Al-Imdaad Foundation
Rohingya Camp Fire

21 Jan 2021

In 2017 over 700,000 Rohingya most of them children, women, and the elderly – fled their homes in Myanmar to escape systematic persecution and took refuge in Bangladesh. Together with existing refugees there are now more than 900 000 Rohingya...


29 Oct 2020

Across the northern hemisphere our brothers and sisters are bracing for the winter months at a time when available resources have been limited due to the severe impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on struggling economies. For refugees, IDPs, the impoverished,...

Zimbabwe Drought

15 Oct 2020

Zimbabwe has been in prolonged drought since 2018. Each year there are less rains, and the threat to all water sources, above ground and below, is becoming alarming. This year, hand pump boreholes have dried up in rural areas and thousands have been...

Help Save Sudan

11 Sep 2020

Sudan is the meeting point of the Blue and White Niles to become the mighty Nile River. It is a frontline in the climate emergency as natural disasters become more intensive and more frequent. It has been a hundred years since the Nile river has reached...

South Asia Cyclone Relief

03 Jul 2020

It’s been a season of deadly Cyclones in the Indian subcontinent with Cyclone Amphan on the East Coast closely followed by Cyclone Nisarga on the West Coast just two weeks...

Yemen Crisis

16 Sep 2020

Airstrikes, armed clashes and attacks on civilian infrastructure which have been going on since March 2015 have resulted in the world’s largest food security crisis and enabled the spread of cholera at an unprecedented scale. More than half of the...

COVID-19 Response

21 Jul 2020

The World Health Organisation has declared the Covid-19 outbreak a global pandemic...

Idlib Emergency Appeal

07 Oct 2020

Idlib is part of the final opposition held territory in Syria and home to more than 3 million people. Over half of the population are internally displaced persons (IDPs) who have fled from other parts of the country. Hundreds of thousands of civilians have...

Kenya Housing Village (Sahaba City)

01 Jun 2020

Drought and conflict have displaced countless numbers in East Africa. They resettle in areas far from home, with limited resources and insufficient shelter. Al-Imdaad Foundation’s office in Kenya has been able to assist these communities by establishing...

Essahaba Hospital in GAZA

13 May 2020

The Al-Imdaad Foundation has been working in Palestine since our inception in 2003 and has made tremendous and significant strides in rehabilitating the over-burdened health sector in Gaza. We have actively been involved in the “females friendly” Essahaba...

Daily Sadaqah Debit Order scheme

06 May 2020

Daily Sadaqah allows you to contribute a specified amount as Sadaqah for every day of the month. These contributions go to the most deserving projects we have earmarked for...

Make Orphans Smile

15 Jul 2020

The global population of orphans, at some 220 million is staggeringly high. Each day thousands are orphaned as a result of conflict and war, sickness, disease and starvation....

Humanitarian Crisis in Syria

13 Jul 2020

An ongoing internal conflict that has torn a country apart, the Syrian uprising began as part of a wave of social upheaval throughout the Arab world demanding greater political freedom and an end to autocracy....

Global Water Well and Borehole Projects

17 Sep 2020

Every living organism requires water to live. This is how the Creator has created life in this world. According to the (Sphere Project, 2011), an initiative setup by the UN to promote quality and accountability in humanitarian activities, “Water...

Orphan Sponsorship in Jordan

28 May 2020

Jordan has always been home to a large number of refugees, initially these were mainly Palestinian refugees but ever since the Syrian uprising Jordan has become one of the greatest hosts of Syrian refugees in the middle east. Many of these refugee...


28 May 2020

After nine years of the Syrian crisis, countless refugees and internally displaced Syrians are struggling to survive. Millions have taken refuge in neighbouring countries and for those displaced or living in towns and cities, many cannot meet their...

Kashmir Needs You

28 May 2020

Kashmir is the beautiful, contested region at the heart of 70-year-old dispute. Beginning August 2019, things have taken a turn for the worse with curfews and security checkpoints limiting movement and placing added difficulties on average Kashmiris....

Darrunisa Girls Training Institute

09 May 2020

The Al-Imdaad Foundation’s office in Kenya started Darunnisaa as an empowerment training centre to provide education and skills to post primary students who cannot afford to attend high school. The centre provides instruction in English, Arabic and...

Jordan Refugee Support

08 Jul 2020

Jordan has always been home to a large number of refugees, initially these were mainly Palestinian refugees but ever since the Syrian crisis Jordan has become host to one of the largest numbers of Syrian refugees in the Middle East after Turkey and...


