Despite challenging circumstances, refugees around the globe are finding ways to preserve their faith and celebrate the holy month of Ramadan.
Ramadan is marked by spiritual reflection, increased generosity and spending time with family. But for many Syrian refugees, there may be less to eat and fewer people to celebrate with this Ramadan.
Ramadan is a time when people come together to show kindness and solidarity. Learn more about this holy month and how Muslims around the world will be celebrating and helping refugees.
As we celebrate Eid al-fitr and the end of Ramadan, see how these refugee families are celebrating and finding joy despite their circumstances.
Take a moment and hear from our Muslim faith donors about the importance of supporting refugees during Ramadan.
Here's how refugees in Yemen, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Iraq are observing Ramadan, how UNHCR is helping them celebrate amid conflict and how you can help.
Mosalsalats, or TV soap operas, are a staple of Ramadan across the Arab world, and Syrians fleeing war see no reason to stop the tradition.
Fatima has dedicated her life to empowering others in her community. In Salt Lake City, she is helping make her community more welcoming for Muslims celebrating Ramadan.
“It is a legacy I am still doing on behalf of my late father.” Learn how this former refugee finds strength in his faith and through carrying on family Ramadan traditions.
As the Islamic world prepares to welcome the holy month of Ramadan, UNHCR urges greater support for millions of refugees and internally displaced people hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.
USA for UNHCR board member, shares how her family celebrates Ramadan, how COVID-19 has impacted their celebration and why other Muslim-Americans should donate their Zakat to support refugees.
Inside Somalia, UNHCR has helped more than 16,000 internally displaced people return voluntarily to their homes this year.
For millions of Muslim refugees, feelings of uncertainty and isolation are not uncommon. They know very well what it feels like to be separated from their loved ones, lose their traditions and be forced to practice their faith amid dire circumstances. Yet none of these challenges stop refugees from preserving their faith and observing Ramadan – which for many is an important source of peace and strength. By adding your name, you will help resilient families get the aid they deserve this Ramadan and beyond. Let them know they are not alone.
This Ramadan, millions of refugees will celebrate surrounded by conflict and hardship. Your gift of Zakat will make a lifesaving difference during this holy month.
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