Support Rohingya Refugees With Water This Ramadan!
Quench the Thirst of Struggling Refugees in Bangladesh.
Unite with GTMSA, ASO, and UHR to Construct Water Wells for Rohingya Refugees!
The Georgia Tech Muslim Student Association have partnered with United Humanitarian Relief to create a lasting impact in the lives of these refugees with the necessity of clean drinking water. With your generous support, we aim to provide clean water to alleviate their suffering and restore hope.
During the blessed month of Ramadan, we’re looking to make a difference in the lives of Rohingya refugees who already, unfortunately, live a difficult life. These resilient individuals have endured unimaginable hardships, including violence, persecution, and forced displacement from their homes. As we come together to observe this sacred time of spiritual reflection and acts of charity, it is our mission to provide them with one of the most basic yet essential human needs: clean water.
You can make your donation through Venmo, Zelle, Or the form below!
Target Goal $2,000
Show Your Support Today!
The Struggles Of Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh
Many Rohingya refugees suffer from waterborne diseases such as cholera and diarrhea due to the scarcity of clean drinking water. These illnesses disproportionately affect vulnerable populations like children and the elderly, further exacerbating their already precarious situation. Furthermore, the lack of proper sanitation facilities contributes to the spread of disease, making access to clean water even more critical.
By leveraging the values of Ramadan, we can rally support and inspire action to provide Rohingya refugees with clean drinking water, helping to alleviate their suffering and improve their living conditions.
Through our united efforts, let’s come together to construct a well that will become a lifeline for those already facing numerous challenges. Access to clean water should not be an additional hardship. Please make your donations now via Zelle and kindly include a note mentioning the student who introduced you to this cause. Your generosity will make a world of difference for those in need.