Our Fruit Tree Project is a lasting charity (Sadaqah Jaariyah) which will benefit children under the care of our orphanage and schools.

The project was launched in June 2019, with the first batch of assorted saplings (100 Tommy Mangoes, 50 Avocados) ordered from growers in the Embu area.

It is a great example of a project where we are rewarded for caring for our environment. These types of projects encourage our children and centre staff to embrace a practical Islamic practice that they can continue and take seriously as they grow. So far, there are about 200 fruit trees (Mangoes, Avocados, Pawpaw and Lemons) planted at designated areas and carefully nurtured by our staff and orphans. With enough fruit trees in the centre, the fruit can be used to cater for the orphan’s needs, as well as be sold to fund other requirements. As long as the trees and centre remain, each tree will provide continuing rewards to the sponsor.

For more information visit: Fruit Tree Project

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