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Around forty enthusiastic youth were hosted by Darul Ihsan this past weekend - 18 September 2021 - to participate in the quarterly ‘Learner Development Programme’ workshop.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan brought smiles and some relief to dozens of children this week when shoes were donated to an underprivileged school in Inanda, just north of Durban.
Darul Ihsan’s “Sponsor-A-Blanket” project received a major shot in the arm in the last few days after the Orient Islamic School made a substantial contribution towards the initiative.
Al Ihsan Relief (AIR) has established itself in the Gauteng province over the past few months, with multiple feeding projects that have been assisting various communities around Johannesburg.
Just as stars bring beauty to the heavens, there are people who bring light and beauty to this world. The demise of Hajee Yacoob Mulla (R) is a great loss for Darul Ihsan Centre and the Musllim community. Hajee Yaccob (R) dedicated almost five decades of his life to the service of Islam. His dedication and tireless efforts will most certainly be missed.
DURBAN: A little over two years ago, brother Ahmed sought assistance of the Darul Ihsan Welfare Department.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan spent a large part of the past week responding to the community of Chatsworth with the ongoing water crisis in the area.
KWAZULU-NATAL: The Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre dispatched more than 10 000 food hampers during the recent unrest for extensive distribution accross many areas of greater Durban and many areas of KZN as well.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre has embarked on a new project called the Fanfold Display Unit (FDU) that it hopes will help spread the message of Islam through strategic placements within the community.
KWAZULU-NATAL: Empowerment continues to be a key objective for the Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre and the organisation has successfully been achieving this through one of its many initiatives – the Fashion & Design Course.
Donors and well-wishers who give goods in kind must bear in mind that in order for the Zakah to be fulfilled, the items must be in a usable and good condition. At times expired and unusable items have been received by the Darul Ihsan Welfare Department as Zakah disbursement.
The Darul Ihsan team made its way to the northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal this past weekend - 19/20 June 2021 - to conduct the “Sponsor-A-Blanket” initiative in Vryheid and surrounding areas.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre together with the Office of the KwaZulu-Natal Premier and the Nelly Zikalala Foundation aim to help the poorest of the poor in the province.