YOUR DONATION BENEFITS
THE LIVES OF THOUSANDS
OF WOMEN IN DESPAIR
Our projects are focused at 5 main regions around the world.
UK,Egypt, Syria, Palestaine and Somalia.
Heres the stats
The were 3.9 Million children living in poverty between 2018-2019.
1.6 Million pensioners in the UK live in poverty
In the UK there are a total of 84,900 ouseholds (which may contain more than one person) that are classified as HOMELESS.
In London alone 4,677 people were seen sleeping rough in London in 2019.
The were 7.3 Million Syrian children are in desperate need of assistance.
More than 80% of Syrians living below poverty line.
13.5 Million people were in need of humanitarian aid.
6.8 Million people are displaced internally having fled their homes, and over 5 Million fleeing to other countries.
More than One Million street children in Alexandria and Cairo alone.
The are 15.6 Million or 52.2% children are living in poverty, with 9.8 million or 28.8% living in Extreme Poverty.
Overall, 22 Million Egyptians live in Extreme Poverty.
26.1% illiteracy rate in Egypt.
25% unemployment rate in Egypt.
60% of the population in the West Bank and Gaza live under the povertyline of 1.50£ per day.
About 43% of Gaza’s 1.8 Million residents are unemployed; the figure is said to be the Highst in the World.
More than 20 thousand orphans live inside Gaza alone.
THE HNGER CYCLE
There are many ways hunger can trap people in
a cycle of poverty and need. Here is how it can
burden someone for a lifetime, and pass on to
the next generation.
Poor nutrition stunts physical and mental development.
Chronic health problems keep kids out of school.
A lack of education limits the ability to work.
Poor health during pregnancy leads to an undernourished child - starting the the cycle
When politics is dominating the headlines, human cost of conflicts and emergencies is often overlooked. Our “Where most needed” fund delivers vital relief and ongoing support to the suffering communities behind the headline. When you donate this Ramadan make your donation go further and donate to “where most needed” to ensure Blesses can reach those who are suffering most and remain committed to helping them over the long-term.
Nearly %73 of Somalia’s population live on less than £1.50 per day
and over %80 have inadequate health, education, standard of living.
Adult literacy in Somalia is only %37.8, which is one of the worst in the
80% of school-aged children in somalia are not in schools.
Water & Food Shortages
More than 250 thousand died in 2011 due to the famine in Somalia.