A world where everyone’s stomach is full enough to live and achieve their dreams, aspirations and goals.
When a child’s basic needs are met they can focus on more than just surviving.
Dr Naim Islam is an Australian-based health professional and has devoted himself to help the community as a trained General Practitioner.
He has been involved with various humanitarian and social organisations since he was a student of Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Dhaka Bangladesh in 1990s. Despite his arrival in Australia twenty years ago, this zeal for humanitarian services has not stopped.
Besides Dr Naim’s profession as physician, he has been involved with various Australian and international philanthropic and charitable organisations.
Ramia has been a community advocate and currently sits on various committees which seek to provide positive change to society.
She is an advisory committee member with the Australian Human Rights Commission and serves on the Executive Committee of the Gaza Children’s Fund. Professionally she runs her own legal practice in Sydney and was appointed as the first female in the Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) as the Community Relations Advisor. Outside of work, Ramia enjoys her time out traveling, camping, cycling and swimming when she finds time in her busy schedule.
Dr. Hamid is a Board Member of Charity Right Australia. He works full time as an Interventional Cardiologist and is President of the Australian Iraqi Muslim Society (AIMS).
Samir is a principled, educated professional, with expertise and exposure in the fields of Strategic Planning, Business Development, Communication, Public Relations and Business Acquisitions.
He managed portfolio exceeding AUD 250 Million and a workforce of over 2500 employees.
During the past twenty-five years, Br. Samir had the privilege to work closely with the Australian Muslim Community in several Da’wah, welfare and charitable projects such as the establishment of educational institutions, places of worship, orphan sponsorship programs and many more.
We feed today’s most neglected people – children in systemic poverty. We work sustainably and consistently with the education system and refugee infrastructures in developing countries.
Supplying food can stop premature deaths, prevent illness and help to reduce the impact of diseases such as malaria and measles.
Access to regular, nutritious meals also allows children to study, work and become self-sufficient.
Last year was a surprising year for all of us and nobody’s life went according to plan. With your support, we continued getting children out of poverty one meal at a time, despite the pandemic.
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