Tohoi 7.0 calls for donation

By Wan Nurul Huda

GOMBAK, 17 December 2019: Joint Association with Orang Ali (JASA) Club once again will conduct a mega outreach to the aborigine community at Kelantan, this time known as Tohoi 7.0, from 18 until 25 January 2020. 

This annual programme at Pos Tohoi Gua Musang, Kelantan is the seventh series of outreach programme for Pos Tohoi mega outreach 2020. Tohoi 7.0 which is also called Project Nur will be focusing and going more in-depth in the areas of the teaching of Islam.

JASA club comes with the theme “Englighten the Path” for Project Nur as they want this project to be one of the mediums for the aborigines to see Islam as the best way of life. They believe that the Islamic way of life is not only about spiritual, but it also emphasises many other aspects such as moral, communication, health, politics and governance, economy and many more.

“This theme drives our project to assist aborigines to view their daily routine such as showering, going to school, cooking and doing business transactions are part of ibadah if they do it according to Islamic teachings,” said Burhanuddin Hilmi, the programme manager of Tohoi 7.0.

He added, “We also aim to enlighten the aborigines about obligatory ibadah such as five daily prayers and fasting for the entire month of Ramadan and view them as something joyful and meaningful to get closer to Allah’s blessings.”

The objective of this programme is to continuously guide and give full effort to the aborigine community regarding Islam.

JASA aims to assist the people in terms understanding the general knowledge of Islam, its practices, and to provide them the facilities needed for them to perform Islamic practices easily and continuously.

JASA is one of the student’s organisations supervised under the community service unit of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) which is known as University Centre for Community Engagement (UCCE).

JASA Club has its long term aim to be a club which can help aboriginal community in many aspects such as education, religion and economy.

For this project, JASA Club also welcomes donations from IIUM students and staff. They are looking for all forms of donations including stationaries, medication, transportation, money, and facilities needed for the Orang Asli at Pos Tohoi, Kelantan.

Donors can bank-in their contribution to Bank Islam account of Akademi Keluarga Fitrah– 12159010018741 (ref: Project Nur). For any inquiry, readers can also contact brother Arif – 01151150500 or brother Azrai- 0132909344. ***

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