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Infrastructure Development


Shelters Are Vital in Restoring Security, Self-Sufficiency, and Dignity

Over the past few years, the world has changed drastically with refugee crises occurring in several parts of the globe. HHRD is doing its part to support these refugee populations, especially the orphans and their families, who have escaped war and persecution from their home countries.
To meet the shelter needs of Syrian refugees, HHRD has, so far,  provided over 1,000 micro homes also known as “Caravan Homes.” While camps can be practical, encampment results in a range of problems, including aid dependency and isolation. HHRD is committed to intervene and help alleviate this basic need. 

HHRD Provides Caravan Homes for Syrians families in Jordan, Home Improvements for Palestinian families in Jordan, Shelter Homes the Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh.

In many urban areas, countless refugees either share accommodations, or reside in non-functional public buildings, collective centers, slums, and informal settlements. Conditions are often substandard and providing shelters here pose major challenges. In rural settings, delivering protection and humanitarian assistance through refugee camps is common. Most of the refugees in Jordan live in planned or managed camps such as Za’atari camp while others live in self-settled areas like the desert of Al-Mafraq. Regardless of where these families reside, the struggle continues as they enter over a decade of being away from their homeland. HHRD Caravans of Hope provide them with the dignity they deserve through facilitating the provision of shelter homes. 

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 Donate A Caravan of Hope in Za’atari Camp  

$4,000/home

 Donate A Caravan of Hope outside Camp 

$5,000/home

Shelter Homes of Hope for Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh

 

 

Six homes for Rohingya refugees can be sponsored for a donation level of $5,040.

Each home consists of two rooms along with a balcony. The structure is made with bamboo and tarpaulin that can sustain high winds and rains. Homes are provided with solar powered electric fixtures, such as fans and bulbs, and can house a family of six members. HHRD understands the plight of these families and hopes these shelters serve as a home away from home until it is stafe to return.

Join us in our effort to keep a family safe and secure from weather elements and invasion of privacy by supporting our Shelter Home project. 

An estimated 1 million Rohingya refugees have made makeshift shelters their homes in what is now considered the largest refugee camp in the world located in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The dangers of these families being in such close and unstable quarters, include the spread of diseases as well as the most recent threat: the devastating fires of 2020. 

With an uncertain future, the Rohingya remain in an extremely perilous situation. These refugees remain tremendously vulnerable, living in exceedingly challenging conditions, and dependent on aid for their survival. They have lost their loved ones, their homes, and their sense of safety. Their conditions continue to worsen as numbers grow. Every family has a story more heartbreaking than the next. The road ahead is lined with challenges and uncertaintiy. Help them take the first step. 

  • Refugee children live in tents and are threatened by countless elements
  • They watch as their caravan home is delivered
  • Running water will make life easier
  • A child gazes out of a window as other explore
  • Each home comes with 2 rooms, a small kitchen, running water and a functional toilet

HHRD Recognized Amongst Top Zakat Charity

HHRD�s philanthropic programs have not gone unnoticed, we are ranked among the top-rated Zakat Eligible Charity in the USA. HHRD received an overall score of 98.23 out of 100, reflecting the trust HHRD has earned with US based donors

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