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Human Relief Foundation
1 day ago
Last Eid al-Adha your generosity put food on the plates of tens of thousands of hungry folk. Thank you for that. This year, with your help, we’re hoping to carry out more #Qurbani, and feed more people, than ever. And everything we do is totally Islamic, totally local, from trusted sources, and high quality. So Join us – and let us distribute your Qurbani from only £25 this year.
Human Relief Foundation
3 days ago
We’re loving the Qurbani copy and design, which includes a map pinpointing the countries we’ll be distributing in, to those in need. Well done to the Marketing team – what a result! If you haven’t received our brand new Qurbani donation leaflet through the letterbox yet, download the pamphlet as a PDF here: https://bit.ly/2Yb7neb #Qurbani #Teamwork
Human Relief Foundation
4 days ago
England's Cricketers Weren't The Only Winners At The Weekend Our own favourite cricket team (England aside), Scintilla Cricket Club, had their moment of glory on Saturday when chasing chasing down a tough total against second placed Super Rangers in Division 1 of the Essex County Cricket League. The league runs every Saturday through to early September - so plenty of time to stretch your legs and catch them, and our very own volunteer fundraiser Emdad Rahman, in action. To get involved, or find out more visit - http://scintillacc.com #cricket #scintillacricketclub #thewanderinglondoner #WeAreAllScintilla #englandcricket #volunteer
Human Relief Foundation
6 days ago
Rebuilding Mosul, One Street At A Time Mosul, the once-thriving historic city, full of ancient buildings, mosques, and churches, and home to Iraq’s second-largest university, was one of the most diverse cities in the Middle East, with Muslims, Christians and Jews all living side by side. Now the old city is barely recognisable, with roads and bridges out of service, much of the housing and infrastructure in ruin, and 300,000 #Mosul residents are still unable to return home, because their neighbourhoods have not been reconstructed. We have been working as the implementing partner with Bristol's Islamic Foundation, Daru Al-Moameneen, to refurbish and renovate homes in Mosul. The project is a critical step for families wanting to settle back into their homes, after three years of turmoil and hardship. #IraqWar #Refugees #TheGoodNeighbour www.hrf.org.uk/our-projects/iraq-project/
Human Relief Foundation
10 days ago
Busy, Busy, Busy A hectic week of work saw our Yemen Country Director, Adam,and Programmes team members Freddie and Mohammed make their way to Al Dhale’e, for a series of meetings with the United Nations about how HRF can contribute to wider humanitarian objectives in Yemen - such as saving lives, alleviating suffering, and maintaining human dignity during, and in the aftermath of, conflict. The team also started making preparations for opening our new office in the port city of Aden, as well as conducting a humanitarian needs assessment in the fishing community Ras Amran. It was all rounded off with a food distribution in the rubble of a bombed out school. A stark reminder, if one were needed, of what has been lost as a consequence of the man-made disaster that is the #YemenCrisis.
Human Relief Foundation
12 days ago
They fled persecution with “genocidal intent” at the hands of the Myanmar military. And now they are having to flee again. #Refugee settlements in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, have been hit with heavy monsoon rain, causing landslides and flooding, where more than 900,000 Rohingya refugees live. The rain caused 26 landslides in settlement areas, destroying shelters, and displacing thousands of families. With 4 months of the monsoon season still to go, rain continues to pound camps where they’ve had three days of non-stop torrential downpours, and more heavy weather forecast for next week. https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/07/1041931 Please share and donate if you can: www.hrf.org.uk/rohingyaemergency/ #WithRefugees #TheGoodNeighbour #Rohingya
Human Relief Foundation
13 days ago
Our Adam Kelwick had the pleasure of sharing a stage with legendary writer & cultural commentator, Dilip Hiro, & ex-head of BBC Religion, Aaqil Ahmed, in a discussion on the situation in Yemen, during this years Bradford Literature Festival - which was warmly received & well attended. #Yemen #DilipHiro #BradfordLiteratureFestival
Human Relief Foundation
15 days ago
Our Freddie Mackereth has just returned from an arduous fact finding and aid distribution trip to #Yemen with Country Director Adam Kelwick & Programmes Director Mohammed, and his good work got a lovely write up in his local paper. Nice. https://www.stroudnewsandjournal.co.uk/news/17752563.nailsworth-man-yemen-frontline-urges-people-support-vital-aid-project/
Human Relief Foundation
15 days ago
