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Author: Abdul Haq Sheikh

Qurbani

Qurbani for Eid-ul-Adha

What would you sacrifice for the sake Allah?

As Eid-Al-Adha approaches us, we remember the story of Ibrahim(PBUH) and his ultimate sacrifice. Every year Muslims across the world pay respect to his sacrifice with Qurbani by donating meat to needy individuals across the globe.

BDesh Foundation performs Udhiyah on your behalf and distributes meat to Rohingya Refugees, Cyclone Amphan and COVID-19 victims in Bangladesh.

COVID- 19 (Corona Virus)

COVID- 19 (Corona Virus)

Coronavirus has shifted the world as we know it

Since COVID-19, BDesh Foundation has been active in many community service efforts in Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, New York, North Carolina as well as overseas in Rohingya refugee camps and in Bangladesh. Your donation can help make a difference during this global pandemic. Below are our COVID-19 emergency relief efforts that need your support

Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said, ‘Give Sadaqa without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity. ‘ Al- Tarmidi.

COVID – 19 (CORONA Virus) Challenge

Coronavirus Relief: What’s Happening and How to Help

The COVID-19 pandemic marks an unprecedented time in modern history that will require the best of humanity to overcome. Your donation to this fund will support immediate and long-term relief and recovery in vulnerable communities during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced. The projects listed below are led by vetted Global Giving partners responding to the pandemic, which has caused thousands of casualties and spread to more than 100 countries. These projects include efforts to stop the virus’s spread and help patients recover from it, as well as education initiatives, focused on prevention.

Ambulance Services for COVID patients in Bangladesh:

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSERS

COVID- 19 (Corona Virus)

Coronavirus has shifted the world as we know it

Since COVID-19, BDesh Foundation has been active in many community service efforts in Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, New York, North Carolina as well as overseas in Rohingya refugee camps and in Bangladesh. Your donation can help make a difference during this global pandemic. Below are our COVID-19 emergency relief efforts that need your support

Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said, ‘Give Sadaqa without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity. ‘ Al- Tarmidi.

COVID – 19 (CORONA Virus) Challenge

Coronavirus Relief: What’s Happening and How to Help

The COVID-19 pandemic marks an unprecedented time in modern history that will require the best of humanity to overcome. Your donation to this fund will support immediate and long-term relief and recovery in vulnerable communities during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced. The projects listed below are led by vetted GlobalGiving partners responding to the pandemic, which has caused thousands of casualties and spread to more than 100 countries. These projects include efforts to stop the virus’s spread and help patients recover from it, as well as education initiatives, focused on prevention.

  • Serve A Meal for Homeless, First Responders, and US Veterans.
  • BDesh New York Delivering groceries to Elderly, single mothers and others in need.
  • BDesh North Carolina volunteers are making masks.
  • BDesh Bangladesh – Providing food baskets, Hygiene kits to Rohingya Refugees, and other districts like Dhaka, Sylhet, Mymensing, Pabna, Kustia and Barisal.

Serve A Meal

THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK HAS PLACED AMERICA’S HOMELESS POPULATION AT RISK. PLEASE DONATE TO PROVIDE FRESH, HEALTHY MEALS TO THOSE IN NEED.

The Coronavirus epidemic has shifted the world as we know it.
While many of us are able to be quarantined at home, there’s one sector of the country that does not have that privilege: the homeless population.
Doctors state that more than half a million homeless people are at higher risk of catching and dying from the Coronavirus.

  • 200+ homeless individuals sleep in closed quarters at homeless shelters in the Washington, DC metro area. While others are out on the streets.
  • The majority of them are over 50 years old putting them at a higher risk than almost any other group.

With your $10 donation, we can provide hot meals to feed over 1,000 homeless individuals in the DC area through our Serve A Meal program.

The Coronavirus epidemic has shifted the world as we know it.

While many of us are able to be quarantined at home, there’s one sector of the country that does not have that privilege: the homeless population.

Who will your donation impact?

  • With the current pandemic currently your donation will support the homeless, US Veterans, and first responders in the DC metro area.
  • We provide over 100+ meals to locations such as the Embry Rucker Shelter (Reston, VA), the CCNV Shelter (Washington, DC), the DC Veterans Group, Reston Hospital and more.

How are you distributing meals?

