Good health is a blessing from Allah

The final messenger of Allah, Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him) said, “Ask Allah (subhanawa ta’la) for forgiveness and health, for after being granted certainty, one is given nothing better than health.” (Tirmidhi)

Half the world lacks access to essential health services

Health is indeed a favour that we take for granted. We should express gratitude to Allah for bestowing us with health, and we should try our upmost to look after it. Allah has entrusted us with our bodies for a predestined period of time. He will hold us to account on how we looked after and used our bodies and good health. At the same time, we must consider others about their wellbeing too.

Having good health should be treated as one of the biggest priorities for the world’s poor. The sad reality, however, is that affordable and effective health care is non-existent in many parts of the world. Poor health holds communities back and traps them in the cycle of poverty. This means illnesses are prolonged, infections are not contained and many preventable diseases become a cause of long-term suffering. Moreover, many terminal diseases such as cancer, tumour, etc. have become life-threatening too.

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Dabbagh Welfare Trust’s health care programme for the poor

In many parts of the world, there are very little resources available to help pregnant women in poor communities, as many cannot afford to go to the clinic and in most cases result in the death of the mother and child. The child mortality in these communities are very high and those that do survive are very malnourished too.

Dabbagh Welfare Trust’s health care programme is aiming to provide effective health care for the poor. Our long term aims are to establish medical institutions to help many thousands who are deprived of life-saving treatments.

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