Build A Future
Providing free and quality education to children reflects the fact that every child is entitled to fundamental human rights
Somalian refugees in the Dadaab camp Kenya
Food was distributed to the Somalian refugees in the Dadaab camp Kenya. Dadaab refugee camp consists of five camps, three (Ifo, Dagahale, and Hagdera) were started in 1992.
The three camps that make up Dadaab –Dagahaley, Ifo and Hagadera- were originally designed to house 90,000 people following the civil war in Somalia in 1992. Today around 460,000 displaced people live here. Dadaab has become the largest refugee complex in the world, and is still growing.
Gaza Orphans 1-2-1 Sponsorship Programme
Many children have left education in order to earn a living to feed their parents and siblings; in fact, one in every two working children has had to give up their education in order to provide financial support for their family.
Khpal Kor 1-2-1 Orphan Sponsorship
Feed the Poor has partnered with the Khpal Kor foundation and aids children affected by years of conflict in Swat. Muhammad Ali of the Khpal Kor Foundation, “Presently we have over 200 plus orphan boys who have lost their parents during the conflict and need special care and support, children in this region have witnessed severe trauma, even brutal deaths of their parents.”