Africa Events

WMO Africa Hunger Relief campaign

by World Memon Organisationon 18 April 2021
The WMO Africa Hunger Relief campaign runs on a daily basis in the KZN region in South Africa. Our partners are volunteering their time and services and we are grateful for the sincere efforts of all those involved. We would like to express our sincere appreciation to all our volunteers and donors who are the […]

WMO Ladies Wing – Africa Chapter donates uniforms to all the students of Hammanskraal Madressah.

by World Memon Organisationon 9 April 2021
To a student of Deen the uniform expresses being a part of something bigger, their proud identity as a Muslim – Muslimah and making a statement of empowerment with the knowledge acquired. Alhumdulillah WMO AFRICA CHAPTER LADIES WING has donated uniforms to all the students of Hammanskraal Madressah. The children were beaming with joy when […]

10,000 meal bags will be delivered to marginalised families of the rainbow nation.

by World Memon Organisationon 5 April 2021
In its continued efforts to end hunger in South Africa, WMO Africa Chapter has embarked on the Mielie Meal project wherein 10,000 Meal bags will be delivered to marginalised families of the rainbow nation. Mielie Meal or Maize Meal, a relatively coarser flour made from maize is the staple food of South Africa. It is […]

Komane Honours Sayed Mia

by World Memon Organisationon 11 March 2021
The South African press celebrates the unparalleled generosity and quiet philanthropy of our esteemed Trustee – Mr. Sayed Mia whose silent charity and anonymous donations have touched and changed lives of millions in Africa. We hope he continues his humanitarian endeavours unabated as he enters the 75th year of his life. We wish him health, […]

Feeding Our People: Hunger Relief in South Africa

by World Memon Organisationon 11 March 2021
WMO Africa Chapter with partners Muslim Relief SA, Natal Memon Jamaat and Jama’atun Nisaa in collaboration with Mr. Cassim Malani, have embarked on a food distribution drive with the objective of feeding 28,000 people. The food transportation van with their respective names bears testament that the feeding endeavour is in top gear. The feeding initiative […]

WMO Applauds Satar Dada and His Family…

by World Memon Organisationon 3 March 2021
Satar Dada is one of the tallest pillars of WMO. His generosity remains unparalleled, as do his leadership qualities which came to the fore when he helmed the organization as the WMO President for several years. The University of Botswana (UB) received a donation of 467 electronic mobile devices for students with disabilities from UB […]

Paying it Forward in the Time of Corona

by World Memon Organisationon 28 February 2021
Empowerment of women belonging to the marginalized sections of society has been one of the most essential humanitarian services provided by WMO over the years. Thousands of women in India and Pakistan have been nurtured and trained to cultivate special skill sets that enable them to earn a livelihood, provide for their families, afford an […]

WMO Africa Chapter Annual Report 2020

by World Memon Organisationon 22 February 2021
Here you can download WMOAC annual reports from the last financial years → [DOWNLOAD PDF]

Feeding the Vulnerable and the Needy

by World Memon Organisationon 22 February 2021
WMO Africa Chapter partnered with Natal Memon Jamaat in KZN made deghs of Akni and fed warm meals to the vulnerable and needy. ALHUMDULILLAH The distribution took place on Sunday 21 February 2021 at the Ahmediya Masjied, Mayville after Zohr coordinated by Cassim Malani & NMJ on behalf of WMO. Approximately 400 Muslims were fed […]

WMOAC Partners with Islamic Relief to Provide Respite to Booysens Informal Settlement

by World Memon Organisationon 17 February 2021
A devastating fire at the Booysens informal settlement has left its residents homeless and destitute. The densely populated region of Johannesburg city went up in flames on Friday, the 22nd of January, with more than 750 shacks being razed to the ground. Most residents belong to the poorest strata of society and have lost everything […]

Fire in the Mayfair suburb of Johannesburg left nine Muslim families destitute and displaced.

by World Memon Organisationon 15 February 2021
On the 10th of February, a devastating fire in the Mayfair suburb of Johannesburg left nine Muslim families destitute and displaced. They lost most of their meagre but prized possessions in the fire. Many were simply left with just a single pair of clothing on their backs. Members of WMO Africa Chapter promptly responded by […]

WMO Africa Chapter Distributes Wheelchairs and Walkers to the Aged in Pretoria.

by World Memon Organisationon 7 February 2021
Assalaamu Alaikum Warahmatullaahie Wabarakaatuh Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-‘As: The Prophet SAW said: Those who do not show mercy to our young ones and do not realize the right of our elders are not from us. We at WMO AFRICA CHAPTER consider it our duty, an honour and a great blessing from Allah SWT […]