Reviving Abilities

Reviving Life for The Victims of War

Reviving Life for The Victims of War

3.7 million Syrians have a disability as a result of the war. Thousands have been fitted with prosthetic limbs. Thereafter most find that work opportunities are scarce. The few opportunities which are available are inaccessible to their needs, forcing them into a life of poverty and reliance on humanitarian aid. Can you imagine surviving the war, only to be plunged into a life of poverty? You can help disabled Syrian people to liberate themselves and their families from poverty, by providing them with an accessible way to earn a sustainable living!


Syrians have a disability

1 in 5

Syrians have a disability


of Syrian households have a person with a disability


of Syrians are living in poverty

In the footprints of a refugee.

In the footprints of a refugee.

The last thing you remember of your hometown is impact when your home was shelled. You woke days later with severe injuries as a doctor delivered the devastating news that you lost your leg. You struggled for years to cope with a lack of facilities adapted for accessibility for your needs. You were mainly confided to your tent. One day your prayers were answered when you were fitted with a prosthetic limb. This has helped your ability to do more things, like before! However, there are no opportunities to provide for your family, so you rely on humanitarian aid distributions and are compelled to a life of poverty. You dream of an opportunity to support your family and free them from poverty like before the war!

The Prophet ﷺ said “Whoever relieves the hardship of a believer in this world, Allah will relieve his hardship on the Day of Resurrection.” Muslim

How can you help?

You can help a victim of the Syrian war and their family out of poverty for the long-term future! Provide a disabled Syrian war victim with:

A portable retail unit
A mechanical quad which can transport the unit
Stock to sell to their community
Next – The war victim you help will be able to earn an income from their unit and the stock you provide by selling to their local community, in order to continuously support themselves and their families. Once the stock is used, the income generated will be recycled into buying more stock and continuing to generate stable income.
Your donation will be recycled over and over again, as a Sadaqah Jariyah, in which you will benefit for as long as the family you help takes benefit! Can you imagine the rewards over the potential span of a lifetime?

How far can your donation go?

£232 - Provide the accessible unit, mechanical quad and stock between 4 donors.

£925 - Provide the accessible unit, mechanical quad and stock to a victim of the war in Syria out of poverty.

£9250 - Help a community of 10 disabled Syrian refugees and their families out of poverty.

Fundraise - Start a fundraising page with a target of £925 to provide a unit in your name.

"Give sadaqah without delay for it stands in the way of calamity” (Tirmidhi)

Your Questions Answered

From Abū Ḥamzah Anas bin Mālik RA, the servant of the Messenger of Allāh ﷺ, from the Prophet ﷺ, that he said, “None of you truly believes until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself.” Al-Bukhārī & Muslim

Part of giving Sadaqah is to want for your brother what you want for yourself. Emergency Aid is helpful, however liberating victims of war from poverty to begin with is essential.

The mechanical quad allows the owner of the unit to transport it, making the unit portable. It also provides accessibility for the user.

Yes – some of these units will be provided from combined donations. Donate as much as you can afford and gain a share in the reward for reviving abilities for the victims of the war in Syria!

Zakat-eligable Syrian Refugees who have had a prosthetic limb fitted as a result of war injury.

This project is Sadaqah and Zakat eligible, in accordance with Hanafi Fiqh using the Wakeel model. Zakat responsibility is transferred to Zakat-eligible refugees who then instruct the organisation to build them a home with the Zakat.

Do you have a question about this appeal?