MY Rohingya – Iqra Play Centre

Thank you Apa Safiyya Patel of Iqra Play Centre, Newcastle for hosting Colours of Hope #MyRohingyaCampaign Awareness presentation. Thank you mums for your participation and your messages of #LoveHopeCarepostcards #Salaamedia

ATMA YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTRE PROJECT with ONE WISH FOUNDATION and COLOURS OF HOPE

 

Living in a war-torn country directly impacts the lives of the Syrian youth. With overpopulated refugee camps, the lack of youth facilities and the after effects of war have lead to serious psychological implications. It is therefore necessary that Syrian youth have a place to not just express themselves but develop skills.

ONE WISH (Syria) have teamed with COLOURS OF HOPE (South Africa) to build a youth centre in Atma (Syria), which will consist of a common room for relaxation and another for the purpose of a prayer, study and lecture. This centre aims at giving hope to Syrian youth in refugee camps by affording them an opportunity to develop on a social, mental, emotional and spiritual level.
Please assist us to help shape the generations of tomorrow so they can become contributing members of society.

Contact
Sa’uda 0794983479
Kaashifa 0828864604
Habiba 0835664212
Safiyya 0722175110

Any amount is welcome. Please donate LILLAAH ONLY to the following account:
Colours of Hope
First National Bank
Acc Number: 62677973101
Universal code: 250655
Cheque account
Ref: Youth Centre
Email: accounts@coloursofhope.org.za

My Rohingya- Fundraising Lunch

#MyRohingya Fundraising Lunch

One common message from every speaker resonated at the #MyRohingya Fundraising Lunch- “We need to do more than just donate”.
Change from within was the message from co-founders of Colours of Hope, Sauda Ismail and Kaashifa Jamal, while advocate Shabnam Mayet of Protect the Rohingya urged the audience to spread awareness and be pro-active in the protests and not be complacent with the current status. “We have failed the Rohingya” was Salaamedia’s Azhar Vadi words. The audience were left in tears with harrowing narratives from Protect the Rohingya’s Zeenat Adam and MSF’s Director of Fundraising, Ludivine Houdet along with moving visuals from both MSF and Salaamedia.