“Therefore turn in prayer to your Lord and sacrifice (to Him only).” (108:2)(AS). Muslims around the globe sacrifice animals during Eid ul Adha and enjoy the meat with families and friends. While most of us enjoy meat frequently, many families look forward to this one holiday to have fresh meat on their plates. For many people affected by cyclone Yaas in Shatkhira, refugees in the Rohingya camps, and currently distressed people due to COVID pandemic, this is the only time in the year when they are able to eat meat. In Quran Allah swt says,
meat will not reach Allah, nor will their blood, but what reaches Him is piety from you.” Surah Al Hajj, 22:37
Ramadan Mubarak! We thank Allah (SWT) for blessing us with the ability to witness this month of Ramadan, giving us the opportunity to uplift spiritually and wipe out our sins through fasting, prayer, and charity.
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NABIC has started its second urban charity clinic named “K32 Medical Clinic” next to the Chalantika & Ta block slums in Mirpur, Dhaka. Established on January 01, 2021, the goal is to provide a fully-funded medical clinic & training center. This free medical clinic is open 2 days/week, serving over 60 patients/day.
NABIC established this clinic in collaboration with Dhaka Medical College batch 32 expatriates to provide quality primary health care to the poor. This initiative aims to yield quick solutions to preventable diseases which can often be left untreated and as a result, cause a serious issues. Chronic diseases like diabetes and imbalanced blood pressure can be treated in initial stages and before they become deadly.
Chalantika & Ta block slums are two of the biggest slums located in the northwest part (under Mirpur Thana) of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The current living situation of the slums includes severe congestion of residents, unorganized planning conditions, inadequate accommodation, limited access to basic utilities as well as safe water and sanitation, lack of a proper waste management system, and poor air quality.
NABIC with the help of sponsor family establish a free general medical clinic for financially disadvantaged adult & children inhabitants Shahjalal Uposhahar of Sylhet slums and if possible and necessary surrounding areas in Sylhet, Bangladesh. Clinic shall initially operate 2 days a week (Friday, Saturday) between 9 AM and 4 PM. This clinic started from early December 2020, on average seeing 60 patients/day.