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Al-Khair Foundation (AKF) has hailed the success of a major conference on international development and humanitarian aid. The Foundation was the main sponsor of the BOND 2018 conference in London which attracted more than 1,000 professionals and key members of charitable and agency sector over the two-day session. The conference, held at the QEII Centre,....Read More
We have launched an emergency appeal to help 400,000 civilians trapped at the heart of an unforgiving war. The humanitarian catastrophe in Syria’s Ghouta has claimed over 700 lives so far – observers fear thousands more, including women and children, are at risk as bombardments rain down on the area. At Al-Khair Foundation we are....Read More
Al-Khair Foundation is proud to support the psychological and social wellbeing of 4,000 Palestinian refugee students and aid workers in Gaza. Our commitment to supporting the most vulnerable Palestinian students, was recently praised by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNWRA). “Al-Khair Foundation continues to contribute to....Read More
On the 12th of November, a large 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the border regions between Iran and Iraq. The earthquake has been described as the largest one of 2017 – striking in a populated region where over 1.8 million people live. Tremors were felt as far as Kuwait, Turkey and Palestine. So far it is....Read More
The World’s Least Wanted The United Nation’s top human rights official has described the atrocities perpetrated against the Rohingya people as “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing”. There have been at least 400 confirmed deaths – with higher estimates ranging up to 3,000. At least 606,000 people have fled Myanmar in search of refuge –....Read More
Stand up against genocide. Save the Rohingya. The treatment of the Rohingya has been described as “textbook ethnic cleansing” by top UN officials – with the death toll mounting and people fleeing their homes, as whole villages have been burnt down. In the face of dire persecution spanning decades, nearly 1 million Rohingya have fled....Read More