Ismaili CIVIC

Beira Blood Donation 20 February 2022 - Group Picture
Beira Blood Donation 20 February 2022 - Group Picture
Ismaili CIVIC - Blood Donation Drive 20 February 2022
Ismaili CIVIC - Blood Donation Drive 20 February 2022
25 February 2022

On the 20th February 2022 in 9 cities of Mozambique, Ismaili CIVIC organized a blood donation drive in 9 cities across Mozambique. 

 

Hospital Central Maputo staff that supported the Blood donation event
Hospital Central Maputo staff that supported the Blood donation event
Global Ismaili CIVIC Day 2021 - Mozambique
Global Ismaili CIVIC Day 2021 - Mozambique
9 October 2021

Global Ismaili Civic Day (GICD)  in Mozambique during the weekend of 24-26 September 2021 included 4 donation initiatives including Food, Clothes, Blood and Hygiene Kits.

Dra. Filomena Gonçalves giving an interview to local media acompained by Rumi Lalani from Beira Jamat
Dra. Filomena Gonçalves giving an interview to local media acompained by Rumi Lalani from Beira Jamat
The Jamat of Mozambique organized a nationwide interfaith Blood Drive
The Jamat of Mozambique organized a nationwide interfaith Blood Drive
9 July 2021

The blood drive was an initiative Ismaili CIVIC, a global initiative that brings Ismaili Muslims together to support their local communities through voluntary service; an expression of the Islamic values of service, compassion and generosity.

ISMAILI CIIVIC - Pemba Donation
ISMAILI CIIVIC - Pemba Donation
22 January 2021

The Jamat of Pemba, Mozambique donated food supplies to the recent internally displaced persons (IDPs) arriving via boat to Paquitequete beach.

Dr Nelson Mucopo from Hospital Central da Beira accepts the donation from Vishal Charaniya on behalf of the Mozambique Jamat.
Dr Nelson Mucopo from Hospital Central da Beira accepts the donation from Vishal Charaniya on behalf of the Mozambique Jamat.
Mozambique Jamat donates PPE to support local hospital
Mozambique Jamat donates PPE to support local hospital
19 August 2020

The Jamat of Beira, Mozambique donated personal protective equipment to help the healthcare workers of the Hospital Central da Beira who continue to work on the frontlines of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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