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Bangladesh Floods food distribution July 19

Mufti Aziz ul Haque and his helpers distribute food stuffs by boat. Mufti Aziz ul Haque, of the Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) Orphanage in Sunamganj is the head of Caravan of Mercy operations in Bangladesh.

Floods in Bangladesh


Caravan of Mercy have been performing humanitarian work in the area of Sunamganj, Bangladesh for some time now. Recently the location has suffered from flooding, gutting the homes of hundreds of poor families. The flooding has also reduced food supplies for them as well as their livestock.

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Bangladesh Floods food distribution July 18

Mufti Aziz ul Haque and his helpers distribute food stuffs by boat. Mufti Aziz ul Haque, of the Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) Orphanage in Sunamganj is the head of Caravan of Mercy operations in Bangladesh.

Floods in Bangladesh


Caravan of Mercy have been performing humanitarian work in the area of Sunamganj, Bangladesh for some time now. Recently the location has suffered from flooding, gutting the homes of hundreds of poor families. The flooding has also reduced food supplies for them as well as their livestock.

We are unable to cover your online card payment (Credit or Debit card) processing fees. This must be paid by you the donor and can be viewed at the checkout page. The checkout page also gives you the option of making a bank transfer (which does not incur any charges). Please note: card processing companies charge for payments not the charity.

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Liberia Murkaz Masjid construction 17th July

Mufti Aziz ul Haque and his helpers distribute food stuffs by boat. Mufti Aziz ul Haque, of the Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) Orphanage in Sunamganj is the head of Caravan of Mercy operations in Bangladesh.

Liberia Murqaz Mosque construction appeal


“Whoever builds a mosque for Allah, then Allah will build for him a house like it in Paradise.” [Bukhari, Muslim]
Caravan of Mercy has been asked to help rebuild a burnt down mosque in Monrovia. Molana Ebrahim has visited the capital and inspected the site and on behalf of the charity has pledged to initially donate £100,000 to complete the first of three phases.
Please donate as much as you can for the completion of this project. The 1st floor is almost complete, £130,000 is still needed to build the 2nd floor.

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In September 2017, patrons of the Bilal Murqaz Masjid mosque in Liberia, were looking at the charred remains of their local place of worship which was victim to an electrical fault.
Three people suffered severe burns on Monday 4th September 2017 when the Mosque was gutted by fire in the Day-Break-Mouth-Open Community on the Barnersville Road, in the suburbs of Monrovia. The electricity supplier was thought to be at fault.

“This is what Allah destined, and therefore, it must come to pass,” the mosque Imam said.

The Mosque hosted a non-profit learning centre said to have impacted the lives of the Muslim Community, specifically in education. The mosque was also a boarding school for children.
The Imam praised Allah as some of the students were still on holiday and were expected to return for classes on the day the fire occurred, adding, “We have 78 to 90 students attending the school.”

He called on the Muslim community, particularly members of the council, to rebuild the mosque so that the students can continue their academic calendar.
The school was founded in 2012, and has since that time been known to have benefited hundreds of school-going children in the community and outlining regions.
Because Caravan of Mercy have been distributing food to nearby areas in Monrovia since 2015, concerned mosque members approached the charity for financial assistance in rebuilding the mosque. We are now requesting your financial help.

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Bangladesh Floods food distribution July 17

Mufti Aziz ul Haque and his helpers distribute food stuffs by boat. Mufti Aziz ul Haque, of the Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) Orphanage in Sunamganj is the head of Caravan of Mercy operations in Bangladesh.

Floods in Bangladesh


Caravan of Mercy have been performing humanitarian work in the area of Sunamganj, Bangladesh for some time now. Recently the location has suffered from flooding, gutting the homes of hundreds of poor families. The flooding has also reduced food supplies for them as well as their livestock.

We are unable to cover your online card payment (Credit or Debit card) processing fees. This must be paid by you the donor and can be viewed at the checkout page. The checkout page also gives you the option of making a bank transfer (which does not incur any charges). Please note: card processing companies charge for payments not the charity.

Please see below for additional project information.
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Bangladesh Floods food distribution July 15

Mufti Aziz ul Haque and his helpers distribute food stuffs by boat. Mufti Aziz ul Haque, of the Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) Orphanage in Sunamganj is the head of Caravan of Mercy operations in Bangladesh.

Floods in Bangladesh


Caravan of Mercy have been performing humanitarian work in the area of Sunamganj, Bangladesh for some time now. Recently the location has suffered from flooding, gutting the homes of hundreds of poor families. The flooding has also reduced food supplies for them as well as their livestock.

We are unable to cover your online card payment (Credit or Debit card) processing fees. This must be paid by you the donor and can be viewed at the checkout page. The checkout page also gives you the option of making a bank transfer (which does not incur any charges). Please note: card processing companies charge for payments not the charity.

