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Nature Of Healthcare Services In Gaza

Healthcare Services In Gaza
Gaza is a name familiar to everyone following world news. The long years of socioeconomic deterioration, violence and closures have resulted in a lack of physical infrastructure and workforce development in the Gaza Strip’s healthcare system. Facilities are overburdened, and power outages routinely disrupt service. Rahma Worldwide is recognized as…

Food Insecurity Crisis: Yemenis Need Your Help

USA, Yemen
Food insecurity crisis
Around 16.2 million Yemenis do not even know where they could get their next meal. And if at all they get the meal—would it be sufficient for all of them? The political instability and war have reigned over the Yemenis for the past 6 years. Constant war has endangered the…

A Statement from Rahma Worldwide Regarding the Oxford Shooting

The peaceful community of Oxford has been struck with a tragedy that makes our hearts heavy with sadness. Rahma Worldwide Aid and Development, its board members, president, and employees wish to express our deepest sympathies for the uncalled-for act of slaying 4 innocent lives and injuring many more. We send…

Rahma Launches its Educational Campaign “Rahma International Academy”

Rahma Worldwide launched its official educational project titled Rahma International Academy and is accepting donations for desktop and laptop computers, computers must be in excellent working conditions and 4 years old and under, and accessories must be in like-new condition. Call 248-566-3111 before dropping donations.

“Skills of Evaluating Foreign Funding” Courses Held in Jordan

Rahma Worldwide collaborated with the Department of Foreign Societies at the Jordanian Ministry of Social Development, held a workshop entitled “Skills of Evaluating Foreign Funding”, which revolved around the legislation and governing foreign funding and the mechanism of its application for organizations operating in Jordan. Rahma Worldwide’s Representative in Jordan…

Rahma Water Program for Displaced Families

Muhammad Al-Darwish (a displaced person living in the camp) confirmed that his family consumes 5 plastic barrels of water a day, which he buys from water sellers, equivalent to 15 Turkish Liras(about 1.50 US Dollars) He wondered about the possibility of securing the expenses of water, food and the daily…

Syrian American Organization’s Conference

The holding of the Syrian-American Organizations Conference, ARCS, in Washington, DC as Rahma Worldwide was represented at the conference by Office Director, Mr. Ahmed Al-Halabi

Agricultural Nursery Project Continues in Syria

Because we believe that productivity and efficiency are among the foundations of a healthy life.. We are still continuing with the production Agricultural Nursery project to secure job opportunities in the Northern Syria.

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