Across the globe, conflict causes widespread insecurity, poverty, and mass displacement, often leading to humanitarian emergencies and human rights violations. It’s often women and young people that bear the brunt of violent conflict. Islamic Relief’s Global Advocacy Research Coordinator Najma Abukar argues that sustainable peace can only be secured by protecting the rights of women and [...]
In communities affected by conflict, people with disabilities are often persecuted, forced to flee their homes and deprived of basic human rights – and typically find it even harder than others to access support. For women, it is even harder again. Our Protection and Inclusion Advisor Sherin AlShaikhAhmed sheds light on new research by Islamic [...]
Islamic Relief is running a project in Stolac, Bosnia, which is enabling women to become self-reliant. The project involves creating new sustainable livelihoods by providing 96 women with greenhouses and the equipment and training needed to grow and sell fruit and vegetables. Jasmina who tragically lost her husband and home during the Bosnian war, is [...]
This World Humanitarian Day highlights the immediate human cost of the climate crisis and calls on world leaders to take meaningful climate action for the world’s most vulnerable people. With the theme #TheHumanRace, the focus is on the race against time and the need for everyone to work together to reach the finishing line – [...]
The theme of this year’s World Humanitarian Day is #TheHumanRace, highlighting the race against time to beat climate change and the immediate consequences for the world’s most vulnerable people. In the race against the climate crisis, we can’t leave anyone behind. Gloria Nthenya Kivuva, who works for Islamic Relief Worldwide in East Africa, reflects here [...]
For people with disabilities, fleeing conflict and arriving in a refugee camp can be an even more difficult experience. Islamic Relief’s Aya El Fatih talks to one Ethiopian refugee in Sudan about the challenges she has faced: When conflict erupted in the Tigray region of Ethiopia in November 2020, tens of thousands of people were [...]
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