Al-Khair Foundation were delighted to partner with Cambridge University’s International Development (CUiD) society for the launch of their winter ‘Vision’ magazine – which includes Al Khair’s work.
The Monday discussion focused on global health partnerships and how they’re vital to effective global aid implementations.
Speaking at the event, Amaan Qureshi, Executive Assistant to the CEO, discussed Al-Khair’s vast portfolio of health programmes and partnerships across the world: “From aiding Rohingya and Syrian refugees, to our on-going Gaza Hospital project which will see 620,000 people gain access to healthcare in Khan Younis, Al-Khair is committed to easing the burden of the world’s most needy.
“Our Support of Syria’s Raqqa Hospital sees us treat approximately 10,000 people a month in a city debilitated by war – whilst our disability support initiatives and livelihoods programmes help thousands of vulnerable people annually across the world, from Africa to Southeast Asia.
“Through partnerships and effective collaboration, we are able to widen our sectors mutual reach and help ensure those who are most in need, get the help and support to fulfil their potential.”
Cambridge University’s winter International Development magazine featuring Al-Khair Foundation can be viewed online here.