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Rohingya Project Update – April 2018

  The Jamiatul Ulama KZN – South Africa third relief team went to Bangladesh in support of the Rohingya refugees who remain stranded in Bangladesh without hope of returning home.     Our team undertook food distribution to the Refugees in the camps and in the housing areas which have …

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PROJECT HELP – iThemba Lethu Babies Home

  The Jamiat KZN PROJECT H.E.L.P. relief team in its continuous attempts to assist the underprivileged discovered a babies home near Cator Manor called iThemba Lethu. They are a local Durban based NGO that manage two transition babies homes committed to caring for orphaned, abandoned or vulnerable (physically, emotionally or sexually abused) …

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PROJECT H.E.L.P. – SPRINGFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL

  Alhamdulillah, on 13 March 2018 the Jamiat KZN PROJECT H.E.L.P team together with its Skills Development Centre visited the 115-year-old Springfield Primary School on Alpine Road.  This visit was prompted by the findings of a survey conducted by the Skills Youth Group, which identified this school as being very …

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Jamiatul Ulama KZN Skills Development Centre (SDC)

  JANUARY /FEBRUARY 2018 UPDATE   Alhamdulillah, we commenced with our Skills Empowerment course (January-June) 2018. The course duration is six months. Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to 3.30 pm. The current group consists of twelve dedicated learners. Eight students are Muslim whilst four are non-Muslim. Students are from …

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ROHINGYA PROJECT 2018 – BANGLADESH

  Alhamdullilah, by the Grace of Allah Ta’ala, the Jamiatul Ulama KZN has undertaken relief work in many parts of the globe in its efforts to alleviate the plight of the Ummah and to continue our global support, the Jamiatul Ulama KZN embarked on an ongoing humanitarian aid relief project …

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PROJECT H.E.L.P. – LANGELER TOWERS

South Africa is home to an estimated 4.42 million people over the age of 60, which is projected to increase to 7 million in 2030!   16% of retired people are fully dependent on state pensions, 31% have to keep on working to earn a living, and 47% depend on …

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Albert Luthuli Hospital

  The Jamiat KZN PROJECT H.EL.P. team in collaboration with its sister volunteers from Muslimah Charity Network Group visited the Oncology Department at Inkosi Albert Luthuli Hospital in Durban on 19th December 2017.     Over 35 children undergoing chemotherapy were given goody bags containing chips, sweets, juice, bottled water, crayons, …

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