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Human Relief Foundation

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Human Relief Foundation
Human Relief Foundation.jpg
Founded 1991
Founder Trustees
Focus Education, Health, Orphans, Water, Emergency Relief.
Origins Manchester, England

Human Relief Foundation (HRF) is a charity set up by the United Kingdom in 1991. Since the last war on Iraq (2003), HRF paid attention for the training courses for doctors. It sent a considerable number of medical staff from the UK to help train the Iraqi doctors on various subjects. HRF thinks that the need for qualified doctors in Iraq is increasing as a result of the deteriorating situation. So it is aiming to train 5,000 doctors during the coming years, hoping that they will keep them updated with the latest knowledge of Medicine available in the world.[1][2][3][4][5]

HRF responds to the emergency situations by providing aid to the damaged areas in different parts of the world, and it tries to reduce the major losses caused by these disasters. HRF was one of the charities in the UK which participated to raise up to £500,000 as response to the earthquake happened in Sri Lanka in 2004. [6]

HRF working to improve the living standards of the people who are in need through preparing a number of development programmes, According to The Times the director of Human Relief Foundation Nabeel Ramadhani said, HRF has helped the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan, although there is no office in Palestine.[2] [7]


  1. ^ Claire Lomax (2008-03-07). "Bradford health staff help Iraq". Telegraph and Argus. Archived from the original on 2009-04-25. The Human Relief Foundation (HRF), which was set up in 1991 in response to the Gulf War, aims to train more than 150 Iraqi doctors this year in a bid to make up for the 5,000 medical staff who have fled the country since 2003
  2. ^ a b Richard Kerbaj (2008-09-05). "British aid workers risk arrest in Gaza". London: The Times. Archived from the original on 2009-04-25. Nabeel Ramadhani, the director of the Human Relief Foundation, said that his organisation helped Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan and did not have an office in the Palestinian territories. It has also been wrongly named Humanitarian Relief Foundation by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. “The reason behind it [the proscription] is not clear for me,” he said. “I never dealt with anyone in the Government in the Palestinian territories.”
  3. ^ "At-a-glance: UK aid drive". BBC News. 2004-12-29.
  4. ^ Merhala Selvarajah (2006-07-27). "Surplus hospital beds on their way to Iraq". Crosby Herald. Archived from the original on 2009-04-25.
  5. ^ Peter Lazenby (2006-01-02). "'We've put roofs over 2,000 refugees' heads'". Yorkshire Evening Post. Archived from the original on 2009-04-26.
  6. ^ David Derbyshire (2004-12-30). "Benn reacts to critics by raising aid to £15m". the telegraph.
  7. ^ Human Relief Report. "'What we do'".

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