Ahead of a conference in Kuwait, our CEO, Dr. Mohamed Ashmawey signs a letter in the Guardian, encouraging the UK government to continue supporting Syrians as we have entered the 5th year of conflict.
A lack of rainfall in Niger has left communities struggling with growing enough food. As a result, many people move to the city or abroad in search of employment, though often the struggle is more difficult. Islamic Relief has been working with farmers, teaching new farming techniques to improve yield. As a result, some feel hope and decide to stay, maintaining family ties and community.
The people of Yemen are in dire need of humanitarian assistance, with millions who lack access to food and basic necessities. Current conflict and violence is only making the situation worse.
In his final blog post about his trip to Bangladesh, Shuheb reflects on his journey with a heavy heart, but full of hope, optimism and determinism.