More Work Across Africa
More Work Across Africa
More Work Across Africa
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PLEASE NOTE: Donations made toward IRUSA’s Africa Humanitarian Aid fund may be used to support emergency or long-term humanitarian work across the region.

Islamic Relief’s long legacy of humanitarian work extends beyond the African countries that we have offices in. Here is more information about other countries that have been positively impacted by the generosity of donors like you. Your contributions to our Africa Humanitarian Aid fund helps fuel programs like these.

Benin

Islamic Relief USA worked in Benin to provide education to adults to combat unemployment in the region. The education workshops focused on character and teacher development in conjunction with enhancing communication skills, teamwork, self-management, and community service. Upon graduation, the students qualify for jobs that serve the economic and social betterment of their communities.

Educational programs in Benin have since come to a close.

Central African Republic

Islamic Relief USA partnered with humanitarian organizations like World Vision and Catholic Relief Services in the Central African Republic to restore livelihoods for many through local economic development. Projects in the CAR hoped to address obstacles to peace like food insecurity and limited livelihood opportunities.

IRUSA has also provided psychosocial support and education to internally displaced children, along with emergency food assistance to vulnerable communities.

Chad

Islamic Relief worked hard to provide innovative and sustainable solutions for vulnerable families across Chad, focused heavily on education, clean water solutions, and livelihood.

Ghana

Islamic Relief worked in Ghana to provide education to adults to combat unemployment in the region. The education workshops focused on character and teacher development in conjunction with enhancing communication skills, teamwork, self-management, and community service. Upon graduation, the students qualified for jobs that served the economic and social betterment of their communities.

Liberia

Islamic Relief worked to combat violence against women and girls in Liberia. The advocacy efforts focused on providing faith-based community leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to reduce GBV in their communities. Along with these efforts, IRUSA worked to increase survivors’ access to tangible support services.

Madagascar

Islamic Relief USA worked to combat drought in Madagascar brought on by El Nino, and to provide school-aged children with improved nutritional statuses and increased clean water and sanitation access. These efforts helped increase the presence of children in school.

Mozambique

Islamic Relief USA worked to combat drought in Mozambique brought on by El Nino, and to provide school-aged children with improved nutritional statuses and increased clean water and sanitation access. These efforts helped increase the presence of children in school. Mozambique was also among the hardest-hit countries by Cyclone Idai—and into 2020, Islamic Relief is still helping survivors.

Swaziland

Islamic Relief USA worked to combat drought in Swaziland brought on by El Nino, and to provide school-aged children with improved nutritional statuses and increased clean water and sanitation access. These efforts helped increase the presence of children in school.

Uganda

Islamic Relief partnered with groups on the ground to provide meat during the Qurbani season to more than 14,000 people in need.

Zimbabwe

Islamic Relief USA worked to combat drought in Zimbabwe brought on by El Nino, and to provide school-aged children with improved nutritional statuses and increased clean water and sanitation access. These efforts helped increase the presence of children in school.

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