Where We Work
Striving for the implementation of efforts toward a better and hunger-free world through individual and collective actions, where everyone has a fair chance to attain basic human rights by living with dignity and respect.
Jordan is considered one of the leading developing countries in the Middle East, particularly in regard to its healthcare services, education programs and standards of living.
Syrian and Palestinian refugees face poverty and are unable to access necessities, such as healthcare and education.
About 81 percent of these refugees live in urban villages and major cities around Jordan, where they mainly rely on themselves to cover rent, transportation and medical care.
About 54 percent lack food security and 75 percent rely completely on humanitarian assistance from charities for survival.
The humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate with fuel shortages, rising food prices and a severe lack of basic services making daily survival a painful struggle for millions.
With your support, UHR can help alleviate the situation for refugees in Bangladesh by providing them with the necessities and means to go about their lives with the dignity they deserve.
UHR is responding to the crisis and aims to support affected families by providing food, water, hygiene, and healthcare.
More than half a million people from Rohingya have been forced to flee in order to escape the violence and persecution in Myanmar.
It is estimated that about 15 million people are suffering from hunger in the region and over four million have fled their homes due to drought.
USA Local Projects
UHR is continuously working to assist and empower under served families and communities. United Hands Relief provides a variety of resources to the local communities.