28 May 2020

The blockade over the Gaza Strip has been in place since 2007, and has devastated key sectors in the territory. The blockade has resulted in 90% of the people in the Gaza Strip living beneath the poverty line and depending on humanitarian aid for their...

Gaza Water Filtration Plants

03 Sep 2020

After the most recent series of Israeli attacks the already scarce water resources in Gaza were even further limited due to the destruction to water and electrical infrastructure. Gaza’s only aquifer, the coastal aquifer has fallen to almost 15 metres...

Halima Sa'diyya Orphanage for Syrian Refugees

06 May 2020

The on-going Syrian crisis has caused havoc in Syrian social life, tearing apart families and leaving millions displaced or seeking refuge in neighbouring countries. Many of these are women and children who have lost husbands and fathers and been driven...

Al-Imdaad Foundation Kenya

06 May 2020

Kenya has been described as the hope of east Africa and has become a regional hub that promises growing development opportunities. However, poverty in Kenya is still a major issue with almost half the country living below the poverty line. In arid...

Al-Imdaad Foundation Projects in the Balkans

13 May 2020

The brutal history of communism in Albania left a scarred population and a struggling economy with the highest rates of unemployment in Europe. Almost one in 3 Albanians lives in poverty especially in rural areas and up to 5% struggle to meet daily...

Rebuild Gaza Campaign

13 May 2020

The Gaza Strip is one of the most densely populated places in the world with a total area of just 365 km2 where over 1.8 million people live. Palestinians are still suffering from devastating economic and social conditions brought about by waves of...

DRC Health Centre

10 Sep 2020

The Al-Imdaad Foundation officially opened a health centre in the Democratic Republic of Congo on March 18, 2010. The facility is based in Bukavu, capital of the South Kivu province, where political violence since the early 1990s continues unabated. The...

SA Borehole Shares

22 Jan 2021

In this time of crisis and uncertainty we all need the benefits of Sadaqah and charitable giving which have been reported in the Hadith traditions as protection from calamity, healing the sick and safety from a bad demise. That is why we are giving...

Masjid Sanitisation Project

12 Jun 2020

Masjid Sanitisation Project With the welcome opening of Mosques and prayer facilities to limited numbers under lockdown level three, it is essential that all steps are taken to ensure the safety of the community. The Al-Imdaad Foundation is therefore...

Vision-4-Life eye-care programme

09 May 2020


Al-Imdaad Foundation’s Vision-4-Life eye care clinic is located in the Sherwood area of Durban. The clinic performs screenings of patients from disadvantaged schools, old age homes and other areas where effective treatment...


10 May 2020

The winter is coming this year at a time when many families are more vulnerable than they have been in decades. South Africans are struggling to put food on the table, having...

South African Water Projects

03 Sep 2020

Since inception, the Al-Imdaad Foundation has always made water projects a regular part of its activities in South Africa. With the extended drought from 2015 onwards these projects were increased to help address communities facing critical water shortages....

Local Emergency Relief

06 May 2020

Al-Imdaad Foundation teams operating from various local provincial branches regularly respond to small scale incidents that affect vulnerable communities. Oftentimes it is those who are already the worst off in terms of their economic standing that...


10 May 2020

As the cost of living soars and medical care becomes almost unaffordable, the queues at state hospitals lengthen considerably. For many who endure the long wait for essential medical supplies, hunger is a constant companion. A vast majority travel...

Social Welfare programme

06 May 2020

There many people who fall through the cracks in society and struggle to get by day to day due to illness, disability, unemployment or social exclusion. While the ideal is always to empower communities and individuals to be self-sufficient, the Al-Imdaad...

Organic Community Gardens

31 Aug 2020

Rural areas in developing countries like South Africa are generally characterised by an inadequate satisfaction of basic needs which lies at the core of poverty. Basic needs are those human requirements that are necessary to make human survival and...

Make Breakfast Possible

10 May 2020

As it is often said, a healthy body is a healthy mind and a hungry stomach does not bode well for the absorption of information. Hungry learners often struggle to concentrate in class and visit the school nurse daily with head and stomach aches. Due...

Operation Sukuma Sakhe

28 Apr 2020

Operation Sukuma Sakhe began as the poverty eradication wing of the KZN government first spearheaded by former premier Dr Zweli Mkhize. It aims to make meaningful household interventions on poverty possible and to address the needs of the most vulnerable...

Back-2-School Campaign

09 May 2020

The beginning of the new school year is a time of mixed emotions. For some students it is a time of excitement for others it is a time of embarrassment and dread. Students who cannot afford stationery or school bags often feel very shy about their...

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