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Muslim Charities and aid groups around the world have launched emergency appeals to help the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti.

Some of the charities include:

 

Muslim Hands

MH is on the ground delivering vitally needed food and water in Port au Prince.

Click here to donate

 

Human Appeal International

Human Appeal has launched an emergency appeal and has allocated an initial £100,000 to help provide vital emergency supplies.

Click here to donate

 

Muslim Aid

Muslim Aid has already allocated £75,000 to Haiti and has launched a campaign for £250,000 for its people.

Click here to donate

 

Human Relief Foundation

Human Relief Foundation (HRF) has launched an emergency appeal seeking a total of £250,000 to deliver assistance to families affected by the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti.

Click here to donate

 

Islamic Relief in conjunction with the UK Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC)

In the UK an umbrella organisation of 13 aid groups – including Oxfam, Save the Children, Islamic Relief and others - has launched a special appeal for Haiti.

Click here to donate to the DEC fund for Haiti.


Islamic Relief US

America’s largest Muslim relief organization, announced a $1 million shipment of aid to those impacted by earthquake in Haiti. Click here for further information



Bahrain: The government has donated $1 million to relief efforts. Read more

Jordan: A Jordanian air force plane carrying a military field hospital and 6 tons of food and supplies left Amman on January 14. A second plane carrying Jordanian medics left the following day.

Iran: Iran's Red Crescent society sent 30 tons of humanitarian aid, including food, tents and medicine, on January 16. Read more

Kuwait: Kuwait donated $1 million to relief efforts; the Red Crescent is preparing 100 tons of food, medical supplies, tents and blankets to fly to Haiti. Read more

Lebanon: Lebanon is loading a plane with 25 tons of tents and 3 tons of medical supplies; it leaves tomorrow.

Morocco: Two planes carrying 24 tons of aid left the city of Kenitra on January 16. The Moroccan government has pledged $1 million in aid to Haiti. Read more

Qatar: A Qatari C-17 aircraft loaded with 50 tons of aid left for Port-au-Prince on January 14. The Qatari government also sent a rescue team to set up a field hospital; the Red Crescent will sent another $100,000. Read more

Turkey: Three cargo planes -- carrying search-and-rescue teams, a mobile hospital and aid materials -- left for Haiti on January 16. Another two planes left yesterday. Turkey has also donated $1 million in cash.

United Arab Emirates: The UAE sent two planes loaded with tents, and a team from the UAE's Red Crescent will arrive in the Dominican Republic tomorrow to buy $500,000 worth of supplies and truck them to Haiti. Another 50 tons of emergency supplies will be air-lifted from Abu Dhabi tomorrow. Read more

 

Indonesia:  Indonesia is sending relief supplies worth 20 billion rupiah (US$2.1 million) for the victims of devastating earthquake in Haiti. Read more

 

Malaysia: UNICEF Malaysia launches campaign to aid Haiti quake victims.  Read more

 

Islamic Society of North America: set up a fund for Haiti. Read more