The Lady Fatemah Charitable Trust - Appeals
URGENT APPEAL THOUSANDS WILL STARVE AS REGIONAL CRISIS ESCLATES LFT Donors There is daily cry from Syrian Refugees
“We are hungry, we have no food please help us”
“The United Nations says an estimated 6.8 million people continue to need humanitarian assistance in Syria, which has been experiencing deadly unrest since March 2011”.
According to the United Nations, more than 100,000 people have been killed and a total of 7.8 million of others displaced from their homes due to the violence. Many of these individuals are now refugees in Lebanon. This has overwhelmed not only the Lebanese authorities but also the local and international aid agencies struggling to manage the logistical dilemma.
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“Ignorance is dangerous but knowledge without responsibility is more dangerous”
MICT is seeking support for the case of twenty bright young students who belong to the Baltistan region of Pakistan’s northern Gilgit-Baltistan province. Each of these students have completed their college education with most of them having attained grades between 70 to 85 per cent. Coming from a rural background, these students offer the promise of entering professional colleges to attain higher education and eventually become top rate professionals in life.
Twelfth Appeal under Salima Memorial Medical Education Project
Sister Hanan Kaed Balhas from South Lebanon wishing to complete TS Nursing
Hanan and her husband have agreed on the need of additional financial and existential support for their emerging family. Hanan, as a young new mother, has opted for vocational nursing because, in her own opinion, it will help her to take a better care for her family and by preserving a better family health, their quality of life will be improved and their expenses will diminish. And thus, her family will participate in building a healthier and happier society. Consequently, her sword to kill poverty will be inchallah by the will of God, her nursing degree.
Iraq's widows of war
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The invasion of Iraq in March 2003 and the eventual capture and execution of President Saddam left the country in turmoil with wide spread violence against the coalition forces and among various sectarian groups and the strife between many secretariat groups Iraqi groups.
As Iraq emerges from nearly nine years of what majority here think of as an occupation by U.S. forces, and the decades of Saddam's reign before, it faces an uphill battle to help the poor, the wounded, the widowed and others scarred by war.
The Red Cross stated in March 2008 that Iraq's humanitarian situation remained among the most critical in the world with 35% of Iraqi children, or about five million children have been left as orphans.
An estimated 2 million women are primary breadwinners in Iraq. They all struggle with the realities of their new lives, raising their children alone with no family support and very little or in some case no financial help.
Dear LFT donors: Please donate generously and help widows to raise their children in these difficult situations.
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