The Sacrifice, known as Udhiya in Arabic and Qurban in Persian is an Islamic tradition. Muslims slaughter an animal (either a goat, sheep, cow, bull, buffalo or camel). The animal flesh is cut, cleaned and distributed to those in need.
The NGO World (TNW) performed Nazar Qurbani for orphans, prisoners, widows, needy and destitute people across Karachi in December 2018. The Qurbani was financed and supported by Turkish Red Crescent Society, Pakistan. This Qurban program stretched over three days and over 4000 beneficiary families were benefitted.
This time, meat of 175 animals were slaughtered and distributed amongst 4000 families. Meat distributed in Women Cell of Karachi Central Jail, SOS Orphanage village and TNW ZEST project area at Ibrahim Haidri at Karachi.
Mr. Ibrahim Carlos, Head of Delegation of TRCS, Pakistan, Mr. Zafar Iqbal, Chairman TNW and Mr. Muhammad Sajjad, Provincial Manager Programs & DM PRCS, Sindh supervised all the process.