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15 Jan 2018

Al-Imdaad Foundation UK volunteers kicked of the year with series of humanitarian interventions for the benefit of needy South African communities


Handover of Borehole and Back-2-School campaign

18 Jan 2018

Al-Imdaad Foundation's UK volunteers completed their humanitarian mission in South Africa on January 17th by joining a special Back-2-School programme organised by the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial legislature. The UK volunteers participated in the distribution of hygiene packs at the Nkomokazini Technichal High School together with the Honourable Premier of KwaZulu-Natal, Mr Willies Mchunu. Thereafter they moved on to the rural Loskop area in Northern KwaZulu-Natal, where they had sponsored a borehole at Phutini Secondary School. The borehole was officially handed over by the UK volunteers together with the Honourable KwaZulu-Natal Premier. Phutini Secondary had been identified as one of the most marginalised schools in the province and had previously had no running water or flush toilets. The UK donations enabled the establishment of a borehole together with pumps, 20 000 litres of Jojo tank storage, filters and taps. The borehole now benefits both the school and the surrounding community. Back-2-School stationery packs were also handed over to the school to be distributed to needy students.

Interventions in Ladysmith and Driefontein

17 Jan 2018

Al-Imdaad Foundation UK volunteers continued their programme in South Africa on Tuesday, January 16th with activities in and around the Ladysmith area in Northern KwaZulu-Natal. The team kicked off their programme at the Ladysmith Public Hospital where they participated in the Slice-4-Life sandwich distribution programme that runs daily at the institution. The teams were joined by the Honourable Mayor of Alfred Duma Local Municipality, Councilor Vincent Madlala, who also took the opportunity to hand out sandwiches together with the Al-Imdaad Foundation teams. After the Slice-4-Life programme, the teams visited a Kangaroo Mother Care centre (KMC) which was equipped by the Al-Imdaad Foundation with items linen, baby bibs, baby hats, socks, stoves, kettles and containers. The Al-Imdaad Foundation teams and the UK delegation, together with the Mayor then proceeded to Driefontein, which is a rural area outside of Ladysmith. The area was recently affected by heavy winds and storms and the team handed over food parcels to members of the affected community. A wheel chair was also handed over to a senior citizen. The team closed their day’s activities with a visit to a fully functional Phila Mtwana centre in the area which has been adopted by the Al-Imdaad Foundation.

Interventions in KwaZulu-Natal

13 Jan 2018

Al-Imdaad Foundation UK volunteers currently on the ground in South Africa kicked off their relief mission with a series of programmes in KwaZulu-Natal. They started with a Make Breakfast Possible feeding programme at an institution for the disabled and infirm. They also handed over adult diapers, wheelchairs, jojo tanks and kiddies snack packs for disabled children at the institution. The team then moved on to the Welbedacht area in Chatsworth where they conducted a public feeding programme. The third activity of the day took place at a children’s Safe Home in Chatsworth where they handed over lunch boxes with snacks for the children. Activities will continue over the next few days with kind donations from UK based donors.

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