Burma Rohingya

HOW YOU CAN HELP

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    For £50 you can contribute towards provide clean water solutions including emergency bottled water.

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    For £55 you can provide a food pack for a family for one month which includes rice, flour, sugar, Tea & cooking oil.

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    For £1000.00 you can contribute towards the costs of providing emergency medical camp that can treat up to 200 people.

ONE-OFF DONATION


Burmese Rohingya

Burmese Rohingya

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  • BURMA SUCCESS STORIES:

    • Rohina In Burma

      Myanmar is one of the least developed countries in the world. One child in every 10 dies before the age of five. Basic healthcare services such as water, education and healthcare are very limited. The UN reported that some 800,000 Muslims of Rohingya ethnicities live in Myanmar in the northern Rakhine State. They are regarded […]

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  • THE BURMA APPEAL

    Over 100,000 Rohingya from Burma are displaced, thousands of their Mosques and homes have been burnt, hundreds killed, women dishonoured and children killed.

    The Burmese Rohingya Muslim’s are recognised as one of the world’s most persecuted minorities, stateless and living in constant fear. Living in make-shift camps on the border between Burma and Bangladesh, they are in desperate need of food, shelter and medical aid.

    The chairman of Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust® Abdul Razaq Sajid visited Burma in January 2013 to oversee the relief activities. The situation is still deteriorating and Muslims are living under awful and very adverse conditions. The chairman visited many Muslims who were hiding from the authorities in various hidden places. The children and elderly people are at the higher risk and suffering the most.

    Abdul Razzaq Sajid also visited the local hospital in Burma where Muslims are getting treatment and distributed food, cash and medicine supply from the hospital. The chairman and other members of the delegation also arranged multiple meetings with local influential Muslim leaders to discuss the possible solution for current situation in Burma. There was special conference arranged where other prestigious personalities of the Muslim community also spoke about the plight of current situation of Burmese Muslims.

    The chairman called on the international human right organizations to highlight the plight of the Burmese Muslims situation.

    Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust® is asking all Muslims around the world not to turn a blind eye to the people of Rohingya community of Burma. Please help provide the vital essentials by making a donation below and also spread awareness of the atrocities they have suffered so we can help put an end to this bloodshed.

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