Latest At Darul Ihsan
The Darul Ihsan Guideline counselling team has recently kicked off support groups for revert Muslimahs in Phoenix and Congella. The support group initiative, aimed at empowering sisters to embrace their Islamic identity, has been well received thus far.
DURBAN: Applications for financial aid through the Darul Ihsan Bursary Fund (DIBF) are set to open in the coming weeks.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan launched its first open fire empowerment course last Saturday (13 November) where participants were taught how to prepare a braai and the meat that goes with it.
DURBAN: In a ground breaking development, Darul Ihsan has opened the first charity shop in Overport, Durban this past week.
PIETERMARITZBURG: Darul Ihsan recently spent the day at Northdale Clinic in Pietermaritzburg where it executed its Feed-A-Patient programme to those attending an open day that was held at the medical facility.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre has helped establish three micro-libraries with an estimated 450 books at two Madrasahs.
DURBAN: Darul Ihsan continues to assist some of those members of the community that are still feeling the aftershocks of July’s unrest.
KWAZULU-NATAL: Darul Ihsan has expanded its Caregiver Course to a third training centre that is now based out of Pietermaritzburg.
KWAZULU-NATAL: The Darul Ihsan Relief Team has provided a poverty-stricken family on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast with the gift of water.
DURBAN: Political stalwart Dr. Ismail Vadi was a special guest of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre on Monday 27 September, 2021 where he delivered a presentation on the recent KZN riots and also spoke about the upcoming local government elections.
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.
The Darul Ihsan Welfare Department continuously strives to be more creative in its execution of assistance by making assistance support effective as a means of Dawah.
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.
Darul Ihsan’s efforts to assist the underprivileged communities in the deepest and most rural parts of KwaZulu-Natal is bearing fruits.
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.