Qurbani is an annual re-affirmation of our pledge to Allah, a pledge that:
Verily my prayer, my sacrifices, my life and my death are surrendered to Allah; the Rabb of the worlds.

Eid-Ul-Adha reverberates with the cries of surrender, submission and sacrifice. It is a grim reminder that life is about action, struggle and endurance.

Alhamdulillah, during the Udhiyyah / Qurbani Campaign done for over 30 years AMA’s distribution of several hundreds of Qurbani animals and thousands of parcels of meat benefited the neediest in various local Islamic Dawah centres and those orphanages and Masjids that we have built in various parts of the continent.

This enabled many needy people to experience the spirit and essence of this sacred act of Udhiyyah in slaughtering the Qurbani animal themselves, in their locality / Dawah centre and truly celebrating the day of EID-UL-ADHA upon completion of the Eid Salaah.


South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi, Syrian and Palestinian Refugees (Lebanon, Turkey, Syria), Afghanistan and Yemen

A little sacrifice goes a long way…

Entrusting your qurbani with ama does not only result in you feeding the poor, but also empowers and educates those in need

Educate | Empower | Inspire

Local herdsman are trained to nurture the livestock long before Eid-ul-Adha. Local villagers are also educated on the Qurbani process and participate in the slaughtering to inculcate the Sunnah of Nabi Ebrahim (AS).

AMA purchases Qurbani livestock from local Villages creating income for local herdsman. AMA, transports live animals into the villages for Qurbani.

Our approach ensures that the local community does not only receive the meat, but also fully experiences the true essence of the day of Eid-ul-Adha.


Nabi (SAW) said:
"There is nothing dearer to Allah Ta'ala during the days of Qurbani than sacrificing of animals. The sacrificed animal shall come on the Day of Judgement with its horns, hair and hooves (to be weighed).
The Sacrifice is accepted by Allah before the Blood reaches the ground. So Sacrifice with an open and happy heart."
(Tirmizi, Hadith 1493)