After more than 200 days of siege, an aid agency has been allowed to delivery relief to Palestinian and Syrian refugees in Yarmouk camp, Syria. Islamic Relief is enabling them to provide over 10,000 families with food packs, as well as supplying hygiene kits and other vital items
(Image courtesy of UNRWA)
Samia Aziz tells the uplifting story of her 10-week journey to Cape Town, South Africa, where she volunteered with children, helping to improve education and raise awareness about HIV/Aids. One little boy in particular touched her heart...
Islamic Relief has joined 17 other leading humanitarian and human rights organisations in welcoming a UN Security Council resolution on Syria passed unanimously on February 22. The resolution demands safe and unhindered humanitarian access – including across conflict lines and across borders – to people in need throughout Syria. “We welcome this resolution and hope […]