Hot iftar meals in Afghanistan

Hot iftar meals in Afghanistan


Afghanistan Hot Meal

“Whoever gives food to a fasting person to break his fast, shall have his sins forgiven, and he will be saved from the Fire of Hell, and he shall have the same reward as the fasting person, without his reward being diminished at all." (Source - Ibn Khuzaymah)

3.2 million babies and young children are acutely malnourished, and a staggering 20 million Afghanis are facing crisis levels of hunger. Families spend an average of 88% of their income just on food, leaving two-thirds of Afghans in need multiple types of humanitarian help.

€7 – provide a hot iftar meal to labourers, travellers, and vulnerable people.

Our Feed the Fasting programme helps you to spread mercy to vulnerable people and receive Allah’s mercy in the holy month of Ramadan.

Give €7 today, and we’ll make sure it gets to day labourers and travellers who are struggling for food this Ramadan, allowing them to be free to worship, fast, and remember Allah, without worrying if they’ll be able to break their fast.

The mercy of a hot meal

Each hot meal will contain rice with raisins, carrots and beef or lamb, as well as beef curry, bread, and a drink.

Every year in Afghanistan, climate change disasters such as drought, floods, landslides and earthquakes kill approximately 250,000 people, in a country where 80% of all livelihoods depend on agriculture.

With your help we want to provide a total of 2,815 vulnerable people with hot iftar meals, with 300 people supported each day over eight days. Be a mercy, and help a worker or traveler to have a hot iftar this Ramadan.

Be a mercy, give an iftar.

Why give with Human Appeal?

We’ve been feeding fasting families for over 30 years, in which time we’ve developed efficient, high-quality programmes that put the needs of the communities we help first. Last Ramadan, your charity allowed us to provide over 133,620 people with iftar across 14 countries, including 8,890 people in Afghanistan.

This year, we need your help to support the many vulnerable people who are facing hunger and job insecurity as the effects of the pandemic continue to damage livelihoods.

Share an iftar with a vulnerable person, and reap the mercy of the blessed month of Ramadan.

Give mercy now

Please note, if sufficient funds are not raised for a particular project, your donation may be reallocated to where the need is greatest.