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Tanzania: Qurbani

Following the Sunnah of Ibrahim ‘aleyhis-salaam:Eid-ul-Adha is a time of celebration and sacrifice for Muslims when the noble acts of the Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) are commemorated. It is a time not only for enjoyment but to fulfill our religious obligations by distributing fresh meat to feed the poor and needy.As…

Tanzania: Ramadhan Food Packs

For millions, Ramadan is a period of joy and happiness. But for people of Tanzania, it is not different from any other day. The devout Muslims of Tanzania will eat same boiled maize flour called “Ugali” be it seher or aftaar, Eid or any other day. There is no other…

Tanzania: Education

REBUILDING SCHOOLI Help bringing children back to schools- Investing in futureThere are 34 primary schools in Pangani District with a total number of students amounting 11,525 (boys 5,789 and girls 5,736).The primary schools suffer from poor infrastructure such as lack of toilets, WASH facilities, teacher offices (39 primary school teachers…

Tanzania: Water and Sanitation Project

“Can you imagine walking 4 KM daily to fetch 20 liter water for drinking in 21th Century” Yes, it is a common phenomenon in rural areas of Tanzania.”Access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation is necessary for health, poverty alleviation and gender equality. Yet, in Tanzania 21.6 million people…

Tanzania : Children’s Eco Village

Islamic Help has launched and exciting and innovative project in Tanzania to support 160 orphans and vulnerable children, create jobs and livelihood for communities and to establish a legacy of sustainability and development. The Children’s Eco Village is located in the Mkurunga district, just outside the capital Dares Salaam and…

Tanzania: Trees for Change

Tanzania burns one million tons of charcoal each year, which amounts to clearing more than 300 hectares (about 750 acres) of forest every day for charcoal production. That is about 1,000 sq miles each year or the equivalent of about two New York Cities, including its five boroughs. Unfortunately, the…

Tanzania: Orphan Care

https://youtu.be/LAdentIcapUIslamic Help’s orphan’s sponsorship scheme supports the most vulnerable orphans, caught in the throes of conflict, poverty as well as instability, living either in an orphanage or with their family members.‘’There are 3.1 million orphans children in Tanzania, of which only about 6% receive external support, the rest are left…

Tanzania: Nutrition Project

33% of the children living in coastal regions are malnourished. With the help of BURAQ East Africa (PVT) limited, Islamic Help Tanzania on a regular basis is providing nutrient enriched milk like Lactogen and Nido for hospitals as well as orphanages.

Tanzania: Agriculture Tractor Project

About 80% of the coastal regions’ population depends on agriculture for their living. Simultaneously, 90% of farmers live on less than a dollar a day, making their survival an extremely difficult challenge to overcome. While Pangani District has 122.000 hectares of land favorable for agriculture, only 40,088.75 hectares are currently…

Tanzania: Small Enterprises Development Project

Extremely vulnerable individuals (EVIs) face scarcity of assets related to their physical condition. Islamic Help Tanzania defines EVIs as widows, extremely poor individuals living on less than a dollar day, persons with physical disability and HIV. Limited access to resources, stigma/abuse, negligence and discrimination are the common issues that they…