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Naguib Sawiris: An Egyptian businessman

Video: Egyptian Billionaire’s plan to help refugees: Buy them an island Source: CNN Money An Egyptian billionaire is offering to buy an island for people fleeing to Europe from war-torn countries in the Middle East and Africa. Naguib Sawiris, one of the region’s wealthiest men, said “there is no limit” on what he is willing to spend to buy an island from Italy or Greece […]

Young Syrian Refugees preparing for University Entrance examination in Amman, Jordan

Humanity First Jordan is fundraising for its school projects for Syrian Refugees for the coming school year! Please donate now!

Humanity First Campaigns Donate Story Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page. The conflict in Syria has now entered its fifth year, and yet there is still no end in sight. The scale of the human suffering has surpassed even our worst estimates. Many inside Syria are facing a daily battle for […]


Dr. Aslam Daud, Chairman of Humanity First Canada receives the Prime Minister’s Award.

Humanity First Canada team is very pleased to announce that Dr. Aslam Daud, Chairman of Humanity First Canada has recently received the Prime Minister’s Award. The Prime Minister’s Award recognizes volunteers who have taken a leadership role in developing solutions to local challenges, their achievements and exemplary practices have made Canada a proud humanitarian face […]

HEAD OF AHMADIYYA MUSLIM COMMUNITY ADDRESSES HUMANITY FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE  Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad says that charitable endeavours and serving those in need are a basic part of Islam The World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifa (Caliph), His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad delivered the keynote address International Conference of the charity Humanity First on Saturday 24 January 2015. The […]

Can I Give Charity to a Thief, a Prostitute or a Non-deserving Person During Ramadan?

Source: The Huffington Post By Farahnaz Zahidi: Writer, editor and teacher Pakistan is internationally known for many things. For the surge of extremism. For the footballs we supplied to the World Cup. For an often exaggerated emphasis on the “miseries” of its people. But it is lesser known for being one of the most charitable nations in […]


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