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Um Hadi reads the Qur’an with her three children Hadi (8), Osama (7) and Shatha (13) at home in Azraq Camp. 

During Ramadan the family spend more time praying and reading the Qur’an. Shatha says “This month of Ramadan we should treat each other in nice way and be kind too since it’s a month of forgiveness and compassion.” ; Um Hadi (47) fled her home in Homs, Syria in 2016 after her husband based away. Now living in Azraq Camp, the is the primary guardian for her three children Hadi (8), Osama (7) and Shatha (13).
This Ramadan is their sixth in Jordan and Um Hadi says that it its at this time of year when she misses her family back in Syria the most “I call my mom every day to check on her.” © UNHCR/Mohammad Hawari

USA for UNHCR Donors Support Refugees During Ramadan

“I myself am a Muslim celebrating Ramadan, and I wish that everyone can celebrate the way I can. And not just only in this Holy month but I pray that all families can celebrate every day with their loved ones in safety, health and prosperity.” — Serap A.

“As a Muslim, it’s my duty and obligation to help people in need with whatever means I have. It does not matter if you can give more or less, a good deed like helping others is a reward in itself. The peace of mind I get knowing my little donation is making someone else’s life a little better is very precious. I will encourage everyone to do the same.” — Fairuj J.

“During Ramadan, Allah has blessed me with a good job and a good paying one too. It was only right to repay what he has blessed me with. We do what we can and without hesitation. I am honored that I was able to provide shelter to someone across the world. May Allah’s protection be with all of us.” — Aminata S.

“Please consider these funds as zakat for refugees who are suffering all over the world. They are humans and they have the right to be treated like humans.” — Manzoor N.

“No one chooses what situation we are born into, but those who can help can certainly try to make a difference. In the years to come, I plan to utilize my medical expertise to provide relief in another way than just financial means.” — Jaalal S.