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Ramadan Aid

Ramadan aid holds immense significance for the poor in Bangladesh as it provides essential support during a time of heightened spiritual observance and increased financial strain. For many impoverished families, this aid ensures they have access to nutritious meals to break their fasts, alleviating the burden of hunger and fulfilling a fundamental aspect of Ramadan. Moreover, the Rohingya refugees, residing in overcrowded camps in Bangladesh, face dire conditions and limited resources. Ramadan aid becomes a lifeline for them, offering sustenance and basic necessities that are often scarce in their circumstances. Annually, Social Aid extends support to impoverished, vulnerable families during the sacred month of Ramadan. This support during this holy month symbolizes compassion and solidarity, fostering a sense of community and empathy toward those in need, which aligns deeply with the values of Ramadan.
Ultimately, these aid efforts not only cater to immediate needs but also reflect the spirit of generosity and empathy integral to Ramadan.

Qurban Aid

Eid is naturally a day of joy for all Muslims. But For the impoverished and marginalized communities, the celebration of Eid al-Adha brings a burden, as sacrificing animals becomes challenging due to poverty. Thus, Qurban aid is a significant charitable practice. This act of giving aims to assist the less fortunate by distributing meat to those in need. In Bangladesh, amidst its impoverished population and the plight of Rohingya refugees, Qurban aid holds immense value. The distribution of Qurban meat among the poor and Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh not only addresses their access to participation in religious festivity, but also provides a sense of solidarity and support within the community.
Social Aid, with its financial assistance from partners, every year organizes a Qurban Project. Here, we facilitate the collection, sacrifice, and equitable distribution of Qurban meat (goats’ and cows’) to ensure it reaches those most in need. This act of generosity embodies the spirit of compassion and empathy, emphasizing the importance of helping those facing hardships, especially during religious occasions like Eid Ul-Adha.

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