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Activity Report Back

‘Youth of the Ummah’ (Y.O.U) - the youth wing of Darul Ihsan Centre - hosted a ‘Revive the Sunnah’ one-day activity programme for high school boys at Al Falaah College on Saturday, 10 October 2015.

A third session of the ‘Handyman Basics’ course in the ‘Skills Development Programme’ of Darul Ihsan was held at the centre’s Gem Towers office in Overport on Saturday, 03 October 2015.

Addiction to drugs and substance abuse is having a devastating impact on our society. Drugs have become a menace and a destroyer of lives in the modern world. Drug addicts are unproductive and burdensome. In order to support the drug habit, they may resort to any means - begging, stealing and criminal activities are common among them.

Ibn Umar (RA) narrates that Nabi (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) wore a white hat. (Tibrani)

Darul Ihsan Centre conducted its annual Qurbani programme for the less privileged in various rural areas of KZN. The program entails procurement of animals and is fully coordinated till distribution of meat parcels to worthy recipients. The purpose of the programme is to bring the lessons, atmosphere and spirit of Qurbani to communities who do not generally experience it. This also creates the opportunity for community members and volunteers to interact and share the day of Eid with fellow Muslims of different communities.

Continuing with its community initiatives, on Thursday 03 September 2015, Darul Ihsan, through its Muslim Empowerment Fund provided combo meals, fruit packs and stationery packs to 50 children at King Dinizulu Hospital in Asherville. The programme was arranged in conjunction with the Pharmacy Department as part of their Pharmacy Awareness Week Event.

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