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Philippines Typhoon Haiyan Appeal
MORE than 10,000 people are feared dead after the fiercest typhoon ever recorded laid waste to The Philippines' east, overwhelming emergency services and leaving bodies rotting in the streets of shattered cities and towns. Tacloban, the provincial capital of Leyte, was smashed by 315km/h winds and ocean surges that flattened homes, turned cars into "tumbleweeds" and hurled ships hundreds of metres inland, creating a putrid swamp of debris and death.
Municipal water systems have also been destroyed. Because of the lack of electricity, personal water pumps and household purifiers are not operational. Flood waters have contaminated wells and pump sources. It will be several weeks, if not months before this part of the country is self-sufficient in terms of clean water production.
Muslim Aid Australia has developed a project to provide clean drinking water to mitigate the effects of water contamination.
Phase 1: Begin setting up water purification units around disaster zones. This will allow beneficiaries to transport clean water back to their homes, shelters or temporary residences so they can safely use clean water for cooking and drinking.
Phase 2: Distribute water purification tablets to beneficiaries. These 1.4 million water purification tablets are designed to purify water at the household level and will produce 1.4 million litres of clean water. The targeted beneficiaries will be women, children, men and the elderly in typhoon affected regions.
You support is urgently needed to provide access to clean water to the victims of the disaster. Please donate generously.
To donate directly into account:
Muslim Aid Australia
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Account no: 10 448 216
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with Your details and where you would like the funds to go, so a receipt can be provided to you accordingly. 'All donations are tax deductable.'
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OrphanAid Kenya Update 2013
Fight the Fire
The October fires that continue to sweep across parts of NSW are some of the worst the nation has ever seen. More than 200 properties have been destroyed, while firefighters are battling 60 fires across the state – and there are still fears that the worst is yet to come as winds increase.
While the devastation continues, our thoughts turn to how we can help those in need: those who have already lost their homes and businesses – or worse, their loved ones, those who are holding out hope that their homes will still be standing when they return to them, those brave men and women who are fighting the fires around the clock, and all those who are supporting them through these dark times.
Muslim Aid Australia along with Al-Imdaad Foundation, Muslim Charitable Foundation and World Orphan Fund are working together to provide much needed support to those affected.
Financial donations are the most effective way to quickly provide the right kind of assistance to people who need it most. Your donation allows us to support people struggling with the aftermath and devastation caused by the fires.
Your generous donation will make the road to recovery easier for the people affected by these horrific fires.
To donate please use our bank account for local projects:
Account Name: Muslim Aid Australia
BSB: 062 191
Account Number: 1044 8259
Reference: (Your name) NSWBUSHFIRE
Please email: email@example.com with your details and where you would like the funds to go, so a receipt can be provided to you accordingly.
Please note your donations for this project are NOT Tax Deductible.
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Thank You for a making a difference this Ramadan
MAA Delivers in South Africa
Sheikh Hassan Elsetohy, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Muslim Aid Australia, toured the Al-Imdaad Foundation and Student Relief Fund projects in South Africa from April 12 to 17, 2013.
He visited projects across South Africa including the cities of Johannesburg, Durban and Estcourt.
The Slice-4-Life feeding scheme was at the forefront of his visit, and helped provide nutritional meals to thousands of patients across South African hospitals and clinics. The CEO assisted the distribution of sandwiches in the following establishments:
Sheikh Hassan continued his tour to Early Childhood Development Centres in Vlakfontein and Lyndhurst as well as the Islamic Medical Association's Malukazi Clinic Creche. Hats, gloves and sweets were distributed to the impoverished children. The Sheikh Hassan also provided blankets to patients of the Islamic Malukazi Clinic. The Al-Imdaad Foundation's Home-Based Training Care Facility at the clinic was also visited, where students are trained to be care-givers. MAA’s CEO was able to witness the inspiring grass-roots approaches that empower locals to support their communities.
The Sheikh continued on and visited two homes built by the Al-Imdaad Foundation at Inchanga and Imbabazane. The homes in Inchanga were built for two elderly women and while visiting there and in gratitude for their warm welcome, he provided them with food hampers. The Imbabazane home is still being constructed but will soon be a home for orphans. Blankets and food hampers were distributed in Imbabazane.
Finally, on the outskirts of Pietermaritzburg, the Sheikh paid a visit to Madrassa An-Noor for the Blind where he visited Ulema and Huffaz that were learning to read the Quran despite their lack of sight. MAA’s CEO was both mesmerized and humbled by this experience.
MAA Signs MoU with AIF
After five days of visiting the various cities and initiatives, the Shiekh's visit culminated with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Muslim Aid Australia and the Al-Imdaad Foundation, which cemented ties between the two organisations. The memorandum acknowledges that although the two organisations are on opposite ends of the world, they can still work closely together to serve humanity.
(left to right)
Country Director of Al-Imdaad Australia, Sheikh Burhaan Mehtar,
CEO of Muslim Aid Australia, Sheikh Hassan Elsetohy, and
CEO of Al-Imdaad Foundation South Africa, Yacoob Vahed
Global Aid Fundraiser
Othman Bin Affan Mosque & Muslim Aid Australia bring you the Ramadan Global Aid Fundraiser.
When: Saturday 6th July
Time: 10am – 5pm
Where: 22 Water St, Cabramatta West, NSW
From the Team at MAA, we wish to congratulate Crescents of Brisbane on their 10th Anniversary CresWalk 2013!
We were honoured to be part of such a well-organised and fun-filled day! We thoroughly enjoyed walking/running along the Brisbane River and meeting so many new and familiar faces.
The team’s successful efforts of bringing the Brisbane community together for 10 years will always be appreciated, and we hope this will continue for at least 10 more, in sha Allah.
Our Open Day!
MAA’s inaugural open day was held at our new location in Bankstown on Saturday 21 April, 2013 and we have to say it was a huge success! With over 200 attendees we will definitely be in planning for the year ahead!
The open day was a fun opportunity for families to come together and enjoy the wonderful weather with a BBQ and activities for the children, while learning about the work MAA will be delivering over the next 18 months. MAA’S CEO provided a glimpse into the commendable work the organisation does for numerous international communities and maintained a captive audience when giving guests a window into MAA’s future projects and opportunities. Guests were amazed to learn more about MAA endeavours and particularly the future and vision that has been led by Sheikh Hassan. MAA hopes this will be a catalyst to change the international charity world and allow MAA to be at forefront of Islamic-based charity and humanitarian aid.
The open day will now be an annual community event for MAA and we encourage you and your families to come along next year and join us, or visit anytime to speak to the team.
We must take the time to give a heartfelt thank you and sincere dua’s for the generous members of the community who donated their time and efforts for the blessed day:
Written by: Tasnia Alam
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