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This Ramadan - Give Love. Give Hope.

The coronavirus pandemic is having a devastating impact on people across the world. It has transcended across continents and besieged communities in both rich and poor countries alike. Hundreds of thousands of people have died, millions have lost their jobs and its long-term impact on social and political systems will be significant. People who were previously living on the fridges volatile social systems are now completely vulnerable to hunger and abuse. They have no means to proper healthcare, social security, food and clean drinking water. But they still live in hope. 

This Ramadan, help these people through our programmes and provide them with access to clean drinking water, healthcare and food. This Ramadan -Give Love. Give Hope.

Life of Sadiyah Muhammad as an IDP in Yemen

After the violence in Al Qadah made Sadiyah Abdullah Muhammad (60) flee her home town, life in the refugee camp outside Aden has been tough for the family.

The family of 7 live in a tiny tarpaulin tent and remain exposed to harsh desert weather. The family have lost all sources of income and mostly rely on charitable donations and selling firewood in a local market in Aden.

Due to the ongoing violence, thousands of families have fled from their homes and are now living as refugees in makeshift camps in towns and neighbourhoods that are relatively safe. The port city of Aden is one such town hosting thousands of people from the Red Sea city of Hodeidah.

Muntada Aid has started a long-term food programme in Yemen supporting families like that of Sadiyah Muhammad, but we need your support.

All details on how to donate are on the following page.

Your Donations Transform Lives

FOR 3-YEAR OLD JANA ADLI, CHILDHOOD SO FAR HAD MEANT WEARING GLITTERING PINK DRESSES FOR MANY OF HER HOSPITAL VISITS A year ago, Jana was diagnosed with Congenital Heart Disease or CHD.

The poor socio-economic situation of her parents meant that Jana was not receiving the medical intervention she needed. Her father works as a construction day-labourer in Hamadi, which is some 60 kilometres from the historic town of Luxor in Egypt. Earlier this July, a local doctor informed the family about our Little Hearts Mission that was taking place at Qena University Hospital between 28th of June to 5th of July. The family travelled to the ancient town where Jana was observed by our team of internationally renowned paediatric cardiac specialists. She was admitted to the hospital and went through a successful intervention.

During the course of this operation, Muntada Aid performed 36 lifesaving procedures and also provided training through workshops to around 100 medical staff. Whilst this endeavour is our 7th Little Hearts mission in this North African country, this marked first such assignment in Qena.

But not everyone is as lucky as Jana.

An estimated 15 million children die or are crippled annually by treatable or preventable heart disease in low- and middle-income countries. There is a chronic shortage of services and paediatric cardiac specialists throughout the developing world and particularly in Africa. At so many places these missions are the only opportunities for children to be seen by a paediatric cardiac surgeon.

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38 – 44 Whitechapel Road
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Reg Charity no: 1157117