  • Meals are prepared by local restaurants that follow CDC guidelines such as The Halal Guys (Ashburn), Subway (Sterling). Dhonno Fried Chicken (Sterling), Hyderabad Palace Catering (Aldie).
  • BDesh volunteers deliver items to the respective service locations (i.e. shelters, hospitals, etc.) following social distancing guidelines.

Cost of a Meal

The cost of a meal is only $10, which includes a hot meal, a bag of chip, water and cookies. It is a much discounted price. We encourage you to sponsor a meal for 100 for $1000. Corporate sponsors are also welcome.

How much should you donate?

Food Relief for COVID-19 Affected

Food Relief for COVID-19 affected Elderly and Vulnerable one in New York City

BDesh Foundation’s team in New York City with the support of MusCare’s team in New York City, Dulles United Association, MAFIQ Foundation, and Med Repair Tech are providing doorstep grocery distribution to elderly and those vulnerable to COVID-19 in New York City. Our team is working tirelessly for the goal of saving lives by limiting the elderly and needy individuals’ exposure to the outside community. We are following government guidelines in all of our projects to ensure everyone stays healthy and in God’s will.

Who will your donation impact?
  • Elderly who are vulnerable to COVID-19 virus or those who are recovering from it?
  • Elderly with other critical medical conditions that limits mobility
  • Low income households and single-mother households.

Food Relief for COVID-19 affected Elderly and Vulnerable one in New York City

How are you distributing food

Delivering food baskets directly to homes using social distancing guidelines.

How much should I donate?

Cost of Food Basket: $100 each

Canned tuna / Salmon Cereal
Rice Daal
Flour Bread
Pasta Oil
Sugar Tea bags
Milk powder Biscuits
Rice puffs Dates

COVID-19 Masks

Distribution of COVID-19 Masks

BDesh Foundation’s team in New York City with the support of MusCare’s team in New York City, Dulles United Association, MAFIQ Foundation, and Med Repair Tech are providing doorstep grocery distribution to elderly and those vulnerable to COVID-19 in New York City. Our team is working tirelessly for the goal of saving lives by limiting the elderly and needy individuals’ exposure to the outside community. We are following government guidelines in all of our projects to ensure everyone stays healthy and in God’s will.

COVID-19 Masks

COVID-19 Emergency Relief for Rohingya and Others in Bangladesh

There are millions of garment factory workers like rickshaw pullers in Bangladesh that have been released from work in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. They are without income and without resources to fight the pandemic or even have the essentials to survive.
Rohingya refugees are also very vulnerable due to this pandemic.

BDesh Foundation’s Ramadan Food Basket program will help people in need during this crisis and in the month of Ramadan. With $25 of your Sadaqa money, you can provide a family of 3 for a total of 2 weeks in Bangladesh with:
25 lbs rice worth $5.50

  • 5 lbs of lentils worth $5.50
  • 15 lbs of potatoes worth $5
  • 4 lbs of sugar worth $3
  • 3 liters of oil worth $3
  • Onions worth $2.25
  • Cover 75 cents worth of administrative costs

Your donation is zakat and sadaqa eligible. Our goal is to deliver food baskets to over 5,000 FAMILIES! Please don’t let these families go hungry during this pandemic and the blessed month of Ramadan. Food and hygiene distribution will be provided to Rohingya families, host communities as well as needy families in Dhaka, Sylhet, Mymensingh, Pabna, Barishal, and Kustia.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSERS

WASH – Clean Water and Hygiene Program

We use water for everything, from washing dishes to cooking food to growing crops Allah says in the Qur’an, ‘By means of water, we give life to everything’. (Qur’an, 21:30) Communities who don’t have access to clean water face unimaginable hardships, with women and children walking for hours to collect even a little water, and families unable to support themselves due to lack of education and livelihood. Having access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene is a basic human right, and fulfilling this right is an excellent Sadaqah Jariyah (Perpetual Charity)

‘The Prophet Muhammed (Peace and blessing be upon him) was asked, “Which charity is best?” He replied, “[Providing] water”’. [Abu Dawud] BDesh Foundation’s WASH program to provide new tube wells, proper restroom facilities, and special shower facilities for women and adolescent girls with proper privacy in remote villages, Slumps, and Rohingya camps in Bangladesh.

Serves a family in a village, and require a cluster of 5 to serve 25-50 families in a slump or Rohingya Refugee camps.

