Muslim Hands is an international aid agency and NGO established in 1993 in the United Kingdom, working in over 50 countries worldwide to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty.
MH a UK Registered Charity (No. 1105056) and a signatory to the Code of
Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. MH’ trustees, who are volunteers, form the governing body of MH and are legally responsible for all of the organization's activities under the Charities Act.
Generally, MH works to alleviate poverty through a range of varied and important areas like: Education, Emergencies, Health, Hunger, Livelihoods, Orphans and Water. Furthermore, it aims to provide an ethical service for the collection and distribution of funds in an effective, efficient, transparent and wholly accountable manner.
Muslim Hands Palestine has established in 2007, and it is dedicated to tackling the root causes of poverty in Palestine. Muslim Hands Palestine has an ultimate goal to mitigate the poverty through: Emergency Aid, Education and Training, Health Care, Orphan Care, Women, children, Water & Sensation, Seasonal Projects, Tree Plantation and Livelihood.
United for the needy.
To be at the fore front in delivering relief from poverty, sickness and the provision of education worldwide. To provide an ethical service for the collection and distribution of funds in an effective, efficient, transparent and wholly accountable manner.
- Equality: we believe that everyone, irrespective of race, color or faith has the fundamental right to a life of dignity, free of poverty and oppression.
- Poverty eradication: we believe that poverty can and must be eradicated, as it exists primarily due to the unjust distribution of wealth and resources.
- Education: we believe that literacy, education and job skills training are fundamental in developing and empowering needy communities to break out of poverty.
- Working with communities: we believe that by working directly with poor communities we can bring about positive changes from within those communities
- Duty of care: we believe it is our duty to assist impoverished people in times of crisis such as war or natural disaster.