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Yemen: The World’s Worst Cholera Crisis

What is cholera Cholera is an infectious disease that could lead to severe dehydration, watery diarrhoea and even death if left untreated. It is caused by eating contaminated food or drinking water which contain bacterium called Vibrio cholerae. The illness is mostly common in places where war, poor sanitation and…...

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Four years of suffering

How the war in Yemen has caused the greatest uncertainty in Human History on an entire nation A NATION WITH NO GUARANTEE Over 54,000 people have been killed from the conflict alone not including the thousands who have died from lack of medicine, food, clean water and shelter. Yemen is…...

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War-Struck Yemen

Families in need are Suffering the Merciless Winter CONFLICT AND DROUGHT As the world’s ‘worst humanitarian crisis’ festers, the local dynamics of the conflict remain overshadowed. Yemen was already the Arab world’s poorest country and nearly four years of brutal warfare more than three-quarters of the country’s population is in…...

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Struggle for Education in Yemen

A Whole Generation of Children Deprived from Education. CONFLICT IN YEMEN – WAR ON EDUCATION After 3 years of intensifying conflict, the education system in Yemen has been completely destroyed. War and conflict have a devastating effect on the prospects of a better education. Education should be a birth right…...

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What is behind the story of Qurbani?

Origin of the word ‘Qurbani’ ‘Qurbani’ originates from the word ‘Qurban’ which comes from the word ‘Qurb’ meaning ‘closeness’. The Prophet Ibrahim (AS) in his willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail, demonstrated his closeness to Allah (SWT) and in doing so represented true Islam or submission to Allah (SWT). Story…...

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Kidney patients struggle as Yemeni health crisis worsens

After 37 months of conflict in Yemen, the country remains in the grip of the world’s largest humanitarian crisis, with more than 20 million people in need of assistance and 16 million lacking access to health services. The situation in Yemen The situation in Yemen has been described as extremely…...

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Feed the fasting in Yemen – Ramadan 1439 H

Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the world and are the midst of the worst cholera outbreak in history. Ramadan is a time that Muslims worldwide can look forward to and come together to help those in need. With our feed the fasting campaign, SABA Relief are doing…...

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Zaka in Islam

Allah SWT commands in the Quran, “Take alms out of their property, you would cleanse them and purify them thereby, and pray for them; surely your prayer is a relief to them; and Allah is Hearing, Knowing.” [Al-Quran 9:103] Zakat means ‘to purify’. It is through this Yearly charitable act…...

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Ramadan – The Month of Great Blessings

The month in which the words of Allah SWT (the holy Qur’an) was revealed to the world through the last and final messenger of Allah SWT, prophet Muhammad (May peace and blessings be upon him). A time where Allahs mercy and blessings fill the horizons and a time for worshippers…...

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Why work as a volunteer for a charity?

Volunteering is an excellent way of boosting social and professional skills in a working environment. It’s a chance to meet new people, build relationships and even work in a field you have never explored.  What is volunteering? A volunteer is described as somebody who willingly gives their time for the…...

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