Tubewell

Our primary objective is to have a healthy and wealthy society in Bangladesh. Hundreds of families suffer from diarrhea and cholera by not having clean drinkable water and having poor sanitation predicaments. Donate to our Tube Well & Sanitation program to provide new tube wells, proper restroom facilities, and special shower facilities for women and adolescent girls with proper privacy.

Sanitation Facility

Our primary objective is to have a healthy and wealthy society in Bangladesh. Hundreds of families suffer from diarrhea and cholera by not having clean drinkable water and having poor sanitation predicaments. Donate to our Tube Well & Sanitation program to provide new tube wells, proper restroom facilities, and special shower facilities for women and adolescent girls with proper privacy.

Eye Care

The 1000 Eye Surgery Campaign

1,000 people impacted. BDesh Foundation has working partners in Bangladesh who are authorized to work inside the Rohingya camps and assess the needs of authorized camps. The goal would be 1000 Eye Surgeries, starts from November 2019, and will be finished February 2022, per month goal 35 surgeries.

GoalC$694C$1000

1,000 people impacted

Thousands of Rohingya Refugees and needy people in Bangladesh go blind every year because they can’t afford basic cataract surgery.

Start Date November 2019
Finish DateFebruary 2022
Goal1000
Progress Status172

BDesh Foundation along with several hospitals in the private and non-government sectors have partnered with international organizations to address avoidable blindness in Bangladesh. Thousands of Rohingya Refugees and needy people in Bangladesh go blind every year because they can’t afford basic cataract surgery.Your efforts will help refugee brothers and sisters in the Ukhia Camp, Kutupalong Camp, and other remote camps close to the Bangladesh Myanmar border area.

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How Can You Help?

BDesh Foundation currently has three different projects on the grounds. You can donate to any of the projects below and they are also eligible for zakah and sadaqa! Below are baseline notes on each project and package/donation costs.

1000 Eye Surgery Campaign

Thousands of Rohingya Refugees and needy people in Bangladesh go blind every year because they can’t afford basic cataract surgery.

Start Date November 2019
Finish DateFebruary 2022
Goal1000
Progress Status172

Serve A Meal

Serve A Meal

One WhatsApp conversation has led to thousands of homeless individuals being served fresh meals in the DC area. BDesh partners with local DC metro volunteers on a monthly basis to feed homeless individuals and families.

How can you support it? Each meal costs approx $8.99. You can call 571-306-2523 to donate a meal or to volunteer.

Project Hasana

Project Hasana

Hasana means “good deed”. From donating cars to refugees or volunteering at a shelter – learn how you can make a difference with your good deed.

BDesh Foundation and Bridge America Project have partnered to provide vehicles for refugee families in the Washington, DC metro area. Donate today to make a difference!

More than 57 cars have been donated:

  • Creates mobility for work, school, and daily activities
  • Empowers refugee families
  • Creates job opportunities
  • Brings self-reliance & dignity

Donated cars should be:

  • Be in good condition
  • Have recent safety and emission inspection sticker

Project Hasana

Hasana means “good deed”. From donating cars to refugees or volunteering at a shelter – learn how you can make a difference with your good deed.

BDesh Foundation and Bridge America Project have partnered to provide vehicles for refugee families in the Washington, DC metro area. Donate today to make a difference!

More than 35 cars have been donated:

  • Creates mobility for work, school, and daily activities
  • Empowers refugee families
  • Creates job opportunities
  • Brings self-reliance & dignity

Donated cars should be:

  • Be in good condition
  • Have recent safety and emission inspection sticker

Frequently Asked Question

Who we are?

BDesh Foundation is a Northern Virginia based non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation, health, sanitation and educational projects. We have no political affiliation. Currently, there are number of on-going projects in Bangladesh for clean water, sanitation, education, health, children welfare, etc. Details of our projects are available at www.BDeshFoundation.org. BDesh Foundation is an IRS approved non-profit 501c3 organization and donations to BDesh are tax deductible.

How do you work in Bangladesh?

We have formed partnership with registered NGOs in Bangladesh who have a proven record of accomplishments. Their missions and objectives are aligned with BDesh. We verify their NGO status and legitimacy using the state department’s database.

How do you monitor your projects and ensure the money is spent on the correct causes?

We have representatives in the field to supervise BDesh sponsored projects. Also, we conduct independent audits and surveys in order to validate project execution and expenses. In addition, we have a Key Performance Indicator matrix associated with all of our projects and we strictly measure performance of our projects against the matrix.

