Islamic Help is a UK registered charity and international NGO established in 2003 by a group of young people determined to make a difference to the lives of those afflicted by poverty and suffering. Enthusiastic, dedicated and visionary the group took their ideas to older and wiser members of the community and were pleased to get their support and to launch an initiative that a few years later would become the globally recognised charity that is Islamic Help.
Characterised by its involvement with and its ability to inspire, motivate and mobilise young people, Islamic Help has worked in over 20 countries. We now have offices in Birmingham, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Gaza, Yemen, Jordan, France and Australia.
Contribution / Achievements
In recent years, Islamic Help has continued providing emergency relief following major disasters and has delivered humanitarian aid to hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced as a result of conflicts like Gaza, the Central African Republic and Syria.
We have also established long term programmes to help communities with water, livelihoods, health, education, community building, environmental sustainability and orphan care.
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