InsyaAllah akhy M.Maqsood Ahmed ( baju putih) Director of Community Walfare & Development dari Muslim Hands yg berpusat di London Inggris. Jannatul Firdaus akan bekerja sama dalam pendidikan khususnya bidang study bahasa inggris. Muslim Hands adalah organisasi sosial Islam yg membantu dan menyalurkan dana ke 50 negara islam yang sedang mengalami peperangan atau konflik. Bersama SMPI Plus Jannatul Firdaus dan Muslim Hands ingin meningkatkan kwalitas siswa dan guru dalam menimba ilmu. InsyaAllah,
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Whoever saves a life, it is as though he had saved all mankind (Quran, 5:32)
Established in 1993, Muslim Hands is an international aid agency and NGO working in over 50 countries worldwide to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty.
It was the crisis in Bosnia that prompted a community in Nottingham to send aid to those suffering in the conflict, which marked the formation of Muslim Hands.
Since then Muslim Hands has not only responded to countless more emergencies but established schools, healthcare clinics and livelihoods programmes around the world.
Find out more about Muslim Hands work history here: Our Story.
Read about Muslim Hands campaigns, schemes and emergency responses over the years here: Publications.
Beliefs and values
Dedicated to tackling the root causes of poverty around the world, Muslim Hands is passionate about eradicating the many inequalities around us and committed to the long term development of building a fairer, safer world.
Muslim Hands aims to provide an ethical service for the collection and distribution of funds in an effective, efficient, transparent and wholly accountable manner.
Muslim Hands work
From addressing short-term needs to tackling long term issues Muslim Hands works to alleviate poverty through a range of varied and important areas.
Read more about our work below.
We believe that education is a doorway out of poverty. Whether it’s building children’s schools in some of the most isolated communities, or providing literacy and job-skills training for adults.
Our education programmes help develop needy communities and empower people to break out of a cycle of destitution.
Read more about how we’re trying to provide accessible education to poor and needy children here: Education: An Essential Doorway Out of Poverty.
Where Muslim Hands works
Today, we work in over 50 of the world’s poorest countries, and have fundraising offices in London and Nottingham in the UK, as well as in France and South Africa.
With a network of specialised staff and permanent field offices around the globe, Muslim Hands works closely with individuals and communities to restore hope and help build futures.
Read more about Muslim Hands projects around the world: Where We Work.
We take your donations very seriously, and when you donate towards a particular cause or project, we make sure we have the teams and resources to direct your donation towards the people and communities who need it most.
Find out more about How Your Money is Spent.