What are your overhead expenses?

We maintain very low administrative expenses. Most of our administrative expenses are covered from donations received from our board of directors. We try our best to keep our overhead cost low. All of our board of directors and the advisors work on a volunteer basis and are not compensated for their work.

How can we help?

You can pay your Zakat or Sadaqa (donation) towards any of the Bdesh sponsors projects. You can donate online at http://www.bdeshfoundation.org or mail your check payable to BDesh Foundation at the following address:

BDesh Foundation, Inc.
6 Silo Mill Ct,
Sterling, VA 20164.

Is my donation tax deductible?

Yes, donations to BDesh Foundation, Inc are 100% tax deductible. If you have questions or live outside of the United States, please contact your tax advisor.

Need Help?

If you need help making a donation, you can contact:

    (571) 306-2523

   info@bdeshfoundation.org

Flood Relief Appeal

Flood Relief Appeal For Bangladesh

250,000 people impacted: Bangladesh could be plunged into a humanitarian crisis as it undergoes the most prolonged flooding in decades while it is still recovering from the effects of Super-Cyclone Amphan. More than 9.6 million affected by this flood.

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2020 Flood Relief Appeal

We are in need of your support as flood survivors on the ground are scrambling for emergency aid, food, and medical support. BDesh Foundation is rushing to help those who’ve lost everything—and they are in need of your help to survive.

Donate now by filling out the donate form below or by visiting www.bdeshfoundation.org/donate

More information about BDesh Foundation, Inc.: BDesh Foundation is a Northern Virginia-based non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation, health, sanitation, and educational projects. We have no political affiliation. Currently, there is a number of on-going projects in Bangladesh for clean water, sanitation, education, health, children welfare, etc.

Flood Relief Appeal for Bangladesh

2020 Flood Relief Appeal: 250,000 people impacted

Bangladesh could be plunged into a humanitarian crisis as it undergoes the most prolonged flooding in decades while it is still recovering from the effects of Super-Cyclone Amphan. More than 9.6 million affected by this flood.

More information about B Desh Foundation, Inc.: BDesh Foundation is a Northern Virginia based non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation, health, sanitation and educational projects. We have no political affiliation. Currently, there are number of on-going projects in Bangladesh for clean water, sanitation, education, health, children welfare, etc.

We are in need of your support as flood survivors on the ground are scrambling for emergency aid, food, and medical support.  BDesh Foundation is rushing to help those who’ve lost everything—and they are in need of your help to survive.

Donate now by filling out the donate form below or by visiting www.bdeshfoundation.org/donate

Frequently Asked Question

2020 Cyclone Amphan Relief: 200,000 people impacted

In the midst of Ramadan and preparing for Eid, a super cyclone called Amphan caused widespread damage in East India and Bangladesh in May 2020. It was the strongest tropical cyclone to strike the Ganges Delta since 2007’s Sideband the first super cyclonic storm to occur in the Bay of Bengal since 1999’s Odisha. Bangladesh could be dove into a compassionate emergency as it experiences the most delayed flooding in decades while it is as yet recouping from the impacts of Super-Cyclone Amphan.

Who we are?

BDesh Foundation is a Northern Virginia based non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation, health, sanitation and educational projects. We have no political affiliation. Currently, there are number of on-going projects in Bangladesh for clean water, sanitation, education, health, children welfare, etc. Details of our projects are available at www.BDeshFoundation.org. BDesh Foundation is an IRS approved non-profit 501c3 organization and donations to BDesh are tax deductible.

How do you work in Bangladesh?

We have formed partnership with registered NGOs in Bangladesh who have a proven record of accomplishments. Their missions and objectives are aligned with BDesh. We verify their NGO status and legitimacy using the state department’s database.

How do you monitor your projects and ensure the money is spent on the correct causes?

We have representatives in the field to supervise BDesh sponsored projects. Also, we conduct independent audits and surveys in order to validate project execution and expenses. In addition, we have a Key Performance Indicator matrix associated with all of our projects and we strictly measure performance of our projects against the matrix.

What are your overhead expenses?

We maintain very low administrative expenses. Most of our administrative expenses are covered from donations received from our board of directors. We try our best to keep our overhead cost low. All of our board of directors and the advisors work on a volunteer basis and are not compensated for their work.

