There are over 150 million children around the world that have been orphaned by the loss of one or both parents. They are forced to work in difficult—and sometimes dangerous—conditions to help provide for their families. What’s worse, in countries where the social infrastructure is challenging, it is all too easy to forget the plight of these orphaned children. Orphans and widows are among the most marginalized people of global society. Yet, our Islamic tradition informs us that they are a few
"Inadequate access to safe water and sanitation services, coupled with poor hygiene practices, kills and sickens thousands of children every day, and leads to impoverishment and diminished opportunities for thousands more." - UNICEF Water is a basic necessity for life. However, for too many people around the world, water can also be the cause of illness and disease. In regions of the world where water is difficult to find, water-borne illnesses devastate the population and threaten the lives of millions. Water is
Clean water isn’t just a matter of life and death. It’s not just about thirst, hunger, and sanitation. It’s about strength, opportunity, and freedom.
UMR has partnered with Life for Relief and Development in Jordan to support orphan families. The main concept of this project is to present cash aid service at Northern and Middle of Jordan to the most in need of both Jordanian and Palestine orphans who still under 18, in which to live a fulfilling life with dignity. Where each orphan can have access to their basic rights of clean water, food, shelter, and clothes on their backs. This project aims to provide