Qurbani 2022

The YMA undertook Qurbani on behalf of its donors and distributed it in the following areas of Kenya:

Athi River ● Bura ● Charindede ● Garissa ● Gururi ● Hola ● Isiolo ● Kangundo ● Kikuyu ● Kisumu ● Kwale ● Malindi ● Maragua ● Masalani ● Mombasa ● Mwingi ● Nairobi ● Nakuru ● Turkana South ● Turkana West ● Walda ● Wayu

2,258 families were helped totalling 11,290 people.

The YMA purchases healthy animals in bulk to reduce costs and has a large dedicated site to undertake your Qurbani.

The spirit of Qurbani (Udhiya) comes into effect when Muslims from all over the world get together to provide the rare luxury of meat to the poorest of people.

HadithTheir meat will not reach Allah, nor will their blood, but what reaches Him is piety from you.
Al Quran – Surah Al-Hajj 22:37

Qurbani in Kenya is a simple and uncomplicated affair, in that there are few regulations when it comes to doing animal slaughter. However, despite this, the YMA insists on enacting all Islamic principles pertaining to the welfare of animals and the hygiene of the meat produced.

The YMA has expansive land in Garissa to stock as many animals as required. It has also recently repaired and updated its Qurbani site in Garissa to enhance its capacity. From here, we can slaughter the animals and distribute the meat or, in many cases, transport the animals to larger villages for the ritual to take place.

Animals are purchased from large farms in bulk to reduce costs and from small local pastoralists at fair prices to assist their livelihood.

The YMA handles Qurbani orders for local Kenyans as well as individuals and large charities from other countries including from the Middle East, the UK and the USA.