Category Archives: Tanzania

CAI Newsletter – December 2015 – A

CAI’s 25th School In Progress – An Important Milestone CAI’s 25th school is now getting ready for breaking ground at Kolda, about 430 miles from Dakar, in Senegal. This will be a middle school, the first one in the area, for poor children graduating from elementary school, a chance to progress up. Insha’Allah. CAI Trustees

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CAI Newsletter – October 2015 – A

Winter Blankets / Heating Coal Appeal: With winter approaching, CAI is getting ready to save lives of vulnerable people around the world, especially refugees who will need blankets to survive. CAI will be distributing blankets and heating coals in Afghanistan and in the border areas of the conflict zone in the Middle East. A very warm blanket

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CAI Newsletter – September 2015 – B

Water Wells In Sri Lanka: A very poor village in Aampaara, Sri Lanka urgently require 2 water wells of about 50 feet depth, both serving about 500 individuals each.  Villagers have to walk about 2 miles to get a bucket of water currently. One will cost US$950 and the other US$1,000. Please help if you

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CAI Newsletter – August 2015 – B

2015 Eid Hajj Qurbaani Project CAI will, as usual, offer Qurbaani services for 2015 in Afghanistan, India and Africa. All meat and skin will be distributed to the poor and indigent in remote areas. Payments / pledges must be received by CAI no later than September 20th for the following prices to hold; all requests after

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CAI Newsletter – July 2015B

Zakaat Fitr US$7,000 in Zakaat Fitra was distributed to some 410 poor and deserving individuals across Afghanistan, India and Tanzania during the first 3 days of Eid. This gave some Eid cheer to these people, especially struggling women with small children and poor elderlies. CAI’s 20th Afghanistan School  The school in Oozmuk in Dykoondy is coming up nicely

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CAI Newsletter – Jun 2015B

2015 Ramadhan Iftaar Collection Update: CAI was, unfortunately, unable to raise the total funds needed to aid all the poor and destitute for this current  years planned project. There is still a window of opportunity, however, to help those communities that have not received the Iftaar food supplement for this week only; it will not

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