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Help Deliver Hope to Lebanon

Zakat House launches a heartfelt drive to fill food packs for Lebanon with premium Australian-slaughtered meat. Your support fuels this initiative, ensuring nourishment for those facing hardship.

$45

1/4 Sheep

Feeds 8 people

$90

1/2 Sheep

Feeds 20 people

$135

3/4 Sheep

Feeds 32 people

$180

Whole Sheep

Feeds 40+ people

$180

Whole Sheep

Feeds 40+ people

$135

3/4 Sheep

Feeds 32 people

$90

1/2 Sheep

Feeds 20 people

$45

1/4 Sheep

Feeds 8 people

FOOD CONTAINERS

Aid for Lebanon's Crisis

In response to Lebanon’s crises, Zakat House channels support by distributing essential food packs to vulnerable groups amidst ongoing conflict and economic instability. This initiative provides crucial sustenance, ensuring immediate relief and hope for those affected, effectively addressing their pressing nutritional needs in these challenging times.

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Syrian Refugees are in lebanon
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Lebanese are living in poverty today

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

"Whoever relieves a believer’s distress from the distressful aspects of this world, Allah will rescue him from the difficulties of the Hereafter"

Sahih Muslim

The Causes Behind Lebanon's Food Crisis

Poverty

The aftermath of the explosions at the Beirut port, alongside a rapidly depreciating local currency and the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic, have pushed an increased number of individuals into poverty. Currently, nearly all Syrian refugee households in Lebanon are grappling with extreme poverty.

Food Shortages

Lebanon's economic and political turmoil has led to widespread food shortages in many households. Presently, the escalation of conflict in Ukraine poses a looming threat of soaring food prices, potentially making essential food items unaffordable. Lebanon heavily relies on Ukraine for over half of its wheat imports.

Financial Crisis

From 2019 to June 2021, Lebanon's national currency underwent a staggering depreciation, losing over 90% of its value. By May 2021, the World Food Programme noted a staggering 340% surge in the cost of the essential food basket.

Urgent Relief: Premium Australian Sheep for Lebanon's Hungry

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