Objektif utama program ini adalah untuk memastikan lebih daripada kanak-kanak dari masyarakat terpinggir dapat memulakan sesi persekolahan tahun 2019 dengan lebih ceria dan bersemangat.
Muslim Aid takes special interest in the orphaned, refugees and internally displaced people, communities caught in the cycles of poverty, and survivors of disasters as its beneficiaries.
Date: 16th March 2019
Venue : FRIM Kepong
Categories : 3km & 5km
Qurban season is here!
Through the Muslim Aid network, your Qurban will reach over 46 countries, inshaAllah! We have two options:
For Fresh Qurban (RM480)
Fresh Qurban is done and distributed locally in 46 countries including Gaza-Palestine, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Somalia, Syria, Myanmar, India and Pakistan.
Ready-to-Eat Qurban (RM600)
Exclusively for Syria and Palestine (cans and pouches).
The meat from one sheep can fill approximately 16 cans or 23 pouches.
“Muslim Aid Asia was initially founded in 2004 to provide a platform and a focus for Malaysians, in particular, to join hands with the world community at large, in tackling the persistent and recurring problems of local and global poverty and suffering as a result of natural disaster (flood, earthquake,etc) or human made disasters (endemic poverty, civil strife, wars, etc). In 2008, Muslim Aid Asia was officially registered as a foundation to serve these goals locally and now known as Muslim Aid Malaysia Humanitarian Foundation (Muslim Aid).”
This is the basis for Muslim Aid’s micro-enterprise programme that has become among the most effective tools for reducing poverty. By supporting such activities, the poor are provided with the necessary skills to help themselves.
In addition to our online classroom, we also offer an option to take part in a live classroom. It takes place in our vast campus located in Westfield, London. Here you’ll be able to use the most up-to-date facilities and computer equipment.