The interactive cooking class will be screened on Zoom, a free mobile app. We will send you a list of ingredients beforehand so that you are fully prepared and there will be plenty of opportunity during the class to get some tips and tricks from the host.
Ayesha will also be giving away a selection of six Krea spice blends and a Berlinger Haus grill pan, roti pan and cooking pot during the class.
This is a very important cause for Ayesha, who’s family comes from Mynamar. Since 2017, more than a million Rohingya people have fled their brutal military in what the United Nations has described as genocidal violence and indescribable torture. The majority have sought refuge in the Kutupalong-Blaukhali refugee camp in Cox’s Bazaar Bangladesh, which is now the world’s largest refugee camp.
Living conditions here are horrifying. The water is riddled with mud and human waste, food and medication are in short supply and the cramped space is a breeding ground for diseases like Cholera, Polio, and Diphtheria as well as infections like the Coronavirus. Winter is approaching, and the makeshift shelters are at risk from floods and landslides caused by seasonal monsoon rains.
Your donation of R300 will help us continue to distribute emergency aid to helpless Rohingya families, including essential foods, medication, blankets, and children's clothing, as well as set up long-term projects like schools, clinics, and community water wells.
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.