How can we help?

You can pay your Zakat or Sadaqa (donation) towards any of the Bdesh sponsors projects. You can donate online at http://www.bdeshfoundation.org or mail your check payable to BDesh Foundation at the following address:

BDesh Foundation, Inc.
6 Silo Mill Ct,
Sterling, VA 20164.

Is my donation tax deductible?

Yes, donations to BDesh Foundation, Inc are 100% tax deductible. If you have questions or live outside of the United States, please contact your tax advisor.

Need Help?

If you need help making a donation, you can contact:

    (571) 306-2523

   info@bdeshfoundation.org

Ramadan Food Basket

Ramadan Food Basket

In the blessed month of Ramadan, Bdesh foundation shares the joy and blessing with the fellow brothers and sisters in Islam by providing food to needy families.

May Allah bring the joy of Ramadan and Eid to your family as you bring joy to your fellow brothers and sisters in the blessed month.

With $25 of your Zakat or Sadaqa money, you can provide a needy family or Rohingya family of 3 with basic foods for a total of 2 weeks during Ramadan. Please consider donating to this cause.

What’s in the food basket?

  • 25 lbs of Rice for $5.50
  • 5 lbs. of Lentil for $5.50
  • 15 lbs. of Potatoes for $5
  • 4 lbs. of Sugar for $3
  • 3 liters of Oil for $3
  • Onion for $2.25
  • Admin. cost is 75 cents

If you wish to donate toward this endeavor please send your donation via the form below or via check. Make checks payable to Bdesh Foundation Inc. and send them to:

BDesh Foundation, Inc.
6 Silo Mill CT.
Sterling, VA 20164

Ramadan Food Basket

In the blessed month of Ramadan Bdesh foundation shares the joy and blessing with the fellow brothers and sisters in Islam by providing food to the needy families.

May Allah bring the joy of Ramadan and Eid to your family as you bring joy to your fellow brothers and sisters in the blessed month.

With $25 of your Zakat or Sadaqa money, you can provide a needy family or Rohingya family of 3 with basic foods for a total of 2 weeks during Ramadan. Please consider donating to this cause.

What’s in the food basket?

  • 25 lbs of Rice for $5.50
  • 5 lbs. of Lentil for $5.50
  • 15 lbs. of Potatoes for $5
  • 4 lbs. of Sugar for $3
  • 3 liters of Oil for $3
  • Onion for $2.25
  • Admin. cost is 75 cents

If you wish to donate toward this endeavor please send your donation via the form below or via check. Make checks payable to: Bdesh Foundation Inc. and send them to:

BDesh Foundation, Inc.
6 Silo Mill CT.
Sterling, VA 20164

Frequently Asked Question

Who we are?

BDesh Foundation is a Northern Virginia based non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation, health, sanitation and educational projects. We have no political affiliation. Currently, there are number of on-going projects in Bangladesh for clean water, sanitation, education, health, children welfare, etc. Details of our projects are available at www.BDeshFoundation.org. BDesh Foundation is an IRS approved non-profit 501c3 organization and donations to BDesh are tax deductible.

How do you work in Bangladesh?

We have formed partnership with registered NGOs in Bangladesh who have a proven record of accomplishments. Their missions and objectives are aligned with BDesh. We verify their NGO status and legitimacy using the state department’s database.

How do you monitor your projects and ensure the money is spent on the correct causes?

We have representatives in the field to supervise BDesh sponsored projects. Also, we conduct independent audits and surveys in order to validate project execution and expenses. In addition, we have a Key Performance Indicator matrix associated with all of our projects and we strictly measure performance of our projects against the matrix.

What are your overhead expenses?

We maintain very low administrative expenses. Most of our administrative expenses are covered from donations received from our board of directors. We try our best to keep our overhead cost low. All of our board of directors and the advisors work on a volunteer basis and are not compensated for their work.

How can we help?

You can pay your Zakat or Sadaqa (donation) towards any of the Bdesh sponsors projects. You can donate online at http://www.bdeshfoundation.org or mail your check payable to BDesh Foundation at the following address:

BDesh Foundation, Inc.
6 Silo Mill Ct,
Sterling, VA 20164.

Is my donation tax deductible?

Yes, donations to BDesh Foundation, Inc are 100% tax deductible. If you have questions or live outside of the United States, please contact your tax advisor.

Need Help?

