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Hunger in Yemen

Yemen is a country that is extremely struggling with hunger. Even before any external disputes started in early 2015, it was one of the poorest countries in the Middle East. With an average life expectancy below 64, the nation is ranked 168th out of 188 for human development. Now there…...

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Cholera epidemic spreads in Yemen – June 2017

In Yemen, almost one death per hour as cholera epidemic spreads like wildfire. Number of suspected cases reaches 100,000 as Yemeni health system teeters on brink of collapse. A cholera epidemic is spreading like wildfire across war-ravaged Yemen, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said, with a total of 100,000…...

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Feed the fasting – Ramdan Campaign 2017 – 1438 H

In Yemen, people have been waiting for this special month, and they will be celebrating and observing it with joy! Ramadan is a month of blessings, it is the month of giving and earning multiple rewards. It was narrated that Zayd ibn Khaalid al-Juhani said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace…...

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Navigating Family Life – 2016

Life is a precious gift from Allaah (swt) and it is upon us to spend this gift in a way that will earn His pleasure. As parents, we appreciate that our children are a trust put into our hands by Allaah (swt) and we have a huge responsibility to raise…...

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Navigating Family Life 24th April 2016

On Sunday 24th April 2016, we held our Navigating Family Life Seminar. By the Grace of Allaah (swt), it was a successful event which benefited many attendees from the community! Kathleen Roche-Nagi and Dr Aula discussed issues from contemporary challenges facing families to what techniques may be taken to develop…...

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Silence is betrayal event 2016

On the 17th March 2016 a group of SABA Relief volunteers got together at their local Sixth Form College to hold their “Silence is Betrayal” event. Their aim was to raise donations for SABA Relief’s Water Project and, by the grace of Allaah (swt), they raised over £800 for the…...

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