The Lady Fatemah Charitable Trust - Appeals
Poultry Micro Finance Project
KIBOWA ORPHANAGE Centre ARUSHA, TANZANIA
GB£ 760.00 will turn this project self-supporting
KIBOWA (Kituo Bora cha Watoto) is a small upcoming orphanage, which at present is caring for 45 children. These children come from around Arusha. Mrs Amina and Mrs Mchome, own the orphanage centre and their dedication towards the welfare of the children has been par excel lance.
Total number of Orphans: 48. This is made up of 27 girls and 21 boys. All are aged between 4 to 19 years. 9 Orphans attend High School whereas 31 attend Primary and the Balance 8 attends Nursery school.
500 Syrian Refugee Families Ask for Your Help to Establish a Semblance of Home
LFT Donors Please donate generously
Thousands of Syrian families have fled the fighting in their country and sought refuge in Lebanon. About 500 Syrian families have arrived in 20 villages in the vicinity of the southern Lebanese city of Nabatiyeh. On average, each family has six members and most families comprise three generations: Grandparents, parents and children.
Sixteenth Appeal under Salima Memorial Medical Education Project - Sister Fatima Hussein SALEH from South Lebanon wishing to complete TS Nursing
LFT Donors USD 2.95/GB£ 1.85 per day will make her dream come true
Fatima is 19 years nursing student who has successfully finished her 3 years BT nursing vocational school program at Imam Sadr Foundation in South Lebanon. She’s now registered on the 1st year TS program and is so ambitious to complete her studies in order to work at “Jabal Amel” hospital in Tyr. The only obstacle to her ambitions is the socio-economic status of her family. In fact, her father is a chronic patient needing drugs – a malformation developed in his back inhibiting him to perform well his job (he works in a laundry). Now, Fatima’s family has been displaced from her village and they have to search for a shelter like refugees. Fatimah will quit the Nursing School if she does not find financial support but she has great hope in God’s will and destiny to empower her to save her family and to express her gratitude in serving the creatures of God as much as she can
49th Microfinance Appeal for Canteen Shop - Fast Foods with Cold Drinks for Brother Ghulam Muhammad
Expanding opportunities for people living in poverty
Donate a Little Change a Lot
Family Background & Financial Condition:-
Muhammad Nadeem is a resident of the Dhok Sayidaan low income neighborhood of Rawalpindi city. He is 53 years old and works as an office helper in a private school. His monthly salary is PKR 3,300.00 along with some house allowances. Muhammad Nadeem has three children who are all dependent on their father’s income, to continue their school education. Given the limited income of this family, two of Muhammad Nadeem’s sons were forced to leave school and began working at a tailor’s shop.
- Appeal – 225 Orphans from Al Kut, Iraq and widows of war
- Tanzania Appeals. LFT assists 22 more Amputee cases in Tanzania bring total number of Amputees to 201
- 602 eager students appeal to you to provide clean, cool drinking water to them
- 48th Microfinance Appeal for Electric Accessories Shop for Brother Muhammad Wassem