Please see below for additional project information.
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Bangladesh Floods food distribution July 14

Already flooded this year, people in the lowlands and swamp areas of Sunamganj are seeing fresh flooding again due to heavy rainfall and water from upstream. 183mm of rainfall has so far been recorded.

Floodwaters have entered the lowlands of Sunamganj, affecting livestock and damaging crops and roads.

Caravan of Mercy has already sent £60,000 in aid to the area and aims to send more. We have been distributing food, safe drinking water, and shelter equipment for flood-affected families.

Floods in Bangladesh


Caravan of Mercy have been performing humanitarian work in the area of Sunamganj, Bangladesh for some time now. Recently the location has suffered from flooding, gutting the homes of hundreds of poor families. The flooding has also reduced food supplies for them as well as their livestock.

We are unable to cover your online card payment (Credit or Debit card) processing fees. This must be paid by you the donor and can be viewed at the checkout page. The checkout page also gives you the option of making a bank transfer (which does not incur any charges). Please note: card processing companies charge for payments not the charity.

Please see below for additional project information.
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Bangladesh Floods July 13

Already flooded this year, people in the lowlands and swamp areas of Sunamganj are seeing fresh flooding again due to heavy rainfall and water from upstream. 183mm of rainfall has so far been recorded.

Floodwaters have entered the lowlands of Sunamganj, affecting livestock and damaging crops and roads.

Caravan of Mercy has already sent £60,000 in aid to the area and aims to send more. We have been distributing food, safe drinking water, and shelter equipment for flood-affected families.

Floods in Bangladesh


Caravan of Mercy have been performing humanitarian work in the area of Sunamganj, Bangladesh for some time now. Recently the location has suffered from flooding, gutting the homes of hundreds of poor families. The flooding has also reduced food supplies for them as well as their livestock.

We are unable to cover your online card payment (Credit or Debit card) processing fees. This must be paid by you the donor and can be viewed at the checkout page. The checkout page also gives you the option of making a bank transfer (which does not incur any charges). Please note: card processing companies charge for payments not the charity.

Please see below for additional project information.
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Ghana Water Purification project

In 2018, over 3 million people in Ghana have no choice but to collect dirty water from unsafe sources.

Women and children are forced to drink dirty and unsafe water, and due to drinking contaminated water, diarrheal disease is the third most commonly reported illness at health centres across the country.

Caravan of Mercy has launched its largest water project to date, we aim to install a purification plant in Northern Ghana so thousands of people can finally have access to clean safe water.

The need for purification plants in Northern Ghana is great. In March 2015 Caravan of Mercy visited Northern Ghana and got to witness the reality of this great crisis.

It is now 2018 and even though much funds have been collected, we still have not reached our target allowing us to commence this project.

Show your support and donate towards this appeal.

Water treatment plant.

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Rohingya refugees in Bangaldesh

Caravan of Mercy in partnership with ISSA Foundation, Blackburn, UK. Distributed different items (Food Parcel, Sets of Pots for cooking, Tents, Blankets etc) in a number of Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh. This event happened during October 2017.

We are now collecting necessary donations for our 2nd trip to the Rohingya refugees during early December 2017. DONATE NOW

Family Pack for distribution December 2017 (x 3,000 packs)
Plastic Sheet 8m x 8m, Plastic Mat, Chatai 5ft x 7 ft, Mosquito Net, Plastic Bucket, Plastic Plates, Plastic Water Cups, Plastic Water jug, Washing Powder, Washing Soap, Bathing Soap

Family Food Pack for distribution December 2017 (x 5,000 packs)
Rice, oil, Sugar, Daal (Lentils), Flattened Rice, Salt, Onions, Potatoes, Biscuits, Oral Saline, Milk Powder

Infant/ Baby Pack for distribution December 2017 (x 3,000 packs)
Lactogen Baby Milk, Cerelac Baby Feed, Baby Feeding Bottle, Baby Bowl & Spoon

Blankets (x 5,000 packs)  for distribution December 2017

Medicine (x 5,000 packs)  for distribution December 2017

Quran, Amma Para, Noorani Qaidah (x 30,000 packs)  for distribution December 2017

Leda camp 16th 17th 18th October 2017 (completed)
-750 blankets
-1,000 food parcels
-Sheets 4,000
-Medical camp medicine 1 week – 10 days (£3,500 worth)
-Pots and spoons 2,000

Barmapara camp: 15th October 2017 (completed)
3,000 food parcels
Cash tokens £1,000

Noyapara camp: October 2017 (completed)
2,000 food parcels

Photos below show the extent of our previous distributions to the refugees during October 2017

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High water reaches the roofs of Sunamganj

The floods throughout Bangladesh including Sunamganj have devastated crops and local communities. During this month of August 2017, many homes have been damaged due to the high water levels, especially in the area in which Sunamganj is located. Alhamdulillah, people are now receiving aid from charities such as Caravan of Mercy as well as noticing that the floods are finally receding.

Caravan of Mercy are very active in providing aid in Sunamganj thanks to our agents there at the