“Hospitals are full as they are specialised for coronavirus cases so they cannot assist with injuries. Many people are still under the destroyed buildings and some are in the sea. What’s happening now is a disaster. We don’t know how to respond because the need is so huge.” These are[…]
With South Africa in the midst of its worst drought in over a century, Africa Muslims Agency (AMA) has launched Quench SA, an effort to bring water relief to thousands of South Africans who are facing water shortages. On Tuesday, 13 March, the Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs[…]
By Wardah Wilkinson The Syrian conflict has been named the worst humanitarian crises of our time, with over a million people in need emergency medical treatment and basic food, hygiene packets, blankets and other daily necessities. The African Muslim Agency who has partnered with, the Saed Charity Association has sent[…]
It was a proud and joyous moment for the parents of two young boys given a lifeline on Thursday – a mechanical hand. The energetic youngsters will now have improved mobility, after the Africa Muslims Agency (AMA) and Direct Aid International gave the learners an aid device called the Gripp3D Mechanical[…]
Armed with energy, enthusiasm, determination and a bit of athleticism – Muay Thai champion Irshaad Sayed managed to ascend Lions Head six times on Saturday in his charity race for Africa Muslim Agency’s (AMA) water well drive. At first it seemed like a daunting challenge for the martial arts champion,[…]
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