Appeal target £35,000


Not Zakah Eligible

The project seeks to raise the standard of living of 19 war-affected orphans in Sana’a by providing integrated care, including health, nutrition, education, recreational activities and psychological support.

The cost of the project is £35,000 for one year to be implemented during the period from Ramadan 2021 to Ramadan 2022. The objective of this project is to contribute to the building of future generations that can develop themselves and build their communities, by enhancing their abilities and potential to have a clear impact.

The orphan’s guarantee was limited to providing money every month without paying attention to other needs and trying to fill the void left by the father’s absence. Hence, the idea of ​​working out an integrated plan to ensure orphans in all respects, whether material, health, nutrition, education, recreational activities and psychological support, and try to create a suitable environment for their growth properly. And contribute to raising the awareness of mothers in how to raise children and build their personalities in a positive and sound. 

Cost breakdown of Yemen project


  1. Build leadership skills for orphans to play a role in building and improving society 
  2. Provide opportunities for orphans in areas suitable for their creativity.


  1. Empower a new generation to assume a leadership role in the development of Yemen.
  2. Train orphans on basic skills that responds to the market needs.
  3. Offer scholarships for the underprivileged orphans.
  4. Give orphans a level of financial sufficiency so that they do not have to seek help from another person.
  5. Provide health and psychological care to ensure their growth without suffering from physical or psychological diseases.

Not Zakah Eligible

BTIT have sponsored over 20 orphans and students in India, Iraq and Pakistan