If you need help making a donation, you can contact:

    (571) 306-2523

   info@bdeshfoundation.org

Health Care

Health Care

This program includes a network of doctors who will provide mobile medical clinic support and ambulance services to patients in need

Your donations will also support free eye exams and cataract removal procedures for poor elderly citizens of Bangladesh.

Health Care

This program includes a network of doctors who will provide mobile medical clinic support and ambulance services to patients in need

Your donations will also support free eye exams and cataract removal procedure to poor elderly citizens of Bangladesh

Frequently Asked Question

Who we are?

BDesh Foundation is a Northern Virginia based non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation, health, sanitation and educational projects. We have no political affiliation. Currently, there are number of on-going projects in Bangladesh for clean water, sanitation, education, health, children welfare, etc. Details of our projects are available at www.BDeshFoundation.org. BDesh Foundation is an IRS approved non-profit 501c3 organization and donations to BDesh are tax deductible.

How do you work in Bangladesh?

We have formed partnership with registered NGOs in Bangladesh who have a proven record of accomplishments. Their missions and objectives are aligned with BDesh. We verify their NGO status and legitimacy using the state department’s database.

How do you monitor your projects and ensure the money is spent on the correct causes?

We have representatives in the field to supervise BDesh sponsored projects. Also, we conduct independent audits and surveys in order to validate project execution and expenses. In addition, we have a Key Performance Indicator matrix associated with all of our projects and we strictly measure performance of our projects against the matrix.

What are your overhead expenses?

We maintain very low administrative expenses. Most of our administrative expenses are covered from donations received from our board of directors. We try our best to keep our overhead cost low. All of our board of directors and the advisors work on a volunteer basis and are not compensated for their work.

How can we help?

You can pay your Zakat or Sadaqa (donation) towards any of the Bdesh sponsors projects. You can donate online at http://www.bdeshfoundation.org or mail your check payable to BDesh Foundation at the following address:

BDesh Foundation, Inc.
6 Silo Mill Ct,
Sterling, VA 20164.

Is my donation tax deductible?

Yes, donations to BDesh Foundation, Inc are 100% tax deductible. If you have questions or live outside of the United States, please contact your tax advisor.

Need Help?

If you need help making a donation, you can contact:

    (571) 306-2523

   info@bdeshfoundation.org

An Appeal for Rohingya Relief-saz

Need Help?

If you need help making a donation, you can contact:

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An Appeal For Rohingya Relief

If you need help making a donation, you can contact:

1. Child Care Centers:

More than 36,000 orphans are now living in the 12 camps in Cox’s Bazaar Bangladesh. Your Zakah and Sadaqa can help BDesh build six Child Care Centers to provide a better environment for Rohingya refugees. The children will learn English and Burmese alphabets and numbers. The Shobuj Polly Child Care Centers will be followed by government and UNICEF, UNHCR curriculum. All students of this project will be selected from orphan and destitute Rohingya families who are deprived from education, nutrition and primary health care. School management committees will be formed with 7-9 members comprised of teacher, parents, religious leader(s), etc. Your Donation Will Provide:

2. Project Women’s Care:

Burmese security forces have committed widespread rape against women and girls as part of a campaign of ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Muslims in Burma’s Rakhine State – Human Rights Watch stated in a report. Fifteen-year-old Hala Sadak, from Hathi Para village in Maungdaw Township, said soldiers had stripped her naked and then dragged her from her home to a nearby tree where, she estimates, about 10 men raped her from behind. She said, “They left me where I was…when my brother and sister came to get me, I was lying there on the ground, they thought I was dead.”

BDesh’s focus is to improve women’s health and financial well-being. Project Women Care provides women with primary health care, sanitary hygiene aid, livelihood initiatives, etc.


Your Zakah and Sadaqa can help to rebuild the lives of Rohingya women.

Donate today! Average cost per:
Sewing Machine: $125 US Dollars
Shower Facility: $100 US Dollars
Hygiene kit: $25 US Dollars
Medical Care: $25-$100 US Dollars

3. Project Medical Care:

Our partnered medical team takes care of refugee medical needs ranging from: paramedics, OB/GYN needs, medicine, vaccinations, surgical services, etc.

