• A group of orphans having fun with our staff in Somalia.
  • Kids and family gather around to see clean water for the first time in a long time
  • 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 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

OUR LIFETIME IMPACT

4,373,809

People served through all of our projects

318

Water wells built

848,949

People served through our food program

196,647

Received educational support

20,440

People supported thru our Self-Reliance Program

2,352,016

People served through our medical support

10,056

Orphans served through our orphan program

FEATURED NEWS & PROJECTS

Check out some of our current projects, and how your donations impact lives.

Horn of Africa Drought Relief

The drought that has been developing in regions of Somalia and Kenya over the last year has reached a stage of extreme concern. The second rainy season, which typically lasts from October to December, began late and ended early in 2016, leaving total rainfall amounts far below average.

Life Savers

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Nomadic Community Diabetic Education and Clinic Center ( Dr. Fatuma Kotile)

Diabetic Education and Treatment for Nomadic Community. Diabetic associated disease risk reduction education, access to treatment at Nomadic Community Diabetic Education and Clinic Center.
$524 RAISED
0%
78 Days Left
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Mogadishu Victims Relief

With hundreds of people impacted by the recent attack in Mogadishu, many are in need of immediate aid. ARAHA has set up this fund to provide immediate aid for the victims of this horrific attack.
$1,616 RAISED
2%
38 Days Left
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Light up Kismayo Campaign

Have you ever experienced a power outrage? If you did then, you understand how inconvenient it can be. In the first world, it is indeed something rare unless there is a weather related emergencies we have lights on 24/7. Now picture a region and its basic infrastructures without lights. A region where a student who happens to have a test tomorrow cannot study as he/she has no access to something as simple as a light. As we all know electricity is indispensable to society's progress.
$250 RAISED
1%
17 Days Left
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Eritrean Refugee Crisis Jamil Aman

URGENT AID– for Food, Shelter, Medical and school supplies.
$3,319 RAISED
7%
0 Days Left
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We Stand With Africa

We Stand with Africa is a collaborative initiative led by EARTHwise Centre in collaboration with United Earth community, ARAHA, and other partners to raise awareness and support for the African famine crisis and the underlying causes.
$1,060 RAISED
4%
198 Days Left
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You Are Not Alone

we are planing to sponsor 50 orphans in next couple years
$2,110 RAISED
9%
109 Days Left
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