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23 June 2016

Iftar for the Global Ummah

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Our donors have been sharing their iftar with families all over the world this Ramadan. Here's a snapshot of just some of the people you have been feeding in the holy month. 


In Al Ashar Nagar, Madurankuli and Puttalam, needy families and orphans received hot iftar meals as well as Ramadan food parcels.

With your help, Muslim Hands has been providing 2,000 iftar meals at Al-Aqsa mosque every single day of Ramadan.

Over 1,000 families, including widows and orphans received food parcels containing such essentials as dates, flour, beans and cooking oil. Mosques were also given food to distribute to the needy over Ramadan.

In Saida, Syrian and Palestinian refugee families came together for communal iftars which included religious talks and prize-giving.

Muslim Hands has been providing food parcels and iftars on a daily basis to the most deprived families across the country including in Rawalakot, Quetta, Kotli, Wazirabad and Peshawar.

Muslim Hands has been holding iftars for families across Malawi including continuing our support of the Ntonde Masjid which is providing daily iftars to the growing Muslim community of Blantyre.

In the Kahda District of Somalia, widows, orphans and families displaced by conflict and drought were delighted to receive their Muslim Hands food parcels which include enough food essentials to take them through to Eid and beyond.

In villages such as Nagan Raya Aceh and Petumbukan, we held community iftars in schools, masjids and even in the home of the head of one village. Attendees included orphans and their families, students and staff of the Musilm Hands Educational Complex and low-paid farmers and labourers.

Hundreds of needy families in Herat received Ramadan food parcels including such food essentials as cooking oil, rice and pulses.

In Makindu, Yamalani and Mombasa nearly 4,000 people in need received Ramadan food parcels.

It's not too late to feed families this Ramadan! Make the most of the last ten days and give iftar.

Don't forget to give your Zakat al-Fitr before the Eid prayer!

By Tijen Horoz, Senior Communications Editor

Muslim Hands UK

Established in 1993, Muslim Hands is an aid agency and NGO helping those affected by poverty, conflict and natural disaster in over 20 countries worldwide.