Sadaqah is a voluntary act of charity towards others, whether through monetary generosity or any other acts of kindness. Actions like good deeds, helping others, removing harm from people’s path, a simple smile… are all considered a form of Sadaqah when they are done purely for the sake of pleasing Allah swt.

Inclusion is the only way to provide opportunities and equal access to Persons with Disabilities (PWDs). One in eight people in the world today are aged 60 or older, and 15 per cent of the world’s population live with a disability.

Charity takes centre stage at every Muslim household and so does Zakat in the month of Ramadan, and even throughout the year. Zakat is not just obligatory charity, it an act of worship and an act of service to humanity.

Water is a fundamental right and a basic necessity, yet an estimated 790 million people (11% of the world’s population) are without access to an improved water supply.

District Tharparkar is located in the southernmost part of Sindh. According to the Human Development Index….

Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, or the Hijri calendar based on the lunar cycle.

The concept of charity is so rooted in Islam that Allah SWT sent incessant reminders in the Quran on the importance of charity and its beautiful rewards.

Malookan is an 89 year old woman who lives literally in the middle of the desert, in its wilderness – in the wilderness of Tharparkar, Pakistan.

When Little Kausar was just seven days old, she went through a serious episode of meningitis that left her paralyzed from waist down.