International Waqf Fund has supported the reconstruction and reparation of five schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
About one third of families in India’s Assam state live below the poverty line.
Around four years of conflict and severe economic decline in Yemen has resulted in a humanitarian crisis. As a result, children are disproportionately affected.
Many Gazans rely on humanitarian support from organisations such as Islamic Relief.
Living in the sprawling slums of Ethiopia’s capital means scant access to basic facilities and few opportunities to escape grinding poverty.
30 years of civil unrest coupled with the destruction caused by the 2004 tsunami has left many areas of Sri Lanka devastated.
Aim: Provide resources, computer training, and better facilities at two primary schools to help raise educational standards.
In Albania, more than one in ten people live below the poverty line. This makes it difficult for parents to send their children to school.
In the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami, many Sri Lankan [...]
Chechnya has long-suffered the effects of war. Tens of thousands of people lost their lives in the Chechen conflicts and now.