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Account Name: Africa Muslims Agency
Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Number: 000445312
Branch: Braamfontein
Branch Code: 004805
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ

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Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Number: 002511134
Branch Code: 005205
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ

 

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BANKING DETAILS

SADAQAH, LILLAH, ZAKAAT

Account Name: Africa Muslims Agency
Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Number: 000445312
Branch: Braamfontein
Branch Code: 004805
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ

PROJECTS (eg Waterwell, Masjid, etc)

Account Name: AMA Projects Account
Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Number: 002511134
Branch Code: 005205
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ

 

HEAL

Lebanon

COUNTRY

Lebanon

BACKGROUND

Following the Beirut Blasts in August 2020, Lebanon’s already struggling economy began to collapse, with rising inflation and unemployment rates pushing fuel and food prices skyward. With the onset of Covid-19 and global economic upheaval, Lebanon was unable to stabilise, facing frequent riots and unrest as unemployment rates rise and poverty grips much of the population.

Palestinian and Syrian refugees have flooded Lebanon’s borders for several years, and the country is unable to support the additional needs for food, shelter and education.  Refugees are not allowed to work in Lebanon, which leaves them in an impossible situation with no means of improving their lives or being able to move to another country with possible opportunities.

Education Crisis:

The public school system in Lebanon was not equipped to handle the influx of refugees into the country in recent years. There are more than 660,000 school-age Syrian refugees in Lebanon. More than half of these children are out of school. Refugee children are often out of school because of extreme poverty, inability to afford transport costs, lack of

remedial classes, bullying and discrimination.

Housing Crisis

Many refugees live in tents in camps, some of which are termed “unmanaged” camps.  Refugees have to pay rent to landlords, despite the fact that they earn little or nothing.  This leads to many children working for landlords, or families starving as their margre incomes go toward rent.

The tents in which they live provide inadequate protection from the elements, especially during winter when children freeze to death overnight.  Fires are lit to try to survive, but these fires are made from anything that burns since fuel in unavailable, leading to toxic smoke which creates health problems for young and old alike.

Electricity Crisis:

As the economy of Lebanon faces more and strain, the country battles drastic power supply issues.  In 2021, Lebanon literally went dark, as the power supply was cut off, resulting in tragic consequences for many. The lack of electricity has left hospitals unable to operate, leading to a tragic loss of life.

How you can help

DIGNITY TENT

Provide shelter to destitute familes

R28 800

DONATE FULL OR ANY AMOUNT

WINTER RESCUE

Help refugees survive this Winter

R3 500

DONATE FULL OR ANY AMOUNT

AMAN SCHOOL

Grant a child a quality education

R16 000

ZAKAAT ACCEPTABLE

ORPHAN HOPE

Look after an Orphan for a year

R15 000

ZAKAAT ACCEPTABLE

BREAD OF HOPE

Provide daily bread to the most needy communities

R3 500

DONATE FULL OR ANY AMOUNT

BASAMAT

Provide support to children & their mothers

R8 000

DONATE FULL OR ANY AMOUNT

DONATE NOW

Solar panels for hospitals to run

Any Amount

DONATE FULL OR ANY AMOUNT

The Impact of your donations

“Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.”

Tirmidhi

Did you Know

How many refugees are in Lebanon?

There are more than 1.7 million refugees in Lebanon. Most struggle to make ends meet. Lebanon has the largest per capita population of refugees in the world. As of 2020, the Lebanese government estimates their country hosts 1.5 million Syrian refugees.

Why there is no electricity in Lebanon?

What sparked the latest blackouts? Lebanon’s Central Bank has subsidized imports of fuel for both the state electricity company and diesel traders providing to private generators – but that drained its foreign exchange reserves to below its mandatory minimum. As the money ran out, so did the fuel.

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