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Basic Nutrition for Learners
During the month of May, the Acting Centre Manager of the Thembalethu Care Centre in Lamontville expressed heartfelt gratitude for the Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre’s (DHC) ongoing support of the institute over the years.
The Lamontville Thembalethu Care Centre is a day care centre for orphaned and vulnerable children. The centre also caters for grandmother-headed and destitute families, as well as single parents.
Sea Cow Lake, Durban: Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre hosted well known scholar of Hadith, Hazrat Moulana Imdaadullah Saheb (DB) of Karachi for 2 days, on 13 and 14 May 2023.
That “food-gardening” is a vital need of the hour, is universally acknowledged. Many experienced farmers, horticulturists and other food producers have been constantly warning that there will soon come a time when: “…only those who’ve befriended the ground (soil) will survive.”
During the start of May, Feed the Needy – a Darul Ihsan initiative to provide meals to the underprivileged – has distributed over 1000 hot meals.
Through its outreach programmes, Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre is constantly working towards supporting the community at large. The Guideline Counselling department sought to get involved and bring joy to some of our senior citizens for Eid-al-Fitr 1444.
This Monday; 10 April 2023; the Daughters of the Ummah (DOU) group hosted an event at the Darul Ihsan Centre in Sea Cow Lake for the Muslimah youth titled ‘Fikr for Zikr’.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre, through its outreach programmes assists the community at large.
This Saturday, 4 March 2023, the Daughters of the Ummah (DOU) group hosted a programme at Al-Falaah College for the Muslimah youth titled ‘Mu’min 101’.
There are individuals in our community who are silently suffering the disastrous effects of acute social deprivation. Some of the maladies responsible for this adversity are:
On Wednesday; 15 February 2023; the Darul Ihsan Centre Operations Team distributed 75 navy long trousers to male pupils at the Christopher Nxumalo School in Chesterville, Durban. The distribution was overseen by the school’s HOD, Ms. Zandile Dhlamini.
On Tuesday and Thursday last week – 6 February and 9 February 2023 – the Darul Ihsan Centre hosted a feeding scheme from the main branch in Sea Cow Lake through its ‘Feed the Needy’ initiative.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Center's Relief Team facilitated a Walimah feast kindly extended to the needy on Sunday 12 February 2023, by a newly wed couple.
With the help of non-profit organisation Al Ihsan, Overport Secondary School has established a gardening initiative by the name ‘The Garden Patch’.
After a break of three years, due to “Covid-19 Restrictions”, Darul Ihsan’s Clinic & Wellness Day resumed on the 29th of January 2023.