For Halima Mlenga, a 42-year-old widow from Malawi, Ramadan was often a stressful time. Following the death of her husband several years earlier, Halima would often struggle to feed herself and her six children.
During Ramadan, there were no Iftar meals at the local mosque and the family had little food. What little they did have would be eaten at Iftar, leaving nothing for Suhur.
Alhamudlillah, Halima and her children were able to attend community Iftar at the local mosque, allowing her to prepare Suhur at home.
This made Ramadan easier for Halima and her family, as she happily exclaimed:
'The last few years, my fasting days were the most stressful time of the year...This year things are different. Alhamdulillah, thanks for remembering us during Ramadan'.
Every Ramadan, your donations help us to feed poverty-stricken families like the Mlengas. This year, why not feed a fasting person through Muslim Hands and share the blessings of the holy month?