As a result of the last 6 years of devastating conflict in Syria, millions of people are trapped in rapidly deteriorating circumstances, lacking even the basics needed to survive, like food, water, shelter, hygiene facilities and healthcare. The high price and unavailability of food means that many people have to walk or drive for long distances, which costs both time and money and can negatively impact their already poor health and stress levels. UMR is working with our
United Muslim Relief is launching an emergency relief force to get immediate help to the people of Somalia and South Sudan. Five million people are already in need of humanitarian assistance. Somalis and South Sudanese families are in need of food, clean water, and shelter. Four out of 10 people are in struggling to survive. The sparse rainfall and fighting between militants are the main causes for the deprivation of the crop harvests and livestock herds, putting
The Syrian crisis in Aleppo caused for international attention due to thousands of civilians having been trapped in the region. Overall, an estimated 4.9 million people are in need in besieged and hard- to- reach areas. Therefore, UMR created an emergency campaign to provide aid for refugees from Aleppo and Mosul in countries where they are seeking hopes for resettlement and stability. Thousands of refugee families are waiting for your help. Give today!
Food is a fundamental need for the survival of human life. The World Food Summit of 1996 defined food security as existing “when all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life” . Food security is built on three pillars: food availability, food access, and food use. Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths in children under five - 3.1 million children each year. Food security is a complex issue-