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Our wish for them is to be able to serve as role models to other youth within their own communities. We would like to change the circumstances of these students. Our main aim is to train them to be doing our dawah initiative by their home language. srv-img.png
Patients suffering from asthma and upper airway diseases require a home nebuliser to decrease hospital visits and aid in curing repetitive acute respiratory attacks. Children benefit the most from the availability of a nebuliser.
A medical aerobic mattress is essential for the elderly and those fully paralysed so that they are not exposed to bed sores which lead to inflammation and painful, dangerous wounds.
Some poor patients are unable to purchase spectacles to correct and strengthen their vision. Children especially need the spectacles to be able to learn and study.
A recent study has discovered that a great number of primary school children suffer from a defect in hearing. This is as a result of the loud sounds of bombs and rocket explosions. This has an effect on their academic achievements as they are unable to listen to lessons or concentrate in school.
The price includes one year maintenance and six months of rehabilitation and patient follow-up.
Visiting the bathroom or toilet poses a stress to those with lower limb paralysis and the elderly who are unable to move, especially at night when their caregivers are asleep. Adult diapers are a solution to minimize toilet visits and differ them until someone is able to assist the patient to mobilise.
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Sadly, some poor people are shocked to discover that their children suffer from an inherited disease (Coeliac Disease which causes Gluten Intolerance) that forces them to procure a special medical milk. This poses a burden on the family.
Giving to charity organizations is a worldwide
Giving to charity organizations is a worldwide humanitarian priority. South Africans, who are by nature magnanimous and generous, often want to be discerning when it comes to deciding which charities in South Africa to support. In a country of such economic disparity, there is always a need. But with so many charities available, which is the best one to meet those needs?
Grave true that the dead people
Is it true that the dead people see us when we go to the graveyard on Friday? If it is true, is there a certain time for it? Is it before or after the noon prayer? I read in a book that if a person goes to the grave of his mother or father on Friday and reads the chapter of Yasin, each letter of it will be forgiveness for them. Is it true?
Ramadan is the month in the Islamic calendar when the Qur’an was revealed to the prophet Muhammad (PBUH). During the month, Muslims abstain from all sensory pleasures (like food and drink, sex, TV and music) from dawn to dusk. The time is centred on prayer, the Qur’an, deep mindfulness and spiritual reflection.