Qatar Charity Launches 'Double Your Ajir' Campaign

Qatar Charity Launches 'Double Your Ajir' Campaign By Fathimath Nasli - March 24, 2024
Qatar Charity Launches Double Your Ajir Campaign

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Qatar Charity (QC) launched the "Double Your Ajir" campaign in the second ten days of Ramadan, aiming to provide clean drinking water and housing for needy families, as well as build mosques at minimal cost. The drive comes as part of Qatar Charity's current Ramadan campaign "Endless Giving". More than a million people are expected to benefit from the "Double Your Ajir" campaign in various countries around the world with the support of benefactors in Qatar.

The campaign aims, through these projects, to create a developmental impact on the targeted poor and needy communities, by providing them with clean drinking water and contributing to alleviating the suffering of drought. It also aims to provide suitable safe housing that ensures a dignified life for poor families, as well as mosques that enable worshippers to pray with humbleness and tranquility. Furthermore, the campaign seeks to offer opportunities for learning the Quran and Islam.

It also provides an opportunity for benefactors in this blessed month to multiply their rewards, by donating to the projects that make a difference in the lives of the targeted individuals.

The campaign seeks to dig and equip many wells, build homes for the poor, and construct mosques at minimal cost. Over a million people are expected to benefit from these projects.

The countries targeted by the campaign include a number of Asian and African countries, which are Ghana, Uganda, Bangladesh, Tanzania, India, Nepal, Chad, Togo, Nigeria, Niger, Cote d'Ivoire, and Pakistan.

Qatar Charity urges the benefactors in Qatar to support the campaign by sponsoring the cost of an entire project, a package of charitable projects, or a share that serves as a continuous charity in multiple projects across different countries at minimal cost. The contributions of the donors will bring joy to those in need, quench the thirst of the thirsty, build homes for needy families, or construct mosques for worshippers.

Source: QNA

By Fathimath Nasli - March 24, 2024

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