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The Social Department of Darul Ihsan Centre convened two important marriage workshops for sisters in Durban.
The ‘Drug Awareness Drive’ (DAD) is an educational initiative of Darul Ihsan Centre to educate our society on the impact of the social scourge of drugs and substance abuse. ‘DAD’ most recently hosted a drug awareness campaign in the greater Chatsworth area on 1st and 2nd September 2016.
Darul Ihsan Centre - through its Muslim Empowerment Fund and in a joint relief operation with the Ballim family of Westville - distributed 400 hot meals to children and adults at the Banana City informal settlement in Durban’s Reservoir Hills on Sunday, 04 September 2016.
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.
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.
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.