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Islamic Relief USA

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Boy smiling with water spout
Benjamin Franklin famously said, “When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.” Those that live in the United States often do not think twice about the source of their water or whether it is safe to bathe in or drink. It is a luxury that billions of people worldwide do not know, an uncertainty that communities live with every day. Throughout the movement for clean water access is an acronym called WASH, which stands for “water, sanitation and hygiene services.” This concept is used widely by our charity partners and other government entities that focus on worldwide clean...

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  • Title: Refugees from Myanmar fled to Bangladesh
  • Charity: Islamic Relief USA
  • Country: Bangladesh
  • Photo Credit: IRUSA

Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh – 2018 – Refugees from Myanmar fled to Bangladesh after a violence erupted against them in Myanmar

  • Title: Providing access to clean water to ent
  • Charity: Islamic Relief USA
  • Country: Kenya
  • Photo Credit: IRUSA

Integrated project that allowed the whole community to have access to clean water and encourage the girls to attend the school

  • Title: Food and Faith
  • Charity: Islamic Relief USA
  • Photo Credit: IRUSA

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Meet Alina
Meet Alina, an orphan from Pakistan who is so much more than just that. When she was in first-grade, a generous donor from the US started sponsoring her. She received a monthly stipend that supported her throughout her education and childhood. Yet the sponsorship meant far more than just a monthly dollar amount: it symbolized opportunity, care, and hope. She is now 20 years old, and the same generous IRUSA donor still sponsors her. (Sponsorships can continue after the age of 18 if the orphan is enrolled in a school program). Alina is completing her third year of medical school to become a physical therapist. She speaks about her dream to become a doctor with such confidence, as if it has already happened. Alina joined IRUSA’s Pakistan Tour in October 2018 across nine US cities; her smile exuded pride and gratefulness. Her presence served as a powerful inspiration to all...