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Mangkhut Typhoon Hit Philippines

Philippines, 18 Sept 2018 – 81 have been reportedly died in Philippines as Mangkhut Typhoon hit the country in the last few days.   National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) claimed that over 1 million families have been affected by the typhoon.   The typhoon which has maximum winds of up to 205

IRM Wins the Heart of Many

BAYAN LEPAS, Sep 16, 2018 - Malaysia Day 2018 is celebrated with Tazkirah and 'busking' (Tazking) by Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) alongside Afad & Friends in an effort to encourage the public to continue serving the needy.   The busking which began with the songs in commemoration to comprehend the pain felt by the needy,

IRM Given Mandate to Help Palestinians

Putrajaya, 8 Sep 2018 - Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) as an international humanitarian organisation is nominated as one of the implementing partners for Palestine Fund campaign alongside a local non-government organisation, MyCARE.   The Palestine Fund campaign was officiated by Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail implemented under National Welfare Foundation,

483 Died in India

Kerala, 6 Sept 2018 – 483 people died due to heavy floods that hit the state of Kerala and a total number of 223,139 people are taking shelter at 1,500 relief camps.   The water levels are receding gradually, however, it may take the water to drain out completely given the volume of inundation.  

Exclusive Pre-Loved Items Sales to Help Development Projects

KUALA LUMPUR, 1 SEP 2018 – Squad Celebrity Global Volunteers organised a Pre Loved4U Charity Sales in efforts to collect funds of RM2.4 million for humanitarian projects of Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) in collaboration with Ukhuwah 4 Ummah (U4U).   The sales collection of pre-loved items belong to local celebrities through the event will be

Over 400 Died in India

Kerala, 20 Aug 2018 – Over 400 people died, and more than 724,649 people have been evacuated to 5,645 relief camps due to heavy rainfall that caused massive floods in the area.   Heavy rain and strong winds are predicted to prolong for at least the next two days, although the Indian Meteorological Department has