Never one to sit still, our Adam Kelwick is back from #Yemen for a few days logistical work, but has also found a small pocket of time to devote an appearance in the Bradford Literature Festival with world renowned author and commentator, Dilip Hiro. https://bit.ly/2Jyjit0
Human Relief Foundation
16 days ago
Yemen: The Human Cost Of War The human cost of war is not measured in ruined cities, prisoners taken, victories won. No. It's measured in life and limb. The individual agonies of those everyday folk, caught in the hurricane of extraordinary circumstances. As our Adam was to find out when he visited the main hospital in Al Dhale’e, Yemen. Where an understaffed, underfunded & chronically under-supplied hospital is dealing 3 TIMES its maximum patient capacity, and where new arrivals are being pitched outside in tents. A Legacy of Conflict Indiscriminate bombings and chronic shortages of supplies and staff have led to the closure of more than half of Yemen's health facilities. To allow the hospitals in Yemen to continue to function, MSF continues to support them with medical supplies, fuel, food, water, diagnostics, and funding for staff and operations. www.hrf.org.uk/yemen/ #SendYemenFoodNotWeapons #YemenCrisis #TheGoodNeighbour #DoctorsWithoutBorders
Human Relief Foundation
17 days ago
What Have Nasheeds, Donkey Rides And Quad Biking Got In Common? The #OpenCall2019 Festival in Alexandra Park, Oldham, that’s what! Last week, we partnered up with Greengate Trust and had a blast in the park. Families and communities of all faiths and backgrounds came together to dance, eat, celebrate, and enjoy life. Nice. A great big Thank YOU to all those who stopped by to say Hello. Want to find out more of what we get up to, sign up here: www.hrf.org.uk/ #BringingCommunitiesTogether
Human Relief Foundation
19 days ago
A Hungry World: Lots Of Food, In Too Few Places Over the past few weeks we have been busy on the ground distributing food packs to the poor and needy in Sierra Leone, in partnership with the International Islamic Youth League. This is important work in a country still recovering from 11 years of civil war, for Sierra Leone continues to be one of the poorest places in the world, with an average life expectancy of less than 52 years. If you would like to support our projects, everything you donate will make a difference. www.hrf.org.uk/donate/ #TheGoodNeighbour #SierraLeone
Human Relief Foundation
20 days ago
THE JOY OF GIVING Whilst our volunteer fundraisers were out on deployment in Jordan, distributing food and hygiene packs to the #Syrian #refugees and Jordanian community, they managed to raise a massive £148,100. If you’re interested in taking part in our life changing Jordan deployment programme, visit: www.hrf.org.uk/deployments/ for more information. Watch our video to find out more: #WeAreAllHRF #Volunteering #TheGoodNeighbour
Human Relief Foundation
24 days ago
THE CRISIS IN YEMEN IN A FEW KEY NUMBERS If you want to know why our work in Yemen is so important then these figures from the recent UNDP report into the humanitarian disaster in #Yemen should give you some idea. #SendYemenFoodNotWeapons #YemenCrisis
Human Relief Foundation
25 days ago
Theft Of A Future At only 2 months old, and suffering acute malnutrition, baby Jacqueline finds herself at the crossroads between life & death. It is not a situation any new parent wants to find themselves in. Yet hers is not a solitary story, an out of the ordinary tale. It is a reality throughout the length & breadth of Yemen, where 19 million Yemenis are the victims of a man-made crisis that is squeezing the life out of ordinary people. Tens of thousands have already died in what is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, but there is hope. With your help, we have been distributing food and water to many who are suffering the affects of conflict & environmental crisis. But there is more to be done. Much more. So anything you can contribute will make a difference. Donate if you can: www.hrf.org.uk/yemen/ #SendYemenFoodNotWeapons #YemenCrisis #TheGoodNeighbour
Human Relief Foundation
26 days ago
Period Poverty At times of crisis and conflict, women, girls, and babies are often hit hardest, as their hygiene needs go unaddressed. To mitigate this we regularly distribute Hygiene Kits as part of our deployment objectives. The kits provide women and babies with all of the essentials needed to care for themselves, and include items such as; nappies, sanitary pads, soaps, shampoos, rash cream, cotton buds, creams for mothers, baby powder, razors, bath sponges, wipes, scissors, antiseptic, toothpaste and toothbrushes. Whilst out on deployment this month, our team of volunteer fundraisers distributed hygiene packs for mothers and babies in Jordan. The women we supported are some of the most disadvantaged, vulnerable and isolated women in society. If you would like to donate please visit: www.hrf.org.uk/donate/ #WeAreAllHRF #periodpoverty
Human Relief Foundation
