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Project H.E.L.P Report: Wheelchair & Hamper Drive

  Nagina is a suburb situated west of Durban in the Marian Hill area. The area has a diverse mix of races living side by side with many Muslims residents as well.     Due to being in a ‘hard to reach’ area, support for the underprivileged is often lacking. …

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Project H.E.L.P – July 2020 Report

  During the month of July 2020, the Jamiatul Ulama KZN Welfare, Project H.E.L.P & Skills Development Centre (S.D.C) have been working together to empower and uplift families and individuals who have been financially affected during the Covid-19 Lockdown. Alhamdulillah, various forms of assistance were rendered such as goods to …

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Qurbani Project Rohingyan Refugees – Bangladesh

    Alhamdullilah, by the grace of Almighty Allah Ta’ala, this year’s Qurbani project was successfully completed on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd August 2020. Detailed supervision of the entire project was meticulously conducted of each and every Qurbani animal.     The meat was distributed immediately amongst the Rohingyan …

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Project H.E.L.P – Winter Warmth Report #2

  Durban is currently experiencing a cold winter as temperatures continue dropping throughout South Africa. There are many underprivileged families in homeless shelters and informal settlements who are without the basic necessities to keep warm.   On Thursday 18th June 2020, the Jamiatul Ulama KZN Project H.E.L.P team visited the …

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Project H.E.L.P – Lockdown Report #3

  In the name of Allah Ta’ala the Most High the Most Merciful   As South Africans enter the extended stage of the Covid-19 lockdown, many poor and impoverished families face an extended challenge of sustaining their homes with basic food items to feed themselves and their families.   The …

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Project H.E.L.P Report: Lockdown Hamper Drive No.2

  As we reach day 8 of the Covid-19 Lockdown in South Africa, the Jamiatul Ulama KZN has been inundated with calls and messages for basic food requirements from all over the EThekwini Metropolitan. Many underprivileged and low income households who live on a “no work no pay” basis and …

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