Yemen's years long civil war has sparked the world's worst humanitarian crisis, and it could become even worse. The United Nations warned this week that half its population may soon rely entirely on humanitarian aid to survive.
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Islamic Relief USA presented the Food Bank of Delaware with a $25,000 donation for the Backpack Program on Oct. 24.
In addition to supporting the program financially, representatives from the organization also volunteered to assemble bags.
The following is an excerpt from an article posted in the Detroitnews.com in October 2018. … Continue reading...
EDISON, NJ - Islamic Relief USA (IRUSA) will be hosting its annual fundraising dinner at the Pines Manor, in Edison, on October 20, from 6-9 pm. This inspirational night is dedicated to celebrating the achievements made throughout IRUSA’s programs and projects in Pakistan as part of a national IRUSA tour. The event will feature the Pakistani actor Imran Abbas, guest speaker Alina Afzal, who is a graduate of IRUSA’s orphan program, musician Salman Ahmed, and motivational speaker Azhar Azeez
Islamic Relief USA will hold its annual Day of Dignity campaign in major cities throughout the country, including one in Lexington with partner, SHARE...
Actor Imran Abbas says he is honoured to be the Goodwill Ambassador of Islamic Relief USA for year 2018. IRUSA events are happening all across USA. Looking forward to see you at your local event,” he wrote.
On The 21st: Nearly two thousand people have died because of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Indonesia at the end of September.
Islamic Relief's Country Director for Indonesia Nanang Dirja gave a live update to the BBC about the current humanitarian situation on the ground in Sulawesi.
Islamic Relief UK's Zia Salik spoke to Sky News earlier today about the current humanitarian situation on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi following the devastating earthquake and tsunami last Friday.
According to Nugroho, the European Union and 10 countries have offered aid, including the United States, Australia and China. But as hospitals continue to become overwhelmed and desperation for basics like food, water and fuel intensifies, more help is urgently needed.
How to help relief efforts in Indonesia:
You can donate funds to a variety of nonprofits and aid organizations working to help Indonesia recover.
Islamic Relief USA: The organization aimed at eradicating poverty has an Indonesia earthquake relief fund.