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Wednesday, 02 August 2017

Qurbani: How Many Did You Feed?

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As we now eagerly approach the coming of Eid al-Adha over the next coming weeks, let's take a look at how you fed impoverished communities last year.

Your Qurbani sacrifices provided fresh meat for families in desperate need across the world. From refugees in Lebanon to victims of drought in East Africa, your generosity allowed our Ummah to truly enjoy the blessed days of Eid. Thanks to your donations, our teams on the ground were able to carry out enough sacrifices to provide around 477 tonnes of meat in 40 countries, reaching over 1.9 million people around the world, many of whom only eat meat once or twice a year.

Take a look at how you made Eid al-Adha special for so many families.

Young and old, you fed almost two million people across Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America, alhamdulillah!
A young girl in Balochistan receiving Qurbani meat
You helped feed families across Palestine masha'Allah
For many people living in poverty, Eid is the only time of the year they can eat meat, so you helped make this time truly special!
A happy blessed Eid al-Adha in Sri Lanka!
A family in Bangladesh tucks into a tasty Eid meal with their Qurbani meat

Thank you for all your generous donations. Your support is invaluable in providing livelihoods and food aid to families who often struggle to survive.

This year, with prices starting from just R600, we’ve got something to suit every budget with Qurbani available in 38 countries. From famine-struck Somalia, war-torn Syria or besieged Gaza, your Qurbani will make a vital difference to these local communities.

Make your sacrifice for the sake of Allah (swt). Donate today.

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.