What would you need if you lost everything due to conflict? Blankets? A tent? Mattresses? These are just some of the core relief items that Human Relief Foundation has been distributing throughout 2018 in Kirkuk governorate in Iraq, in partnership with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency
It is with a heavy heart that we are having to announce that unless further funding is secured, our Medical Centre in the Rohingya Refugee camp in Bangladesh will be shutting down at the end of December 2018. This medical camp helps over 200 rohingya refugees daily with a range of treatments including basic primary medical care, basic wounds, maternal and paternal care etc. The medical centre also operates a 100% prescription policy, so if a patient requires a course of treatment that requires medicine for 3 weeks, the patient would be provided with medicine for 3 weeks. Listen as Sophina Khan, Academy of Artistry tells us how important this facility can be in treating Rohingya Refugees This Medical Centre can only stay open with your help, please donate today at: https://www.hrf.org.uk/rohingya Alternatively you can call: 0207 0604422
Thank you to all Human Relief Foundation Volunteers who have volunteered with Human Relief Foundation - London! 📸 - Some of our London Volunteers #InternationalVolunteerDay #InternationalVolunteerDay2018 #IVD2018
Thank you to all Human Relief Foundation Volunteers who have volunteered with Human Relief Foundation - Birmingham! 📸 - Some of our Birmingham Volunteers #InternationalVolunteerDay #InternationalVolunteerDay2018 #IVD2018
Today here at HRF we are celebrating our Volunteers who help make a real difference to people around the world through their efforts! Thank you to all Human Relief Foundation Volunteers! 📸 - Volunteers with Human Relief Foundation Wales - Swansea #InternationalVolunteerDay #InternationalVolunteerDay2018 #IVD2018
The team from Human Relief Foundation - London had an amazing time yesterday having lunch with the elderly in a day centre! They also loved playing charades and joining in the Team Quiz. #charity #lunch #elderly
£15 can be easily wasted or frittered away. However, £15 can also be used to provide blankets to those most vulnerable. £15 can save someone’s life. Our blankets are locally-sourced by our international offices and your donation will guarantee a distribution in time for the harshness of winter. Visit our website today and donate your blanket to the people of Iraq, Bangladesh, Syrian Refugees or Rohingya Refugees www.hrf.org.uk/blankets/
Although the fighting in Iraq has subsided, many Iraqis remain displaced within the country. Working with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, HRF has been distributing core relief items to displaced Iraqis in camps in Kirkuk throughout 2018.
Human Relief Foundation Pakistan recently did food distribution in the drough hit area of Thar, Pakistan. This was only made possible due to your donations!, but we must stress like Abdul Basit Khawaja stated in the video, this drought is not finishing any time soon, rain is expected in JUNE 2019. We must help the people of Thar as much as we can through this time, To donate please visit: www.hrf.org.uk/thar #ThankYou #Charity
Watch this video to see the situation in Yemen at the moment, parents are being forced to feed their kids leaves due to the escalating crisis and hunger in the country. YOU can help to change this, you can make a difference. Give towards our appeal today, even something as little as £5 can help make a difference. Donate now using the link below: www.hrf.org.uk/yemen
A pair of beautiful smiles all the way from the Kutupalong refugee camp in #Bangladesh. Help children smile, give them food and clothes, give them a happier life. Support our relief programmes at www.hrf.org.uk/rohingya.
"Listening to stories first hand had opened my mind and heart and being in the same room with Syrian #refugees in Jordan has made think so much about my life..." Save lives today. Our deployment teams are transforming your donations into aid www.hrf.org.uk #FridayFeeling
Everyone at Human Relief Foundation would like to take a moment to say a huge thank you to our donors! It's because of you and your donations we are able to help all the people we do! Thanks to your donations just in October alone, Our Fundraisers were in the top 1% on JustGiving Our work goes on and our teams work away and this all possible due to you and your donations! #ThankYou
There were 2.6 million internally displaced persons in Iraq at the beginning of 2018. Human Relief Foundation has been working with UNHCR Iraq in Kirkuk providing emergency, life-saving shelter and core relief items to those forced from their homes by the recent conflict. 📷 - This is one of our latest aid distributions that has taken place in Kirkuk in the last few days.
At the start of the week, lets all abandon the doom and gloom of being back at work and let's #BeLikeArmeena and do something positive for Syrian children. These Syrian children have had their lives turned upside down due to the ongoing war in Syria. Let's all have a positive frame of mind and even if you can only give this post a share or a like - lets make a change for the better! www.hrf.org.uk/syria - Is the link to donate towards our projects in Jordan with Syrian refugees. Armeena Rana Khan #MondayMotivation
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Our Human Relief Foundation Pakistan Team are working tirelessly to help as many people as we can. We are currently working with 51 families (consisting of around 300 individuals) that are the most vulnerable among these drought affected people i.e. households where a mother is expecting a new born. "In order to save the mother and the child.... we have distributed food packets to this segment of the society." - Abdul Basit Khawaja who is overseeing the relief effort in Tharparkar. You can donate and allow our team to help more people by using the following link: https://www.hrf.org.uk/thar/
A huge well done to the Volunteers from Human Relief Foundation Wales - Swansea & Human Relief Foundation - Birmingham who took part in a skydive on Saturday. They raised over £4,000 for projects in the Kutupalong Rohingya Refugee camp. Interested in raising money for Charity? Check out the volunteer section on our website - https://www.hrf.org.uk/volunteering-opportunities #MondayMotivation