Alhamdulillah, praise be to Allah SWT who has facilitated all our affairs especially pertaining to the Qurban rites this year.
We are pleased to inform that Nur Insan’s Qurban meat distribution has been successfully fulfilled. With your support, a total of 2629 Qurban shares have been distributed to needy recipients residing in 12 different countries. Thanks to your contribution, these families and individuals were given the chance to celebrate a meaningful Eidul Adha with great joy.
We would like to express out utmost gratitude for your sacrifice. May Allah SWT rewards you with abundance in wealth, health and faith for your generosity and continuous support. Allahumma Ameen.
We are grateful to announce that with your help, we were able to reach 174,592 people this year.
Thank you for your contribution and support.
It's disheartening to know that there are 418 million undernourished people in Asia, particularly those living in rural areas where poverty is widespread and access to nutritious food is a constant challenge. Thankfully, your Qurban donations this year made a remarkable impact on feeding beneficiaries in five Asian countries, including India where the program was most extensive and helped over 44,000 individuals.
Fresh Qurban meat was distributed across several villages, providing much-needed nourishment to those who need it the most. Your contribution has made a significant difference in the lives of these people, and for that, we thank you.
Mdm Basiah, who is known as Inak (Mother) in her village was abandoned by her children to live alone in a small home in Moncok Telaga Mas, Lombok.
She collects empty plastic bottles to make ends meet. It takes a hard work for 4-5 days to fill up her gunny sack, which she sells to a rubbish collector for IDR 15,000 ($1.35).
Through her grit and determination, she managed to save enough money for the past 15 years to be able to perform Umrah during Syawal this year.
She also attends a Quran recitation class every afternoon with fellow villagers of all ages. She is adamant that everyone has a responsibility to pursue knowledge in order to find comfort in life. Amazingly resilient despite all of her setbacks, she is a role model for everyone to consider and draw inspiration from. For all her patience and strife through the difficulties in this Dunya, we believe that many doors have been opened to welcome her in Jannah. We pray that Allah SWT grants her infinite blessings in both worlds.
Mr Moqbuul and his wife grew up in Sreenagar, Bangladesh since they were small. The village they reside in is in destitute condition, with electricity cutting off on an average of 8 times every day. In the summer, they struggle with the scorching sun and boiling temperatures indoors. In rainy seasons, they battle with layers of mud surrounding their house and covering the streets.
Due to illness, Mr Moqbuul is missing most of his toes, rendering him unable to walk long distances and carry out strenuous activities. As a result, he can no longer work and provide for himself and his wife. Thus, his wife had to step up and become the sole breadwinner for their family.
Mr Moqbuul says that everyday, he is uncertain on whether or not there will be food. As the Malay saying goes, "Kais pagi makan pagi kais petang makan petang," which means that they make just enough from their work in the morning to have their morning meal, and make just enough from the evening work to sustain themselves for the evening.