MIWF: Share the Blessings of Qurbani 2022 – Report
On behalf of MIWF, we wish you and your family a blessed Eid al-Adha. May Allah accept your prayers and worship. For those who just completed the Hajj, we pray that Almighty Allah accepts their pilgrimage. Aameen!
MIWF has been carrying out Qurbani program in the poorest regions of India for the past 6 years. During this Eid-ul-Adha MIWF started the Qurbani Helpfeed campaign on 1st Zil Hajj, our donors booked 615 Qurbani shares. MIWF carried out its Qurbani campaign in West Bengal, Bihar, and Jharkhand, and the meat was distributed to approximately 39,000 needy people.
The meat of Qurbani was distributed among the poor and the needy at the following locations:
- Rajouli and Tithouri (Bihar)
- Kasabgola (West Bengal) and
- Giridhi (Jharkhand).
Highlighting the purpose of the Qurbani 2022 campaign, Rafeeq Ahmed Khan(President MIWF ) stated that we intended to fulfill the obligation of Qurbani this year in remote areas so that the farmers and poor families living in villages get the maximum benefit of our campaign.
Dr. Zia(MIWF India – CWC Welfare) stated that MIWF has kept complete transparency in the process of the Qurbani campaign by having an online system of receipt generation and reporting on its portal and Mobile app named Minhajconnect so that donors are satisfied with the right utilization of their Qurbani donations.
Najam Syed(President of MQII West Bengal and Manager of the Qurbani project) mentioned that many of the villagers where Qurbani was done do not even have proper shelters as they were destroyed by recent storms and flooding. MIWF Team volunteers have been working strenuously for a month in these villages to identify the low-income families. MIWF was able to benefit approximately 39,000 people through its Qurbani 2022 Help feed campaign.
We want to thank our donors and volunteers for making this campaign successful and pray that Almighty Allah accepts our sacrifice.