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Sadaqatul Fitr is a Sunnah and an opportunity to ease the plight of those in need.

It also cleanses a person from any unbecoming behaviour and utterances committed during Ramadaan.

Nabi (SAW) said, The fast remains suspended between The heavens and the earth until Sadaqatul Fitr is discharged.

 
 
RAMADAAN 2014

We find ourselves blessed to witness it and live its experience and benefit from its barakah and mercy's being showered upon us and those that are fasting and the Ummah in general. The Africa Muslims Agency with its headquarters in Kuwait, and its fulltime offices across 29 countries in Africa has been servicing the needs of those that are in need generally and those that are FASTING within the month of Ramadhaan.  Read More

URGENT NEED FOR WATER IN AFRICA

Our projects are constructed in the Most Rural Villages and Needy areas of Africa

We have teams on the ground throughout the year who send regular feedback to our Projects department of areas that are in Urgent Need.


CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS:

Mozambique:

Cost of Water well: R9 500.00
Constructed and built in rural villages in Northern Mozambique, Zambezia Province (95% Muslim Population)
Costs of Jumuah Masjid in Mozambique: R 110 000
Costs of Ibaadat Masjid: R 48 000
A home for the destitute: R 12 500
Toilets (M&F): R 15 000
Wudhu Facilities (M&F): R 15 000
Madrassah: R 48 000 (2 x classrooms)
Bicycle: R 1000
Islamic Centre: R 220 000
(INCLUDES: Masjid, Madrassah, Home, Bicycle, Waterwells, Wudhu & Toilet Facilities, Maktab Costs)

Malawi:
Cost of Borehole : R40 000.00
Constructed and built in remote villages in Malawi where there is currently no water.
Costs of Jumuah Masjid (in Malawi): R 195 000
(includes toilets & Wudhu Facilities)
Masjid Complex in Malawi: R 350 000
Home for the destitute: R 45 000
Madrassah In Malawi: R 90 000 (2 classrooms)
Central African Republic Humanitarian Crises

AMA
AMA Team currently on the ground

Attacks continue on volatile Refugees in C.A.R. Refugees arriving at various Camps are faced with dire conditions. Africa Muslims Agency / Direct Aid International has recently implemented a relief campaign for refugees from the Central African Republic on the borders of Chad. The Campaign assisting more that 10 500 idp's at the Chadian Borders who were fleeing from the violence looming over Central African Republic. Our teams on the ground are at Refugee camps in "Doaaba" and "Sar" distributing food baskets consisting of rice, flour, milk, sugar and oil.
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