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We Continue to Aid Gaza

The intense bombardment now stopped!  However, the increasing number of deaths recorded, and the high number of injured, the situation in Gaza has become intolerable! In the last 45 days, Baitulmaal USA delivered over $200,000 in humanitarian aid to the civilians seeking refuge in schools and shelters. read more..

Gaza – A Long Path To Recovery

Hajja Fatima, a 69 year old woman seeking refuge in a UNRWA shelter in Gaza was eager to express her gratitude to the people who provided her and the entire shelter refugees with emergency relief supplies during the second week of the conflict in Gaza. Fatima called at our representative in Gaza, Br. read more..

Nepal Earthquake Appeal

As aid organizations worldwide have mobilized to help, Baitulmaal joined other partner organizations, launched and implemented a rapid response plan to ensure food, water, shelter, and medical aid reaches those affected. Today, Baitulmaal aid teams and partners are on the ground, assessing further read more..

Monthly Flour Shipment Inside Syria

Even bread is scarce! The Syrian humanitarian disaster looms as the internal refugees face shortages of bread. What are we doing? With the support of Baitulmaal donors, we send a shipment of 25 tons of flour inside Syria every month.  The flour is then used to make bread, and the bread is then read more..

Syrian Family Sponsorship

Baitulmaal Family Sponsorship program pairs up a Syrian family residing in Jordan (mainly widows and children) with a donor from the United States, or other countries.  The donor commits to making monthly payments to provide these families with basic living needs such as food, water, rent, utilities, read more..

Water Crisis in Gaza Strip

Published 01/24/2014 A humanitarian catastrophe emerges as the Gaza territory's only aquifier fails.  The Gaza Strip is heading towards a water crisis that will make it unliveable in just a few years. The territory's only aquifier is contaminated with chemicals and sea water.  Baitulmaal's read more..

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