SABA Relief’s Qurbani aims to bring a little happiness into the lives of many who cannot afford the basic necessities during the Eid Al-Adha period. Our Qurbani provides the very poor with probably the only opportunity to enjoy fresh meat with their families. The Adhiya is an important ritual that SABA Relief is keen to honour and help maintain.
The target of the project:
The project includes the distribution of Qurbani (goats/sheep) on all segments of the poor and needy (orphans – poor families – the elderly) in different areas of the country of Yemen.
The way of the implementation of the project:
We collect names of poor people and needy families in lists and pre-prepared in the database of the foundation then we receive donations from donors and after that, we provide a team of the foundation to supervise the process of buying Qurbani then distributed to families before Eid.
“IT IS NEITHER THEIR FLESH NOR THEIR BLOOD THAT REACHES ALLAH, IT IS YOUR PIETY THAT REACHES HIM.” (22:37). QURBANI OR UDHUIYAH IS THE ANIMAL SACRIFICE MUSLIMS MAKE DURING EID-AL-ADHA. ACCORDING TO HADITH IT IS A SUNNAH OF IBRAHIM (AS) AND FOR EVERY HAIR OF THE QURBANI ANIMAL YOU RECEIVE A REWARD FROM ALLAH (SW).
Muslims trace their tradition of Qurbani to the sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim (as), and his son, Ismael (as). Of the many things their story teaches us, one lesson rings most significant: Sacrifices, however personal, have the power to touch the lives of others for generations to come. Qurbani is a religious obligation that can make an immediate difference in the lives of the poor.
Every year, SABA Relief carries out Qurbani in Yemen, on behalf of donors. We help in areas where starvation is a reality of daily life. SABA Relief’s Qurbani campaign this year is out to tackle hunger in some of the poorest places in Yemen. Your Qurbani donation can make an immediate difference for a family who cannot get meat most days of the year. It can ensure a poor family eats well during the festive period.
Please help us reach more households this Eid, so no child or family goes hungry.