Latest At Darul Ihsan
Poverty, harsh economic conditions and a high rate of unemployment is making extremely difficult for households to survive. Families are finding extreme difficulty to meet their daily needs of food, rental, utilities, medical expenses, transport, school fees, frail care, clothing, stationery, etc. The list goes on.
Darul Ihsan Ulama engaged with Imams, Ulama and scholars of Newcastle, Benoni and nearby towns of Northern KZN to present a broad based Ulama empowerment programme.
Households in the Durban suburb of Phoenix and surrounding areas are affected by many social conditions which impact negatively on their lives. One among the many challenges experienced is massive unemployment which has resulted is not only poverty but a desperate need for even a single meal for the day.
The Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre Outreach Team, joined by community volunteers, provided *410 hot-packed meals* to residents at the Pilgrim informal settlement in Isipingo on Saturday, 20 October 2018.
The Outreach Team of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre, together with community volunteers, supplied and distributed 390 hot-packed meals to residents at the Banana City informal settlement on Saturday, 13 October 2018.
The ‘Drug Awareness Drive’ - ‘DAD’, an initiative of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre presented a series of educational programmes on drug and substance abuse in Port Elizabeth on 16 & 17 September 2018. The Ulama of Darul Ihsan were warmly received by the PE community on a coldish weekend with plummeting temperatures.
The Social Department of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre, in its ongoing campaign to educate, inform and empower, hosted two workshops in Durban on the last weekend of August 2018.
Members of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre recently visited the LIV Village at Cottonlands in Verulam.
Widespread winter blanket distribution in Gauteng, Mpumalanga & North West Province