As of 31 July, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) reported that the floods have resulted in 434 deaths (including 175 children and 73 women) and 605 people have been injured since 1st July 2022. More than 36,469 households have been affected, of which 60% are in Balochistan.
YKMI, supported by Muslim Aid UK, is implementing a one-year project to strengthen the quality of primary school education for 5 selected primary schools in Aceh Besar. A series of activities that have been carried out in collaboration with the Aceh Besar District Education Office and several partners at the provincial and district levels
Orphanages as institutional care systems have a long history of academic criticism. There is an exhaustive list of research papers, institutional position statements and investigative reports saturating the charity research space. Evidencing a near sectoral consensus, the future of aid involves the transformation of the orphanage system. Today, the FCDO (formerly DFID) does not fund any orphanage projects as a matter of policy. Instead, they actively fund projects specifically designed to transition and end the use of orphanages – a process of “deinstitutionalisation”. This policy is shared across many funders and NGOs. Even among large Muslim charities, several have, and for quite some time, terminated any funding or association with orphanage-based interventions.
The exact night corresponding to Laylat ul Qadr is unknown, however, what is known for certain is that Laylat ul Qadr is among the last ten nights of Ramadan. Perhaps this is from the wisdom of Allah, in order for Muslims to exert their efforts throughout the last ten nights of Ramadan in the hope that Allah may accept our deeds.