Zubair Khalil Khan, Director Projects Humanity First Germany for South Eastern Europe On 7 September 2021, a newspaper published an agonising anti-Ahmadiyya report as a...
Najm Khan Director External Affairs, Humanity First UK The life of a non-profit organisation and charity can be a challenging one. When you are dependent on...
Wasim Ahmad, Missionary, Macedonia For many years, Humanity First Germany has been carrying out several projects in North Macedonia in order to serve those in...
Muhammad Jamal, Niger Correspondent The drinking water crisis in Africa is an issue well known and an infamous reality; people are compelled to drink water...
Ahmadiyya Youngsters who have come all the way from the UK, France and Germany to study medicine in Bulgaria were lined up for a great cause to donate their blood for the people of Bulgaria.
In a festive ceremony organised by the mayor of the municipality of Kumanovo, Macedonia, on 22 January 2019, Abdullah Wagishauser Sahib, National Amir of Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Germany officially handed over a van specially designed to transport disabled children.
On 19 and 20 December, the humanitarian aid action from Humanity First continued its services in the municipality of Pristina.
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