Millions of people are suffering from decades of conflict, dwindling food shortages and hunger.
More than 8 million people are on the brink of famine. 95% of people don’t have enough to eat and a million children under the age of five are at risk of dying over the year.
Years of conflict, poverty and the disruption caused by the pandemic were already taking their toll on the people of Afghanistan. The recent conflict and change of government, coupled with the worst drought in 27 years, have tipped the country over the edge. The economic collapse has sent food prices soaring.
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever relieves a Muslim of a burden from the burdens of the world, Allah will relieve him of a burden from the burdens on the Day of Judgement.”
Will you relieve the burdens of the Afghan people? Donate now.
In Afghanistan, 26 of Afghanistan’s 68 orphanages have been shut down due to the current economic crisis.
Suffering from decades of conflict, dwindling food shortages and hunger, the people of Afghanistan are in dire need of support. None are more so deserving than the orphans.
Human Aid & Advocacy are providing essential shelter, food, education and healthcare to the children of the shuhadah.
Your donation will provide continuous support to much needed beneficiaries, -providing these orphans with a strong foundation for a bright future.
The Prophet (pbuh) said, “The one who cares for an orphan and myself will be together in Paradise like this”, and he (pbuh) held his two fingers together to illustrate. [Bukhari]
Give yourself the opportunity to be with the Prophet (pbuh) and support Afghanistan’s lost generation with education, food, healthcare and shelter.
This project has been accredited as Zakah eligible by the Islamic Finance Advisory
Afghanistan gained independence from US occupied rule in 2021. Since then, the country has been largely ostracised by the international community. Their financial assets, including nearly $10 billion, have been frozen by the US, leading to tolls on the people of Afghanistan.
Afghanistan’s education system is no stranger to the wide-reaching effects of these sanctions. Since 2022, the number of young men and women enrolled in higher education has recorded a 60% decline.
The Afghanistan Vocational Institute, established in Kabul, provides theoretical and practical learning courses to orphans and widows.
Catering to 750 students, we need £250k to initiate this project, providing viable vocational courses to widows and orphaned children.
These survivors have lost countless family members to war and oppression. You can give the gift of education and support Afghanistan’s survivors as they work towards to self-sufficiency.
Offering courses ranging from mechanical engineering and plumbing to carpentry and computing, the Institute presents a vital opportunity for students to develop a skill professionally, supporting survivors on their quest for financial independence.
What’s can we do?
The Afghanistan Vocational Institute plays a vital role in supporting orphans and widows, with opportunities for education and sustainable professional development.
Your donation could be the impetus of hope for Afghanistan’s young generation of survivors.
Sponsor a vocational course for orphans and widows.
Annual cost of funding per student - £100
Afghanistan has become the world’s largest humanitarian crisis – suffering from decades of conflict, dwindling food shortages and hunger.
Our team visited Afghanistan in January 2022, to identify the needs of the Afghan people. Nearly half the population are in need of humanitarian assistance, especially healthcare.
Many hospitals report shortages in essential medicines and supplies.
Afghanistan’s financial crisis and loss of funding means the current healthcare system is under threat.
One healthcare worker in Kabul expressed, “People come to our clinics, they bring malnourished children, and we don’t have enough medicine”, “Every week I witness three of four kids dying of malnutrition, a preventable death”.
What can we do?
Human Aid & Advocacy are supporting the Jannat Gul Khan Public Hospital, located in Kabul. In this densely populated area, the large majority of inhabitants have migrated from other provinces.
The Hospital is at a critical stage in its development.
Your donation will go towards expanding the premises and medical departments; setting up the hospital to ensure it is fit for purpose. With your support, the hospital will stand to benefit from the employment of specialised personnel in General Surgery, Neonatal and Postnatal, Nursing and Orthopaedics departments, as well as vital medical equipment, emergency patient transport and maintenance services.
Donate and reap the reward of ongoing charity through this rare Sadaqah Jariyah project.
You have the chance to donate towards the Afghanistan Hospital at a critical stage in its development.
You can purchase a share of this worthwhile Sadaqah Jariyah project and benefit from the reward of your ongoing charity even after death.
The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “When a man dies, all his good deeds come to an end except three: ongoing charity (Sadaqah Jariyah), beneficial knowledge, or a righteous son who will pray for him.” Narrated by Muslim (1631).
Consider the reward you may receive by supporting this extraordinary Sadaqah Jariyah project. Your donation could be the crucial difference between life and death for survivors in Afghanistan.
It was narrated from Ibn ‘Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “The Muslim is the brother of his fellow Muslim; he does not wrong him or let him down. The one who meets the needs of his brother, Allah will meet his needs. Whoever relieves a Muslim of distress, Allah will relieve him of distress on the Day of Resurrection.”
Donate now to alleviate the struggles of the Afghan people and provide fundamental healthcare to those that need it most.
The one who stays with the one who is sick, and takes care of him and looks after him has done good by serving him and caring for him, and Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning): “and do good. Truly, Allah loves Al-Muhsinoon (the good-doers)” [Surah al-Baqarah 2:195].
What are the costs?