Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: "If anyone relieves a Muslim believer from one of the hardships of this worldly life, Allah will relieve him of one of the hardships of the Day of Resurrection." ( Source - Muslim)
€7– provide a hot iftar meal to a survivor of the floods.
€100– provide iftar and suhoor to a fasting family-of-six in Pakistan for a month - a total of 360 meals.
€995- Install a deep water well in a drought-hit community in Pakistan, helping to transform and protect a village of 105 people.
€2,650- provide a family with a secure one-room brick home, containing a kitchen and washroom.
A fifth of Pakistanis are undernourished, and almost half of all children are stunted. This Ramadan, reap the multiplied blessings of Ramadan and provide water wells, livelihoods, iftar, nutritious iftars, and village transformations. You can also transform the life of a street child, and help us to rebuild homes for families affected by the floods.
All of our Ramadan projects are Zakat-eligible, and you can calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use Zakat calculator.
Give mercy now.
Be a mercy to flood survivors
Eight months on from the Pakistan floods, and 1.8 million people are still living beside stagnant floodwater, at risk of disease. 170,000 children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition, and 4.3 million workers have been affected as a result of the floods.
This Ramadan, help us to support a family affected by the floods by providing sustainable, safe brick homes, containing a kitchen and washroom.
Give mercy to a family who lost their home to the floods.
Sustainable change for long-term resilience
We’re also continuing our long-term projects which empower communities to be resilient to climate change and the causes of disasters. This Ramadan be a mercy to a family facing cyclical climate crises by installing a water well, providing livelihood training and tools, or transforming an entire village with solar-powered water pumps, lighting, toilets, and farming training.
Help us to transform a drought-hit village in Tharparkar. Be a mercy.
Why give with Human Appeal
We’ve been changing lives in Pakistan for 17 years.
Last year, we helped a total of 3,843,279 people, including 1,656,490 people in Pakistan through our flood response, as well as projects that provided sustainable clean water, livelihood training, education, solar-powered electricity, and food security.
This Ramadan, be a mercy to a family in Pakistan, and reap Allah’s mercy in the month of blessings.
Give mercy now.
Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: "If anyone relieves a Muslim believer from one of the hardships of this worldly life, Allah will relieve him of one of the hardships of the Day of Resurrection."Source - Muslim