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31 August 2016

There are many benefits surrounding the Qurbani sacrifice; first of all, we are fulfilling one of our five core obligations to Allah SWT, and second, we are giving to those in need at the same time. Now, if you are reading this article, then chances are, meat is readily...

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It was the last day of the Mission Possible deployment to Tanzania and for volunteers Navid...

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On the final day of their deployment in Tanzania, the Mission Possible volunteers including Nabil Ahmed and Akeel...

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It was the volunteers' final day in the village of Mzambarauni in District Pangani as...

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While education in the UK is taken as a granted, for children in Tanzania it...

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20 August 2016

On their final day in Pangani district, the Mission Possible volunteers including Akeel Iqbal and Navid Kaleem planted mango trees, learned about the empowerment of women through a bee-keeping livelihood project and saw examples of some of Islamic Help's other work in Tanzania. Akeel Iqbal: Today marked our final...

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19 August 2016

Past the halfway point of their deployment, the hard work continues for our Mission Possible volunteers in Tanzania. As Akeel Iqbal explains, a day's duties can range from working with construction labourers to provide a new toilet block at a school to cleaning a local mosque. Akeel Iqbal:...

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Part of the work of our volunteers on the Mission Possible deployment to Tanzania involves...

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Our Mission Possible team of volunteers on deployment in Tanzania continued their labours, from helping...

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Dehydration is not fun. It happens when your body lacks the essential water it needs...

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It doesn't take very long to getting to know people and bonding with them when...

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17 August 2016

Interviewing poverty-stricken villagers and having to choose who should receive livelihood aid that could change their lives and who to reject is a daunting prospect for Mission Possible volunteers on deployment in Tanzania. As Asim Siddiquiexplains, it was a task he wasn't looking forward to. Asim Siddiqui: Today...

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