The recent conflict in Myanmar has created a severe and worsening humanitarian crisis. Over half a million men, women and children are in desperate need of shelter, food and water.
As a leading Muslim charity from the UK registered to work in Myanmar, Muslim Aid is on the ground providing emergency support and assistance in the form of food and essential items to thousands of people who have been displaced by conflict. But we urgently need your help to reach more people in need.
More than 200,000 people have been displaced by the conflict. This is in addition to more than 460,000 who have been affected by the recent monsoons.
Muslim Aid is at the forefront of tackling poverty and providing assistance to thousands of people across the country. Muslim Aid’s vital emergency assistance and long-term development projects reach thousands of people in desperate need throughout Myanmar each year.
Muslim Aid on the ground:
The people of Myanmar desperately need your help!
Our field office is working at its full capacity to reach those in need but we cannot continue our work without you.
Since the horrendous attacks that occurred in 2012, Muslim Aid has been working tirelessly to establish itself within Myanmar, making it one of the few Muslim NGOs working on the ground. In this interview, CEO Hamid Azad speaks about his experiences there and the work that has been carried out by Muslim Aid staff.