Together we make life better for the Ummah
Water is essential to life. One of the biggest dilemmas in third world countries is that the majority of their populations are deprived access to clean and affordable drinking water. After Every ninety seconds a kid dies because of water related diseases. Around 768 million people live without access to safe, clean water – so we are installing hand pumps and deep water wells in poor communities and delivering safe water solutions.
Women are a crucial part of solutions for overcoming poverty in world economy. Empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors is essential to build stronger economies, achieve internationally agreed goals for development and sustainability, and improve the quality of life for women, men, families and communities. Through this course we teach women to stitch and provide them a sewing machine. With these skills and machines they earn to feed their families.
Education is the foundation to all learning efforts and is the core and most indispensable factor in learning endeavours. Basic Education is the right of every child, which open up a world of opportunities for the child. Ummah Charity International is playing its part by providing the basic education to orphan and poor children. The areas we are focusing are the one where the literacy rate is very low.
In developing countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Somalia, India, Sri Lanka and Palestine, the pressures of poverty, is one of the major problems which many families are experiencing every day. They are left in a situation in which they are living without choices and struggling for survival continuously. Most of the poor families are impoverished and become victims of hunger, homelessness and disease.
Ummah Charity International’s Hafiz-e-Qur’an Sponsorship enables vulnerable children to get a good education as well as memorize the Holy Qur’an during the 3-year sponsorship. Most of these vulnerable children and their carer’s are unable to support the expenses of education, Qur’an memorisation and other life necessities due to extreme levels of poverty.
An orphan is defined as a child who has lost his father or both of his parents. In Arabic, an orphan is called a ‘Yateem’.
Of the many members of society, orphans are among the most vulnerable. This is particularly true in countries where there is little social support and where services are largely inadequate.
The noble values which Islam has laid out can be summarily understood by looking at the importance the religion has given to looking after orphans.
While Pakistan has deserts where people face scorching heat, it also has places where winters could be as harsh as Siberia’s. UCI always reaches to the people braving severe cold weather to keep them warm.
We distribute emergency items to the people like warm clothing so that they may survive the vagaries of weather. We dispatch our teams in Pakistan to help the people up in the snow-capped mountainous regions, especially during natural calamities.
You can be part of this year’s winter relief operations.