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  • United Muslim Relief and Human Appeal Announce Partnership

    United Muslim Relief and Human Appeal Announce Partnership

    United Muslim Relief is excited to announce a new partnership with United Kingdom (UK) faith-based non-profit, Human Appeal.  This partnership will raise funds for life-saving projects that Human Appeal implements in the 25 countries it works in across the world. Human Appeal is renowned for being one of the leading humanitarian

  • Syria | Millions of people are lacking the basic needs to survive

    Syria | Millions of people are lacking the basic needs to survive

    The crisis in Syria has taken another turn for the worse this past week, with a horrendous chemical weapons attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun, leaving thousands of people in desperate need of assistance. Dozens of people, including children, died — some writhing, choking, gasping or foaming at the mouth — after breathing in

  • Partnering with Selam Foundation to support the project titled “Tutoring school children & adult literacy”

    Partnering with Selam Foundation to support the project titled “Tutoring school children & adult literacy”

    UMR made a one year ( March, 2017 - March, 2018) grant contribution to SELAM FOUNDATION to support the project titled “Tutoring school children & adult literacy”. The project has an outcome of - trained school children and Adult and it has 200 beneficiaries. UMR CEO Dr. Abed Ayoub, visited the school children and made

Saving a Life for the Price of a Cup of Coffee

There are many environmental disasters engulfing different parts of the world today, but none compare to the drought and famine affecting millions of people in Somalia. This past Saturday, the prime minister Hassan Ali Khaire

Save Syria Medical Mission Was A HUGE Success

UMR is working with IMANA, the Islamic Medical Association of North America, to provide much needed medical care to the families living in extremely harsh conditions in the refugee camps inside Jordan. We are glad

Rohingya Emergency Appeal

Alexandria, VA (Feb. 1, 2016) — UMR was represented last week in Geneva at the Migrants in Countries in Crisis (MCIC) Initiative’s Consultation with Civil Society Organizations. The UMR delegation participated in a series of meetings

A risky business: Aid workers in danger

“Last year, up to 460 aid workers were involved in violent attacks abroad, and 155 of them were killed, making it the most violent year for foreign civilian aid operations on records dating back to

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