The Community Development Projects (CDP)

The Community Workers who are part of Masibambisane Network (MN) will be will be referred to other Muslim Institutions with their requests for assistance. If they get help, then HUDA SA does not have to intervene further. HUDA SA will network with the Institutions

If the request is declined once again and it is ascertained that the reasons are valid like lack of funding or not within their scope, then HUDA SA will support the community workers. HUDA SA will assign its coordinator to meet the community worker and guide them to develop:

  • Household integrated development plans for families.

  • Concept note and budget for a community integrated development project.

HUDA SA will work and collaborate with community Workers and Muslim Institutions in establishing, coordinating and monitoring the community integrated development projects.

An integrated approach to sustainable development of communities

by establishing community development projects that are focussed around these specified sectors

Advocacy & Awareness
Business Development
Education & Training
Health & Nutrition
Islamic Development
Water & Sanitation

The Beneficiaries

The CDP will benefit the disadvantaged, poor and needy communities and individuals as per beneficiary categories stated in Quran:

Referring to the people who do not have anything, and who are in need of asking others for food, clothing and shelter. Priority are given to –

  • Orphans – a child with no parents or with a mother and the father passed away / abandoned family
  • Vulnerable children – a child whose parents cannot take care of them
  • Widows
  • Disabled and Sick

Translated as the ‘poor’ or ‘needy’, these people have some money, but not sufficient for their everyday needs.

These are the debtors, people burdened by debts because of personal needs or social necessity. These people are given zakat if they do not have enough money beyond their basic needs to repay debts. Help is also provided to those who may have landed themselves in debt as a result of social obligations such as supporting an orphan or renovating a school.

Traditionally, the wayfarers are travellers stranded in a foreign land in need of money. These people can receive zakat, if the purpose for travelling is lawful.


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