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14 January 2020

Enid Williams has lived in Balsall Heath, Birmingham, for most of her life. An active community member, she was a familiar figure at residents’ meeting and events, always smiling and volunteering to help those who were in need. Today, Mrs Williams has lost her sight...

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Esther and Esme are like any other children. They require love, support and attention during...

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Islamic Help was among a group of Muslim charities which have responded to help families...

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In a Hadith mentioned in the book of Ibn Maajah, the Holy Prophet (Peace Be...

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On the last day of the 2019 Tanzania deployment, the Mission Possible volunteers - Arslan...

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29 October 2019

With just a day left in Tanzania as part of their Mission Possible deployment, the team of UK volunteers took on a local team in a friendly game of football. The result wasn't the be all and end all, as the volunteers departed leaving sports...

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26 October 2019

They may have been feeling the effects of a busy deployment on Day 5 but the Mission Possible volunteers in Tanzania continued their aid distributions by handing out malaria nets and water cans, planting trees and enjoying sing-songs with local schoolchildren. Team A: Kaleem Abbas,...

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On the fourth day of their Mission Possible 2019 deployment in Tanzania, Team B -...

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The fourth day of the Mission Possible 2019 deployment to Tanzania saw Team A -Kaleem...

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For Team B - Arslan Tariq, Sidhra Yasin & Zain Ali - the second and...

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The second and third days of their deployment in Tanzania meant hard, physical work for...

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21 October 2019

Team B - Blog Sat 19th Oct: Water Trek and CPA As with Team A, the other Mission Possible volunteers - who formed Team B - also had to experience the 5km water trek and the CPA (Community Participatory Assessment) to establish the needs of...

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