Coronavirus Appeal


Help the vulnerable cope with this crisis

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Coronavirus Key Facts

There are now 1655 confirmed Coronavirus cases in South Africa

11 South Africans have died from Covid-19

56873 tests have already been conducted in South Africa

Our Crisis Response in South Africa

The Prophet (saw) said, ‘Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity’. (Tirmidhi)

In the last few weeks, the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has brought the world to a standstill, causing businesses to close and forcing many to lose their income.

The virus has already claimed the lives of thousands around the world, and many more are expected to be affected in the coming weeks and months.

For many vulnerable South Africans living on the streets or in informal settlements, this is an especially worrying time. These communities are most at risk of contracting the virus and many of them have little to no access to clean water or healthcare facilities.

Despite the challenges of a nationwide lockdown, we remain committed to helping those most in need. Our teams on the ground are working in townships and remote areas of the country to support the helpless.

In partnership with the Department of Health, our immediate efforts in South Africa include:

• Distributing food hampers to the elderly
• Providing door-to-door deliveries of essential medication to those most in need
• Sourcing and supplying hand sanitizer and face masks to vulnerable communities
• Giving immune booster supplements in old-age homes

The number of people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic continues to rise each day. The situation is ever-changing and incredibly challenging.

Your generous contribution will make a significant difference to those most in need and help save thousands of lives. Please donate now.

Muslim Hands on the Front Line


Coronavirus Prevention

Help Stop The Spread Of COVID-19

If you have returned from another country, self-isolate for 2 weeks

Practice social distancing by limiting contact with others

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

Limit your contact with people who are at higher risk, including the elderly or immunocompromised individuals

When you are around others, maintain a 2 m distance

Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands

Help The Most Vulnerable Cope With Pandemic

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Muslim Hands ZA

Established in 1996, Muslim Hands South Africa is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.