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One should constantly be grateful and thankful to Allah Ta’ala for the infinite bounties and favours He showers upon us. At times one can become unmindful and oblivious of Allah’s magnanimity and of our need and dependence upon His favours.

On Monday, 04 July 2016 the Darul Ihsan Centre Relief Department was informed by Mr Brett Goodwill of Ethekwini Disaster Management that a fire incident had taken place at the Joanna Road Informal Settlement (Sea Cow Lake) on Sunday, 03 July where about 95 shacks were razed to the ground affecting some 250 people - fortunately, with no fatalities or injuries.

On Saturday 02 July 2016 the Darul Ihsan Relief team received a call from the Head of Ethekweni Disaster Management, Mr Wilfred Mkhwanazi, informing the Centre of a fire incident that had taken place in the early hours of the morning at the Temple Road Informal Settlement in Sea Cow Lake, Durban – with a requisition for the provision of food assistance for the affected and distraught residents of the settlement.

On Saturday, 02 July 2016 the Darul Ihsan Relief team, together with volunteers, provided some relief to about 90 destitute families residing in abandoned buildings along Georgehill Road in Sydenham, Durban.

The Darul Ihsan Centre Relief team, together with volunteers, provided 250 hot meals to residents of the Malacca Road informal Settlement on Sunday, 26 June 2016.

Every Ramadan, Darul Ihsan Centre - through its ‘Muslim Empowerment Fund’ (MEF) - facilitates an Iftar programme in certain disadvantaged areas. The idea is to bring the nourishment of good food and happiness to those who do not normally enjoy this privilege in Ramadan.

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