GLOBAL WARMING CRISIS
Islamic Aid recognizes the devastating effects of climate change on vulnerable communities, particularly in the Global South. Rising temperatures and extreme weather events exacerbate poverty and food insecurity, threatening lives and livelihoods.
We work to address climate change by promoting sustainable development and providing emergency relief to those affected by its impacts.
HOW ISLAMIC AID IS EMPOWERING VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
WE ARE DELIVERING CLIMATE RELIEF TO REBUILD DISASTER-AFFECTED COMMUNITIES
Islamic Aid provides vital climate relief to rebuild communities affected by natural disasters, supporting vulnerable people to recover and establish sustainable futures. Our efforts aim to create resilient communities that are better equipped to adapt to a changing climate.
WE ARE ADVOCATING FOR URGENT ACTION TO ADDRESS THE GLOBAL CLIMATE CRISIS
Our goal is to advocate for urgent action on the global climate crisis, raise awareness about the impacts of climate change, and call on governments and businesses to reduce emissions and protect the planet for future generations.
WE ARE SUPPORTING ADAPTATION STRATEGIES TO MITIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT
Islamic Aid supports adaptation strategies that mitigate the impact of climate change. We work with vulnerable communities to build resilience and promote sustainable livelihoods, while also advocating for wider climate action to prevent and reduce the impact of global warming.
THE IMPACT OF ISLAMIC AID WORK, BREAKING POVERTY
A CHANGING CLIMATE
Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia and South Sudan produce 0.1% of global emissions.
The richest 10 percent of the world’s population accounted for over half of the emissions added to the atmosphere between 1990 and 2015.
The money needed to help people affected by extreme weather-related emergencies like floods or drought is eight times higher than 20 years ago.