Latest At Darul Ihsan
KWAZULU-NATAL: Darul Ihsan Centre continues to expand its skills development initiatives by launching operations in Danhauser in Northern KwaZulu-Natal.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan is now offering a Computer Literacy course to the community whereby participants are provided with basic skills on how to operate this important tool that has become essential to almost every industry.
DURBAN: The recent floods in KwaZulu-Natal have washed away the homes and belongings of many in the province leaving them with nothing more than the clothing on their backs.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan is now offering a Computer Literacy course to the community whereby they are provided with basic skills on how to operate this important tool that has become essential to almost every industry.
KWAZULU-NATAL: Darul Ihsan has continued to expand its development centre operations with Danhauser in Northern KwaZulu-Natal now offering a Fashion and Design program to the community.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan continues to uplift and educate communities through the provision of much needed Islamic literature by donating more than 2300 books since the beginning of this year – 2022.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre’s ‘Feed-a-Pupil’ project has made a successful return for the first time since the start of Covid-19 pandemic just under two years ago.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan’s first Learner Development Programme (LDP) for 2022 was successfully held over the weekend – 12 March 2022 - when the topic of technology was unpacked.
DURBAN: The Darul Ihsan “Sponsor-a-Kajoor Pack” programme is well underway and fast approaching its target of ten thousand (10 000) kilograms of dates.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan will undertake a busy Iftar Feeding Programme when the month of Ramadan begins early next month.
The Al-Ihsan Caregiver Course is a significant empowerment project of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre. Alhamdulillah, this courses has been in operation since 2017.
By the grace of Allah Ta’ala the Al Ihsan Fashion & Design Course has rapidly developed into a dynamic empowerment project of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre.
DURBAN: The Darul Ihsan Welfare Department continues to assist the public daily with their basic needs and requirements to survive during the current challenging economic times.
ESHOWE: Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre extended its support of the Office of the KwaZulu-Natal Premier together with the the Nelly Zikalala Foundation, over the past weekend when it assisted a student Empowerment Programme that was held in Eshowe.
Darul Ihsan has donated a special garden patch, borehole and hampers to the community of Nongomo on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast.
DURBAN: The Darul Ihsan library continues to grow at its headquarters in Sea Cow Lake, offering the community a wide variety of literature to choose from.