In September 2013, communal riots broke out in India’s Muzaffarnagar town in Uttar Pradesh, displacing thousands of people who are now living in relief camps.
The 2010 monsoon floods in Pakistan called for an urgent need for help in a crisis situation. Thanks to the generous, quick and ongoing support of donors from around the globe, The World Federation has been active in providing urgent aid, as well as long term support to the affected men, women and children whose lives were uprooted in a matter of minutes. These families lost their homes, their livelihood and in some instances, their loves ones.
Your financial contributions to the PAKISTAN RELIEF FUND continue to provide victim families with the support and dignity they need to rebuild their lives, their families and ultimately - their future.
The World Federation is pleased to share a progress report titled: ‘AN OVERVIEW OF THE WORLD FEDERATION’S RELIEF ACTIVITIES IN PAKISTAN AUGUST 2010 TO SEPTEMBER 2013’.
It is through your support, that these programs are made possible. Your donations are making a difference, one family at a time. Your continued support of the PAKISTAN RELIEF FUND allows us to help more families by building new homes, providing food, clean water, sanitation facilities, blankets, education, supporting microfinance projects, and so much more to those who are still suffering from this catastrophe which happened over 3 years ago.
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For more information or to sponsor the construction of new homes in the memory of a loved one, please email [email protected]
The World Federation of KSIMC attended the 22nd Special Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva to strongly advocate for greater support to the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) of Iraq and a long term solution to the current crisis.
Our President, Dr. Moledina, recently had the pleasure of visiting Bilal Muslim Mission in Tanzania and witnessed first-hand the fantastic amount of work going on in the name of the Ahlul Bayt (as).