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The Art of Giving - How Your Donations Saved Safiya

Safiya (5) loves to pose for a frame. But, behind this addictive smile lies years of pain and lost childhood. She was first diagnosed with a Congenital Heart Defect when she was just 2-months old. But due to a lack of financial resources and specialised medical care not available in the country, her parents could not provide her with the treatment she needed. 

A local hospital in Libya recently informed her parents about our upcoming deployment in Tripoli country’s capital. And after the initial assessment, she was operated on Monday for a medical condition known as an atrial septal defect (ASD). According to our team in Libya, her procedure went well, and she now has the opportunity to live and enjoy a healthy childhood.

Thank you so much for making us the vessel to support children like Safiya.

WHY LIBYA?

Despite substantial oil reserves, Libya is facing economic collapse, political instability, and ongoing conflict between violent militias that has forced most of its medical professionals to leave the country in recent years.

Most of the children in Libya suffering from this crippling disease lack access to specialist care due to the ongoing conflict and poor socio-economic family situations. 

We aim to provide quality and free access to such treatments to as many children as possible.

This is Muntada Aid’s 39th Little Hearts mission overall. Over the years, we have saved thousands of children from Congenital Heart Defects.

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August 01, 2022

You Have the Power to Help Agnes

Every day 7 –year-old Agnes walks 8 kilometres to collect water for her family. Each year, she walks over 3,000 kilometre barefoot to collect water contaminated with life-threatening diseases. Y...

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July 30, 2022

National Ride 2022 - About the Team Jersey

At this year's H&KCC National Ride, the cyclists wore a rather colourful design pattern on their jerseys. These colours represented the culture and various regions of Niger.  The orange colour on...

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July 30, 2022

National Ride 2022 - Medal Ceremony

Last Saturday, 160 riders from various parts of the United kingdom participated in the 9th H&KCC National Ride from London to Clacton in support of communities that lack access to clean drinking w...

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First Floor – LMC Business Wing
38 – 44 Whitechapel Road
E1 1JX

Reg Charity no: 1157117