27 days ago
Living With A Bullet Inside Her It was a run of the mill decision so commonplace as to barely warrant a second thought. Or first. Yet for 20yr old Wazira, an 'uneventful' trip to the market has been the beginning of a painful & life changing experience. For the errand has left her with a bullet lodged close to her spine, seen her flee from her hometown of Hajar, & left her in a makeshift camp in Al-Dhalea, Yemen. "I was in the market of my hometown, Hajar, when I suddenly heard loud explosions … all of a sudden people started shooting everywhere. I tried running away, everyone was screaming. We had to leave everything behind straight away and travel to Al-Dhalea. I had been shot and was in a lot of pain, but it was better than staying behind and getting killed. We didn't have much money with us, so instead of going to the hospital, we went to the pharmacy. The Pharmacist said I was very lucky and the wound on my hip was where a bullet had brushed past. But I couldn’t walk properly and the pain was excruciating, travelling all the way down my legs to my toes and up my arm to my fingers. I knew something was wrong. I got an X-ray and discovered that a bullet was still lodged inside me. I'm scared that if I don't get it treated I may become paralysed.” Raising Funds For Wazira's Operation Since our Adam came across Wazira whilst organising food & water supplies for the camp, we have organised several scans & assessments, with the doctors confirming that the operation to remove the bullet will be successful. We want to raise enough money for both the operation, & accommodation for Wazira’s aftercare. Anything raised above the initial target of £1500, will go to similar projects helping displaced people affected by the conflict in Yemen. If you would like to donate towards Wazira’s operation, please visit our Just Giving page here: https://bit.ly/2xaqHcn Wazira is one of millions of people whose lives have been affected by the conflict in Yemen. None of the help we are providing for the people of #Yemen would be possible, without your generous support.
Human Relief Foundation
1 month ago
It was our Hasan's birthday the other day - in dog years he's about as old as Methuselah - and we got him something to satisfy his appetite for visits to various Escape Room's around Yorkshire. However, we weren't sure he didn't enjoy the doughnuts even more.... :-)
Human Relief Foundation
1 month ago
A Journey into the Danger Zone A great article about our volunteer fundraiser and mum of five, Saima Alvi, who recently travelled with us to Mosul, #Iraq, delivering humanitarian aid. Before setting off on her travels, Saima managed to raise a whopping £28,000 to support the displaced people of Iraq. Read her story here: https://bit.ly/2ItZIyM
Human Relief Foundation
1 month ago
Others. Putting First This Monday gone, 13 women, all volunteer fundraisers, travelled out to Amman, Jordan, to distribute food and hygiene packs to the #Syrian #refugees and Jordanian community. Jordan is one of the countries most affected by the Syrian crisis and has been struggling with economic challenges as the result of hosting more than 1.3 million Syrian refugees. We have been providing emergency relief to Syrian refugees in Jordan ever since the conflict began in 2011, if you’re interested in taking part in our Jordan deployment programme, visit: www.hrf.org.uk/deployments/ for more information. #RefugeeWeek #WeAreAllHRF #GirlPower #WorldRefugeeDay
Human Relief Foundation
1 month ago
We’ve had a lovely article in the Asian Leader about our Fundraising Officer, Shareen, and the humanitarian aid work she carried out with the team over Ramadan, in #Jordan, #Iraq and #Lebanon. The projects involved distributing food parcels and providing Iftar meals to some of the world’s most needy people. Read the full article here: http://online.fliphtml5.com/vxbbt/qtgl/#p=8
Human Relief Foundation
1 month ago
STRETCHING OUR LEGS THIS REFUGEE WEEK Some of you may not be aware, but this week is #RefugeeWeek – A fabulous opportunity to celebrate the positive impact that refugees have had on British society, and also highlight the plight many of them still find themselves in today. This Refugee Week a team of our fundraising volunteers have travelled out to Jordan from (sometimes) sunny Manchester, to deliver aid to Syrian refugees in the Za’atari camp. A camp in name only, for it is the size of a city, where a population of 80,000 men, women & children are stuck in the limbo that is a refugee’s lot. The Good Neighbour Our work with refugees covers a range of areas – from education projects, food distributions, housing support, orphan sponsorships, psychological support and much more. For we are dedicated to ensuring a better life for those who have had to leave their homes in traumatic circumstances to ensure the safety of themselves, and their families. #WeAreAllHRF

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