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SADAQAH, LILLAH, ZAKAAT

Account Name: Africa Muslims Agency
Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Number: 061565253
Branch Code: 00 52 05
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ

PROJECTS (eg Waterwell, Masjid, etc)

Account Name: AMA Projects Account
Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Number: 242017223
Branch Code: 005205
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ
Ref: Cell No and Waterwell / Borehole / Masjid

 

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BANKING DETAILS

SADAQAH, LILLAH, ZAKAAT

Account Name: Africa Muslims Agency
Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Number: 061565253
Branch Code: 00 52 05
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ

PROJECTS (eg Waterwell, Masjid, etc)

Account Name: AMA Projects Account
Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Number: 242017223
Branch Code: 005205
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ
Ref: Cell No and Waterwell / Borehole / Masjid

 

AMA reinforces commitment to UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

This week, AMA will be attending the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals action weekend, reinforcing the organisation’s commitment to finding sustainable solutions to global issues.

The UN has outlined 17 sustainable development goals in an effort to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. These goals include working towards no poverty, zero hunger, quality education, clean water and sanitation, climate action and responsible consumption, amongst others.

AMA’s CEO, Imraan Choonara, will be attending the event held from 18-19 September in New York, along with other stakeholders, UN entities, and member states.

The organisations and individuals present at the event will be setting out specific commitments and contributions to drive the sustainable development goals, between now and 2030.

AMA has long been at the forefront of developing projects with the aim of breaking the cycle of poverty and empowering local communities.

Since AMA was established over 35 years ago, our teams around the world have been working to consciously find sustainable solutions and aid to some of the most vulnerable communities.

Our education projects in South Africa, Afghanistan, Lebanon and Malawi all ensure that young students are able to develop new skills in a safe environment. By having access to formal education, AMA ensures that young people are able to leave school with the necessary tools and ability to work and secure a livelihood.

Given the high rates of illiteracy in sub-Saharan Africa and parts of south Asia, AMA believes that education is a vital way of ensuring that young people can make informed decisions as well as make them beneficial to society, something that has a positive knock on effect.

In addition to this, AMA is also meeting the UN’s goals through its sustainable water projects in the form of boreholes and water wells. These clean and safe water sources lessen the risk of the spread of disease and also allow locals to use the water to grow crops and feed livestock.

With zero hunger outlined as one of the UN’s goals, AMA has already started empowering local farmers across the Middle East and Africa and also provides emergency aid in the form of food packages.

Through our attendance at the event, AMA reaffirms its dedication to working towards a more sustainable and fairer future for all.


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