We have been responding to the needs of the poorest in Malawi since 2007 and implementing Qurbani on behalf of its generous supporters.
We make sure the most impoverished and poorest people living in the most remote areas, where the communities hardly receive any support, benefit from the Qurbani. We target the vulnerable, elderly and sick. For many this will the only meat they have on many, many months.
Our Qurbani programme is well organised and reaches out too many poor families and individuals in the most remote areas at this festive time.
For many Malawians meat is a luxury they cannot afford they very much look forward to this festive season.
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On whom Qurbani (Udhiyah) is Wajib? Qurbani is an Urdu and Persian word derived from the Arabic word “Qurban”, which literally means an act performed to seek Allah’s pleasure. It is technically used for the sacrifice of an animal slaughtered for the sake of Allah following the practice of Prophet Ibrahim (AS).
It is carried out in the holy month of Zul Hijjah in the Days of Eid-ul-Adha.
Qurbani is wajib on every Muslim who is of sound mind, mature (who has reached the age of puberty), living in his home town (i.e. he is not a traveller) and possesses the amount of fifty two and half totals of silver (612-36 grams) or wealth equivalent to that value which is in excess of one’s (basic) needs.
It is not necessary that this amount be in one’s possession for a complete lunar year. It’s possession during the three days of Qurbani will make Qurbani obligatory.
Qurbani is not incumbent on a child or an insane person whether they own wealth equivalent to the amount above or not, nor is it wajib upon their guardians to perform it on their behalf. Similarly, it is not wajib on a traveller
Qurbani 2021 Complete.
Your Qurbani was completed the day after Eid-al-adha 2021 in Malawi. We completed 100’s of Qurbanis and distributed the meat to thousands of families in the most poverty-stricken areas of Malawi