ONE IN EVERY SEVEN IRAQI IS AN ORPHAN" LFT Donors PLEASE DONATE Generously towards the Orphan Project - GBP 30.00 per month will feed then, cloth them and educate them
LFT has now placed mandatory condition on widows that compulsory school attendance for all orphans. They have to provide examinations results at the end each semester, In order to have an educated generation and prevent child labour.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) said:
“There in paradise is a house is called "House of Joy" no one enters it, except who makes the Faithfuls's orphans are happy”
As Iraqis continue to die, increasing numbers of children are orphaned and must live in institutions. Iraqi officials and orphanage staff struggle to care for Iraq's orphaned children in state facilities that are under-resourced and understaffed updated as of March 2013. The brutal realty is one in every seven Iraqis is an orphan. That is the toll Iraqi children are paying, the invasion has caused untold miseries for Iraqis, exceeding those inflicted on them by their former oppressors, the group that ruled Iraq under Saddam Hussein. The fact is that Iraq has turned into a country of orphans. But the exact figure only became a reality recently, when the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs made public its own statistics. “A report from the United Nations said that there was "around 870,000 children orphaned by the death of one or both parents in Iraq."Click here to read full article
Allah granted a new life to Sister Zainab Qassem through heart surgery. Please, help her husband pay the cost.
Zainab Qassem is 28 years old and lives in a village in the vicinity of the Iraqi city of Samawah. Her husband mixes and sells the special mud used in the construction of rural homes. His earnings are around 250,000 IrqD per month, barely enough to feed his family. Zainab has two sons, 7-year-old Hussein and 4-year-old Tayyeb.
24-year-old Maryam Abdul Ameer asks for your help: "Please, help me to walk again!"
24-year-old Maryam Abdul Ameer has been sick for most of her life. Like so many Iraqis, the young woman suffers from insulin-dependent diabetes.
Maryam is the first child of her family. She has four much younger siblings. Two of them attend primary school, while the other two are not yet of school age.
Maryam’s father is jobless and the family subsists on assistance from charitable institutions and the help of relatives.
Dear LFT Donors: Help us raise GBP 13,000 ($20,000) to help Ameer walk.
10-year-old Ameer lives with his parents and four siblings in Sadr City, a poor suburb of Baghdad. His father Hadi Wadha is a professional soldier in the army. Like so many Iraqi children who were born after the American intervention that resulted in the removal of Saddam Hussein from power, Ameer was born with deformities. Both his legs and one of his hands are severely deformed.
- With only 25.00 GBP per month, make an Iraqi orphan feel safe and cared-for. PHASE I - 415 Orphans of Kerbalaa
- Solar lighting project
- Eid al-Fitr Appeal Ease the burden of poverty and preserve the endangered environment of Iraq: Provision of solar cookers to 7000 poor rural families
- Remembering the legacy of Bibi Sakina LFT's water supply project. Kerbala, Iraq