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Being born into poverty reduces a child's access to healthcare and nutrition which are the fundamental foundations for a good start in life. Sound health should not be a privilege but a basic human right.
Our poverty reduction programs in the areas of Microfinance, Livelihood, Education, Child Sponsorship, Healthcare and Nutrition have helped hundreds and thousands of people to get back on their feet.
870 million people worldwide are chronically hungry and severely malnourished. Constant hunger weakens the immune system and makes the poor, especially women and children, more vulnerable to diseases and infections. The Silent Killers. We can help to prevent this. Our Feed the Fasting programme and emergency food relief serve the hungry, worldwide. In the UK, our Soup Kitchens serve warm, hearty meals to the homeless, providing comfort and community every fortnight.
4,000 people per day in developing countries die from contaminated and polluted water. This leads to deadly water-borne diseases such as cholera, acute diarrhea and typhoid. Our Water and Sanitation programmes can mean the difference between life and death. From drilling boreholes, constructing wells and installing hand pumps, Muslim Aid have been providing the poor with clean water for healthier and safer lives.
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