HOW YOU CAN HELP

Free medical care, free medicines and doctor’s cost

Free medical care, free medicines and doctor’s cost

$250

Pay for Medical care

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 Child education for 5 children

Child education for 5 children

$100

Pay for Child education

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In all Other Projects ( plain regions )

In all Other Projects ( plain regions )

$250

Pay for Clean water

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 Sponsor an orphan for one Month

Sponsor an orphan for one Month

$45

Pay for Orphan care

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Food Basket to Feed 10 Refugee Family & Poor People

Food Basket to Feed 10 Refugee Family & Poor People

$100

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1 Share for Qurbani  / Udhiya

1 Share for Qurbani / Udhiya

$125

Pay for Qurbani meat

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Sewing Machine With Training for refugee women

Sewing Machine With Training for refugee women

$250

Pay for Skill training for refugee women

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 Winter Clothing For 10 Families

Winter Clothing For 10 Families

$100

Pay for Winter Cloth

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Free medical care, dental service, free medicines and doctor’s cost

Free medical care, dental service, free medicines and doctor’s cost

$750

Pay for Dental Care

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 Pay for Emergency assistance

Pay for Emergency assistance

$100

Pay for Emergency assistance

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 1 Shelter for Rohingya Family

1 Shelter for Rohingya Family

$300

Pay for Shelter Rohingya Family

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Zakat or Sadaqah for the Needy

Zakat or Sadaqah for the Needy

$100

Zakat or Sadaqah for the Needy

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Rohingya Refugees Support

More than 1 million Rohingya refugees live in makeshift camps made of bamboo and plastic. The Rohingya refugees (Muslims of Myanmar) are considered one of the most persecuted groups of people in the world. They have been subject to the ethnic cleansing that occurred in their country and fled for their lives to neighboring country Bangladesh with barefoot and whatever clothes that had on. These refugees depend on humanitarian aid for shelter, food, clothing, and healthcare, child education- for everything. International and local aid agencies are struggling to adequately serve this massive number of refugees with services on shelter, food, clothing, and healthcare. BASMAH has jumped into serving these refugees to alleviate their sufferings. Since the time of this crisis began in 2017, BASMAH has been working directly inside the camp and offering serval services and programs to help these people. BASMAH programs include

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In our other projects