

When you give to our Where Most Needed fund, you enable us to assist the most vulnerable communities around the world. Our projects include: building water wells in remote villages, providing specialized healthcare to refugees, delivering food in regions facing food insecurity and distributing emergency relief in conflict zones.

With offices in over 30 countries, we work with local experts to determine where the need is greatest, and create solutions that work best for specific communities. Through your donations, we are able to respond to emergencies across the globe and create sustainable projects in poor communities.

Key Facts

Globally:

153 million children are orphans

811 million people suffer from hunger

2.2 billion people lack access to safe drinking water

Will You Help Hanifa?

“We are very poor. Sometimes we get food, sometimes we don’t. At times, the children go to sleep hungry” - Hanifa. Hanifa lives on Baba Island, one of the poorest areas in Pakistan. Widowed at a young age, Hanifa has struggled with poverty all her life. Her eldest son passed away of cancer, leaving behind 2 grandchildren that Hanifa raises.

Currently, the family’s sole breadwinner is her son who barely earns R20 per day. During monsoon season, their house gets flooded with dirty sewage water, making it unbearable for the family to live in. She hopes her house can get rehabilitated and her grandchildren are able to attain a quality education that can lift them out of poverty. 

HELP HANIFA NOW
 

How We Use Your Donations

Providing emergency relief when disaster strikes

Feeding impoverished people around the world

Providing clean water and sanitation to communities in need

What We’re Doing

Throughout the years, the Muslim Hands family has:

Provided over 2.6 million people with clean drinking water

Tackled hunger in over 50 countries through our Food4Kids programme, emergency food parcels and annual Qurbani service

Empowered widows through various livelihood programmes

Educated 25,000 children through our Muslim Hands run schools

Delivered life-saving medical care to mothers and infants in developing countries

Supported 180 schools and employed 1300 teachers

The Prophet (saw) said, 'Verily, the believers are like a structure, each one strengthening the other'. [Bukhari]

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Muslim Hands ZA

Established in 1996, Muslim Hands South Africa is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.