Gift A Quran in Ramadaan Project [REPORT]

Date / Duration : 12 May 2016 to 30 June 2016

Many of us have to be told to respect our Qurans, or take them out to be read. This is a privilege many of us take lightly.
In 2013, prior to the formation of Colours of Hope, a letter came through to Madrasah Ummul Hasanaat. The letter was from the Sakafia Students Association desperate for Qurans. Madrasah Ummul Hasanaat, soon to be Colours of Hope responded and delivered Qurans to Kumasi, Ghana in 2013. This year the response was so good that we decided to send Qurans to Ghana again as well as distribute locally.

A Total of 343 Arabic Qurans; 45 English Translation Qurans; 110 Towards Reading Quraan Part 1 and 2 were sent to Ghana, Kumasi in Ashanti region, via Dhl International.

1st shipment received on 14 July 2016 -100 Qurans (Waterval print) 2nd shipment received on 23 July 2016 – 243 Arabic Qurans, 45 English translation Qurans, 110 Towards Reading Quran Part 1 and 2.

Qurans and kitaabs were distributed in Ghana, Najahia Islamic School, Kumasi (Ashanti region) and Bawaku, Northern Ghana (Ansarud-deen Islamic School) and a few other surrounding areas.

Distribution of Qurans to the Nigel Orphanages was done by the South National Muslim Women Forum (SANMWF).

Below is a list of Qurans distributed in South Africa :
Nigel Girls and Boys Orphanage, Nigel, Gauteng
30 Juz Arabic – 100 copies

Madrasah Miftahul Uloom Kwathema, Springs, Gauteng (Apa Zainab)
30 Juz Arabic / English translation – 10 copies
30 Juz Arabic – 10 copies

An Noor Islamic Centre, Klipspruit, Gauteng
Towards Reading Quraan part 1 – 20 copies Towards Reading Quraan part 2 – 20 copies 30 Juz Arabic / English translation – 20 copies 30 Juz Arabic – 10 copies

Madrasah Zaidud Deen, Klipspruit Valley, Gauteng (Apa Sadia)
Towards Reading Quraan part 1 – 12 copies Towards Reading Quraan part 2 – 6 copies 30 Juz English / Arabic Translation – 6 copies 30 Juz Sotho Translation – 2 copies
30 Individual paras – 1 set

Baitul Ilm, Eldorado Park, Gauteng (Apa Amina Kaldien)
30 Juz Arabic Quran – 50 copies
Rainbow Quran (for graduation) – 11 copies

Madrasah Ihya Uloomudeen, Ennerdale, Gauteng
English Translation – 300 copies 30 Juz Arabic Quran – 89 copies

Dawah Centre, Bosmont, Gauteng (Fatima Randeree)
30 Juz English Translation – 300 copies

Madrasah Haseena, Inanda, Durban
Towards Reading Quraan Part 1 – 20 copies Towards Reading Quraan Part 2 – 10 copies

Westbury Madrasah
30 Juz Arabic Quran – 35 copies

Madrasah in Mozambique
30 juz Arabic Quran – 35 copies

Helping hands (Private Maktab Madrasah for Reverts) English Translation – 4 copies
30 Juz Arabic – 4 copies

Individuals
Arabic 30 Juz – 4 copies
English – 5 copies
30 Juz Arabic to English Translation – 1 copy