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On Saturday 02 May 2015 at 20:30 PM Darul Ihsan Centre received a call from Mr Malcolm Canham, senior manager at Ethekwini Disaster Management, informing the Centre about a fire disaster at the Mallacca Road informal settlement in Red Hill - and the need for some emergency relief.
Alhamdulillah, the ‘Daughters of the Ummah’ (‘D.O.U.’), an initiative of the Youth Department of Darul Ihsan Centre - which caters specifically in activities for our young sisters - hosted another successful activity day programme at the Bluff Eco Park on Wednesday, 08 April 2015.
Over the past eight years, as a seasonal project, Darul Ihsan centre has provided blankets for needy communities in Southern Africa during the winter months. Well over a hundred communities nationally have been served with blankets and winter apparel. Areas that experience extreme winters are identified and prompt distribution is undertaken in the remote areas. The localities and recipients have continuously expressed their joy and gratitude to the Muslim community for their kindness and generosity. We take this opportunity to thank those who have assisted and continue to support this project.
On Tuesday, 03 March 2015 the Al Ihsan Relief (AIR) team of Darul Ihsan Centre came to the assistance of informal settlers who were affected by a fire disaster at the Foreman Road informal settlement in Clare Estate (Ward 25).
The Al Ihsan Relief team (AIR) of Darul Ihsan Centre came to the aid of informal settlers affected by a fire which broke out at the Palmiet Road informal settlement.
Darul Ihsan Centre’s youth wing, ‘Youth of the Ummah’ (‘YOU’) has been hosting educational, spiritual and activity programmes for boys for several years.
Continuing with its education drive to enlighten Muslims on important matters, the Darul Ihsan Social Department held a free short marriage education course titled ‘Made In Heaven’ on 11 October 2014. The programme was well received and encompassed a wide range of discussions pertaining to marriage.
Darul Ihsan Centre conducted a Qurbani programme for the less privileged in surrounding areas and localities of Durban. The purpose of the programme was to bring the atmosphere and sprit of Qurbani to communities who are not generally able to 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.
On Friday 19 September 2014 at approximately 07h30 a fire broke out at the Kennedy Road Informal Settlement in Clare Estate, Durban. The Al-Ihsan Relief Team (AIR) of Darul Ihsan Centre was swiftly on site to assess the damage and evaluate the disaster.
Ulama and scholars from all over KZN attended an informative and educational workshop on the Palestine crisis on Tuesday 19 August 2014 at the Al Falaah College in Durban. Darul Ihsan Centre identified the need for Ulama and educators of our Ummah to be empowered about this important topic as at times due to the lack of proper perspective on the situation the response and reaction to the issue is misdirected.
Darul Ihsan Centre’s blanket distribution for 2014 commenced in early winter - with initial distributions completed in Ficksburg and towns in Southern KZN.