• Horn of Africa drought relief
    Help us prevent another major catastrophe in the Horn of Africa region.
  • Our Board Member Jaylani Hussein and the rest of ARAHA's team standing in front of an emergency food truck during the 2011 Somalia Famine
  • A group of orphans having fun with our staff in Somalia.
  • A Group of young Girls who graduated from ARAHA's Shegerab High School in a refugee camp in Sudan.
  • A family getting ready to enjoy their home
  • A nursing school constructed by ARAHA at Juba University in Kismayo, Somalia
  • Kids and family gather around to see clean water for the first time in a long time

OUR LIFETIME IMPACT

287

Water wells built

2,077,432

People served through all of our projects

694,139

food baskets distributed

60,884

Received educational support

867,213

Received medical support

10,056

orphan received aid, sponsorship, or gifts

FEATURED NEWS & PROJECTS

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Nomadic Community Diabetic Education and Clinic Center.

Diabetic Education and Treatment for Nomadic Community. Diabetic associated disease risk reduction education, access to treatment at Nomadic Community Diabetic Education and Clinic Center.
$110.00 RAISED
0.04%
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Taageero Campaign

More than 215,000 people face extreme food shortages in Bari, Nugaal, Sool, Sanaag and Karkaar regions of Somalia. With three failed rainy seasons in 2016, extreme drought has devastated harvests causing loss of livestock, increasing the food crisis daily, and decrease of income because pastoralist livestock sales still remain the major source of income. These communities have been neglected by regional, national, and international governments and aid organizations.
$150.00 RAISED
0.30%
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Eritrean Refugee Crisis Jamil Aman

URGENT AID– for Food, Shelter, Medical and school supplies.
$3,319.38 RAISED
6.64%
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The Forgotten Documentary by Sabrina Aman

Sabrina Aman, an Eritrean-American woman recently went on a risky journey to visit Eritrean refugees living in the camps in Eastern Sudan, one of the most dangerous regions in the world. Despite the unsafe conditions of the camps, Sabrina, along with her father’s support insisted on taking a leap of faith and visiting because she believes she can bring change through this incredible documentary.
$7,436.00 RAISED
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You Are Not Alone

we are planing to sponsor 50 orphans in next couple years
$1,510.00 RAISED
6.29%
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Reviving the Legacy of the late Sh. Muhammad Nur Kickya

Sheikh Muhammad Nur Kickya (may Allah accept him in Jannah) has been the most influential Quranic teacher for so many Muslim families in the Northern Virginia area for over 25 years. We deeply cherish his role in the education and upbringing of our children, and we value the priceless sacrifices he made for our community. Now that he has passed, his students want to give back in the best way they can.
$14,244.00 RAISED
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