An Appeal for Rohingya Relief

Since August 25, 2017, the Burmese military has committed killings, rapes, arbitrary arrests, and mass arson of homes in hundreds of predominantly Rohingya villages in northern Rakhine State, forcing more than 700,000 Rohingya to flee to neighboring Bangladesh. Human Rights Watch has found that this abuse amounts to crimes against humanity under international law.

  • 52% of the women surveyed by the United Nations were raped
  • More than 40% children are orphans

BDesh Foundation has working partners in Bangladesh who are authorized to work inside the Rohingya camps and assess the needs of authorized camps:

  • Your efforts will help refugee brothers and sisters in the Ukhia Camp, Kutupalong Camp, and other remote camps close to the Bangladesh Myanmar border area.

In December of 2017 the Founder of Dar-El-Salam Travel Haji Moustafa and Executive Imam of ADAMS Center Mohamed Magid traveled to the Rohingya Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazaar. They volunteered and saw in person the hard work and dedication the BDesh partners have put into the Rohingya Camps. You can recapture some of their experience in the video above.

How Can You Help?

BDesh Foundation currently has three different projects on the grounds. You can donate to any of the projects below and they are also eligible for zakah and sadaqa! Below are baseline notes on each project and package/donation costs:

1. Child Care Centers:

More than 36,000 orphans are now living in the 12 camps in Cox’s Bazaar Bangladesh. Your Zakah and Sadaqa can help BDesh build six Child Care Centers to provide a better environment for Rohingya refugees. The children will learn English and Burmese alphabets and numbers. The Shobuj Polly Child Care Centers will be followed by government and UNICEF, UNHCR curriculum. All students of this project will be selected from orphan and destitute Rohingya families who are deprived from education, nutrition and primary health care. School management committees will be formed with 7-9 members comprised of teacher, parents, religious leader(s), etc. Your Donation Will Provide:

  • Health Care
  • Nutritional Food
  • Clothes/Shoes
  • Education
  • Books
  • Backpacks
  • School Supplies…   Much more!

2. Project Women’s Care:

Burmese security forces have committed widespread rape against women and girls as part of a campaign of ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Muslims in Burma’s Rakhine State – Human Rights Watch stated in a report. Fifteen-year-old Hala Sadak, from Hathi Para village in Maungdaw Township, said soldiers had stripped her naked and then dragged her from her home to a nearby tree where, she estimates, about 10 men raped her from behind. She said, “They left me where I was…when my brother and sister came to get me, I was lying there on the ground, they thought I was dead.”

BDesh’s focus is to improve women’s health and financial well-being. Project Women Care provides women with primary health care, sanitary hygiene aid, livelihood initiatives, etc.

Your Zakah and Sadaqa can help to rebuild the lives of Rohingya women.

Donate today! Average cost per:

Sewing Machine: $125 US Dollars
Shower Facility: $100 US Dollars
Hygiene kit: $25 US Dollars
Medical Care: $25-$100 US Dollars

3. Project Medical Care:

Our partnered medical team takes care of refugee medical needs ranging from: paramedics, OB/GYN needs, medicine, vaccinations, surgical services, etc.

Through our partnership with IMANA, we’re sponsoring 4 medical centers in Kutipalong Rohingya Refugee camp. With IMANA’s partnership, we’re able to provide mobile medical clinic support and ambulance services to thousands of patients. Each day we’re serving an average of 750-800 patients. We’re now providing services six days/week except Fridays and other holidays. Most of the doctors have been provided through our local partner NGO and their affiliated organization.

Donate today! Average cost per:

Tube Well – $500 US Dollars
Sanitary Latrine – $50 US Dollars
Women’s Shower Facility – $100 US Dollars
Primary Medical Care Per 100 Patients – $500 US Dollars
Critical Need Patients – $100 US Dollars

Please consider donating to the Rohingya Appeal during the month of Ramadan and beyond. The families need as much support as possible and you can help make a difference.

You can send your checks payable to BDesh Foundation at the following address:

BDesh Foundation, Inc. 6 Silo Mill CT Sterling, VA 20164 USA

4. WASH Project (Water and Sanitation)

Project Details: This project aims at providing new tube wells, proper restroom facilities, and special shower facilities for women and adolescent girls with proper privacy. This project will serve about 150,000 people. How can you support?

  • Each Tube well cost about $500
  • Each Toilet unit cost about $50
  • Each Shower facility cost about $100

Need Help?

If you need help making a donation, you can contact:

    (571) 306-2523

   info@bdeshfoundation.org