Qurban Qurban [Udhiyah] is MAA's primary humanitarian food aid program. Every year, your generous donations make it possible for us to distribute nutritious protein-rich meat to thousands of our brothers and sisters in need around the world. This year, our Qurban program will cover Yemen, Syria, Uganda, Tanzania, Chad, Palestine, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Malawi, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Bangladesh and also refugees from the Rohingya community. QURBAN FAQ Qs. What are the rules for Qurban livestock shares? 1 Sheep or Goat (small animal) = 1 Qurban share 1 Cow or Buffalo (large animal) = 7 Qurban shares Please donate at least one share of Qurban on behalf of yourself and your family. You may donate more if you are able to. Qs. What is Qurban - Where Most Needed? Qurban Where Most Needed is our cheapest and most popular Qurban option. Your Qurban will be distributed in Asia and Africa, to those who need it most. This year, the countries on this list include Uganda, Tanzania, Chad, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Malawi, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo and Bangladesh. Qs. What are the other MAA Qurban options? We have a limited number of Fresh Qurban in Palestine, Yemen, and for the refugees from Syria and the Rohingya community. Qs. What is Qurban - Orphan & Widow (QOW)? MAA's new Qurban - Orphan & Widow option guarantees distribution of your Qurban to FIVE orphan and widow families in Palestine, Indonesia, Yemen, Pakistan, Bangladesh or Uganda for AU$250. Donate now and in Dhul Hijjah, during the BEST ten days of the year, earn the rewards for FOUR good deeds - performing Qurban, looking after an orphan, helping a widow, and feeding the poor! Qs. How much meat is in 1 share of Qurban? Typically each share yields between 15-20kgs of meat, depending on the type of animal and country where the Qurban is conducted. This meat is distributed to over 5-7 families in need. Qs. What day will the Qurban be performed? Qurbani will take place on the first, second, and third days of Eid. It is advisable to donate your Qurban as soon as you can and no later than the third day of Eid [13th Dhul Hijjah] before Maghrib. Qs. Is there an admin fee included in the Qurban pricing? To ensure we continue to maintain the highest quality Qurban practices, a low admin fee is necessary to cover the cost of staff, slaughter, distribution etc. Qs. How do you select who to distribute the Qurban to? In every country that we conduct Qurban in, it is distributed to the most vulnerable people; this includes widows, orphans, the elderly, internally displaced persons, and the poor. Qs. Which countries will MAA be distributing Qurban in 2023? This year, our Qurban program will cover Yemen, Uganda, Tanzania, Chad, Palestine, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Malawi, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Bangladesh and for the refugees from Syria and the Rohingya community. Qs. How can we be sure that the Qurban is taking place as promised? Alhumdulillah, since 1989 we've been succesfully conducting Qurban around the world and each year, we strive hard to continue exceeding the expectations of our donors when it comes to quality, transparency, accountability and reporting. MAA staff from Australia travel to monitor our Qurban Program around the world, to ensure that all Islamic requirements are met and to guarantee that your donations make the maximum impact. Once your Qurban has been completed, an email notification will be sent to you to confirm this. As part of our commitment to be transparent and accountable, we will also share Qurban updates and progress reports with you as they happen either on our website or via email and social media. Please do not forget to Like and Follow our Facebook page, Instagram, and YouTube pages for all updates. MAA International is accredited by the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade [DFAT] and is a full member of ACFID and ACNC. All our projects are monitored and audited. For further information, please view our latest Annual Report.