Children of Jannah, a UK registered charity, was founded in 2011 to support Muslim bereaved parents and families following the devastation of the death of a child.

Our name stems from the Muslim belief that children who die before the age of puberty enter Paradise, or Jannah as it is known in Arabic. This is a key message used in supporting bereaved parents and families after their tragic loss.

Our logo depicts children in the gardens of Paradise, free from pain and suffering.

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Founder and CEO, Hafizah Ismail, appeared live on the BBC World News ‘Impact’ programme to discuss the subjects of loss and grief from an Islamic perspective.

The BBC’s global division has an audience of 300 million, including many Muslims.

Watch Hafizah’s interview, then share the video with your friends and family to help us reach out to more people.