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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.
The ‘Al Ihsan Fashion & Design Course’ which was put on hold during the lockdown period has resumed. Currently classes are held in Marianhill and Phoenix. Plans are underway to establish the programme in Illovo and Overport, Insha Allah. The course is offered to adult females at no cost.
On Thursday, 20 August 2020 a huge fire incident at the Umgudulu Road Informal settlement (Reservoir Hills, Ward 23) resulted in 240 dwellings being razed to the ground, almost 500 residents left without homes and a female resident sustaining an injury. Fortunately, there were no fatalities.
Kindly be informed that Marriage Registrations - which were on hold due to the lockdown - are back to normal at Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre’s Overport office (Third Floor, GEM Towers, 98 Overport Drive, Overport).
For further information, kindly call 031 577 5786
Feeding outreaches to the less fortunate are ongoing projects of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre and have continued – with strict adherence to all conditions of the lockdown – to support our beleaguered communities.
The ‘Feed A Patient’ project of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre has, over the years, provided ‘comfort’ in the form of meals and supplies to many patients at hospitals and health care centres in Durban and surrounding areas.Further, it has continued with the relief programme despite the lockdown.