Quick Donate

£

Syria Is Hurting

The Syrian conflict has taken an unimaginable toll on its people. 10 years on, more than 400,000 lives lost, and millions more have been displaced from their homes. The war has left over 80,000 people amputated and needing prosthetic limbs. Throughout Syria, unexploded mines remain hidden beneath the ground. When these mines go off, they cause catastrophic damage, cutting so deep into the body that limbs must be amputated. Give hope to Syria.     


The war in Syria has been raging relentlessly for 10 years and has claimed the lives of over 400,000 people. There are over 6 million people currently displaced inside Syria. With a broken health system, a collapsed economy and demolished infrastructure winter in Syria is often described as a living hell.

Throughout Syria, unexploded mines remain hidden beneath the ground. When these mines go off, they cause catastrophic damage, cutting so deep into the body that limbs must be amputated. Like 11 year old Ahmed , who whilst in Syria, was playing with his friends. He saw something metallic buried in the ground and like any curious child, he went to explore. He pressed on it with his foot, and the sudden explosion caused horrific trauma to his legs and face. Ahmed lost both eyes, and one of his legs below the knee.

£167 Give to our Prosthetic Limb Fund, to provide limb to maimed Syrians.

£360 Provides Major Eye Surgery for Syrian patients with serious eye injuries and complications.

£500 Provides half a ½ Share of Complete Prosthetic Limb.

£1000 Provides a complete prosthetic limb.

£5000 Provides 5 complete prosthetic limbs.

£11300 Sponsors Hope Step Hospital in Syria treating more than 30 patients.

Syria is hurting, but your support could provide prosthetic limbs and major eye surgery to children and adults inside Syria and in to Syrian refugees in Turkey.

Thanks to your donations, both Ahmed and his sister, and many more like them, will be receiving a prosthetic leg, giving them improved mobility and a sense of their own independence. Ahmed has aspirations for a brighter future. He wants to be a teacher so he can help other blind children, Insha’Allah. Since the inception of this project, thousands of people have received a prosthetic limb, giving them back a measure of dignity and their self-sufficiency. The support being provided to the victims of the Syrian conflict is more than just a medical intervention. It gives hope. It is an answer to the prayers of parents. In the last remaining days of Ramadan, give hope and answer a prayer. Please Donate now.

© Copyright 2021. Muslim Aid,

Tel: 020 7377 4200

Charity CIO No. 1176462

Site by i3MEDIA