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Lebanon Winter Appeal

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The Al-Ihsan Foundation team travelled to Lebanon to help keep the refugees warm in the harsh winter season. Al-Ihsan Foundation provided clothing to 1080 children to keep them warm in the cold climate.
The winter outfits consist of 5 pieces:
• Warm winter pyjama pants
• Warm winter pyjama jumper
• Warm winter tracksuit pants
• Warm winter tracksuit jumper (with hoody)
• Thick winter jacket (with hoody).
Al-Ihsan Foundation also provided medical needs to Imad and Ma’moon such as gauze swabs, sterile bags, Foley catheters, sodium chloride,

Eye Project

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A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye which leads to a decrease in vision. Cataracts block light, making it difficult to see clearly. Over an extended period of time, cataracts can cause blindness. The cataract eye surgery project in Ethiopia was performed on 1263 people.

To donate towards the eye project, please visit our eye project donation page.

 

Lebanon Winter Appeal

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Lebanon Winter Appeal – Al-Ihsan Foundation provided bread and distributed them to 150 families for their emergency relief campaign. 11.3 tonnes of heating fuel was provided as well as 25000kg of wood for the fire to keep warm and 14000kg coal was provided for heating purposes. Warm clothing was also provided to 2000 orphans.

To donate towards our winter appeals, please donate to our winter appeal donation page.

 

Ethiopia Update

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Al-Ihsan Foundation traveled to Ethiopia in September 2018 to conduct and finalise its registration with the Ethiopian government. Once the registration is finalised, Al-Ihsan Foundation will be one of the first Australian organisation to be officially registered in Ethiopia and it’s first based African country the organisation will work from.  Ethiopia is one of the world’s poorest countries, with a population of more than 100 million people and with about 44 percent of its population living in poverty.

During its visit to Ethiopia, Al-Ihsan Foundation visited a refugee/displacement camp in Regional Ethiopia and provided Emergency Food aid and assistance to 900 families living in severe poverty.

Indonesian Tsunami Palu Visit

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The team from Al-Ihsan Foundation provided relief in the area of Palu along the coastline in Indonesia. The Coastal line showed to have more damage caused by the tsunami than the earthquake. However the more inland you travel you find more damage was caused by the earthquake.  There are streets of the main areas of the CBD that have been completely demolished by the earthquake, these buildings indicate the only way to resolve is to demolish the existing infrastructure and rebuild. Some neighborhoods have been so damaged by the earthquake that is now inaccessible due to the roads and surrounding area being either swallowed toppled upon. 

Ramadan Food Packs Bangledesh

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Al-Ihsan Foundation in partnership with Small Kindness in Bangladesh distributed over 1000 food packs to the poor Bangladesh people and the Rohingya refugees. We thank all the sponsors who donated towards this cause. If you would like to donate to our feed the needy campaigns.

If you would like to support the feed the needy campaigns, visit our feed the needy campaign donation page.

 

Ramadan Food Packs in Lebanon

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Al-Ihsan Foundation provided Ramadan Food Packs in Lebanon to the Lebanese, Palestinian’s and Syrian’s living in Lebanon. 1600 Packs were distributed to various places in Lebanon.

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Rohingya Refugee Shelter Update

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Rohingya Refugee Shelter – Al-Ihsan Foundation in partnership with Small Kindness in Bangladesh constructed a total of 514 shelters for the Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh in the Cox’s Bazar Area as part of our refugee shelter campaign.  We thank all those who donated towards this project.

To donate towards our shelter campaigns, please visit our shelter campaign donation page.

 

Al-Ghouta Feed the Needy Update

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Al-Ihsan Foundation provided the people inside Al-Ghouta 22,500 sandwiches over a 15 day period. We also provided those who fled Al-Ghouta with a month worth of food supplies. We thank all those who donated to this project. 

To donate towards our feed the needy campaigns, visit our feed the needy donation page.