Empowering Ibrahim | Interpal Livelihood Projects

Empowering Ibrahim | Interpal Livelihood Projects

Empowering people like Ibrahim.Meet Ibrahim. He’s 24 years old and has been one of the fortunate few to have graduated from university. However, although he may have had high prospects once, due to the blockade in Gaza, which has resulted in a dramatic increase in the levels of poverty and unemployment, Ibrahim spends his time at home, wishing for an opportunity to look after his family. Ibrahim’s mother passed away when he was just four years of age. His father re-married and Ibrahim now lives with his step mother, his father and seven others in a house with three rooms – a kitchen, bathroom and an area for them to sleep. The house is dilapidated, and its walls are full of moisture. The furniture that exists in the house is old and unsuitable. The family doesn’t have any source of income except that which they receive in charity. Ibrahim’s step mother suffers from diabetes and hypertension, and often needs medicine, which only increases Ibrahim’s worries for their future, as they can barely cover their basic food needs.Here at Interpal, we’re working on empowering people through our livelihood projects. By the grace of Allah, due to your generous donations, you were able to fund Ibrahim with his very own took tok in order to carry goods, providing him with a steady income for his family enabling them to have their basic needs met.

Publiée par Interpal sur Vendredi 6 octobre 2017

Meet Ibrahim. He’s 24 years old and has been one of the fortunate few to have graduated from university. However, although he may have had high prospects once, due to the blockade in Gaza, which has resulted in a dramatic increase in the levels of poverty and unemployment, Ibrahim spends his time at home, wishing for an opportunity to look after his family.

Ibrahim’s mother passed away when he was just four years of age. His father re-married and Ibrahim now lives with his step mother, his father and seven others in a house with three rooms – a kitchen, bathroom and an area for them to sleep. The house is dilapidated, and its walls are full of moisture. The furniture that exists in the house is old and unsuitable. The family doesn’t have any source of income except that which they receive in charity.

Ibrahim’s step mother suffers from diabetes and hypertension, and often needs medicine, which only increases Ibrahim’s worries for their future, as they can barely cover their basic food needs.

Here at Interpal, we’re working on empowering people through our livelihood projects. By the grace of Allah, due to your generous donations, you were able to fund Ibrahim with his very own tok tok in order to carry goods, providing him with a steady income for his family enabling them to have their basic needs met.

For more information about our projects in Gaza, please contant us on 020 8961 9993 or visit interpal.org

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