Latest At Darul Ihsan
With an average of R1-million per month disbursed and 700 families and individuals assisted, the Darul Ihsan Welfare Department is continuing to fulfil its quest to help the poor.
Just over 30 youth from the eThekwini region were recently taken through a workshop facilitated by Darul Ihsan on the subject of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the implications that this new phenomenon poses to the world.
On Sunday, 13 December 2020 the Eswatini Muslim Women Organisation (EMWO) held its first Jalsa (sisters programme) in the Kingdom of Eswatini (Swaziland).
On Tuesday, 15 December 2020 the Relief Team of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre partnered with the Newcastle and Dannhauser municipalities in community outreaches.
World AIDS Day is commemorated each year on the 1st of December and is an opportunity for every community to unite in the fight against HIV, show support for people living with HIV and remember those who have died.
The tertiary learners of MA Motala Centre in Wyebank, Durban visited Darul Ihsan Centre on Saturday, 14 November, 2020. Presentations on the ‘Fiqh of Nikah’, ‘Traditional Marriages’ and ‘Practical Married Life’ were conducted by Ulama of Darul Ihsan. Maulana Moosa Phiri Saheb of Darul Ihsan engaged the learners in some robust discussions on issues of local tradition, lobola, pre marriage pregnancies and similar social issues relating to marriage.
On Sunday 25 October 2020, in the late hours of the night, a huge fire broke out at the New Germany Road informal settlement resulting in 412 dwellings being razed to the ground with 900 residents left without homes and an adult male sustaining first degree burns.
Rural indigenous women play a crucial role in agriculture, food farming and nutrition as they struggle through their daily lives. Many rural women suffer from a lack of access to technology and markets to improve their work and personal life. Despite their difficulties many of these rural women are breadwinners for their families, especially in the rural Umkhanyakude District in Jozini.
The tertiary learners of MA Motala Centre in Wyebank, Durban visited Darul Ihsan Centre on Saturday, 19 September, 2020.
Darul Ihsan was fortunate to host Darul Uloom Newcastle and its KZN graduates at the Darul Ihsan Centre on Saturday, 12 September.