The Lady Fatemah Charitable Trust - Projects

26
Jan

Orphan sponsorship program in Iran Dear LFT donors: It costs only 15 GBP per month to offer substantial financial assistance to an orphan or a desperately poor person. Please, donate generously and earn the prayers of the beneficiaries

. Posted in Humanitarian Projects

26/01/2010

IRAC and LFT’s joint Regular Assistance Program has three sections:

  • 1.     Orphan sponsorship program: Orphans below the age of 15 years receive a monthly sponsorship of 200,000 Rial (equalling 20 USD) under this program. While this amount in no longer sufficient to provide even the most basic needs of a child, it does cover a significant part of expenses. Many of IRAC’s orphans receive additional assistance from other programs, some of them also funded by LFT.
  • 2.     Support for Orphaned Students and Trainees: While sponsorships are granted without conditions, support in this program is conditional upon the beneficiary attending school, university, skills training courses or an apprenticeship to learn a craft. This program aims at providing young orphans with the means to earn a living. Attendance is closely monitored.
  • 3.     Permanent Assistance to Extremely Vulnerable Families: Families with an array of difficulties are assisted under this program:
  • 4.     Children under 15 years living in situations similar to being orphaned. In most cases, the fathers are alive but deserted the family and their whereabouts are unknown.
  • 5.     Physically or mentally handicapped orphans over 15 years of age, sometimes grownups, who cannot be sponsored under the orphan sponsorship program due to their age.
  • 6.     Elderly persons who cannot care for themselves and/or their families due to age and/or disease.
09
Apr

Income and Expenditure Account for First Quarter of 2006

. Posted in Karbala EYE Clinic

January 2006

Item

Expenses in ID

Furniture

00,00

Medical equipments

1

Ophthalmology dep.

7,500.00

2

Optician dep.

00,00

3

Technician dep.

00,00

Computer materials

00,00

Accessories

1

Window cover

00,00

2

Carpet

00,00

Workshops

1

Electrical materials

00,00

2

Aluminum materials

00,00

3

Carpenter materials

00,00

4

Iron materials

00,00

5

Glasses materials

00,00

6

Air-conditioned materials

00,00

7

Painting materials

00,00

8

Pipe materials

15,000.00

Frames and lenses

657,500.00

Documentation

9,000.00

Workers

1

Transport

00,00

2

Rent

118,150.00

3

Meals

00,00

Salaries

2,048,100.00

Miscellaneous

750.00

Total

2,856,000.00

05
Nov

Economic Upliftment Project – Live Goats Progress Repo

. Posted in Kenya and Tanzania

November 2014

Economic Upliftment Project – Live Goats

Progress Report


Shimoni Background

Shimoni area located along the Mombasa-Lungalunga road, boasts of rich historical background. Its caves, which also served as a holding pen for slaves centuries ago, are a major tourist attraction. In contrast to serving as slaves' holding pens, the caves are believed to have been used as religious shrines (kayas) by natives. The area has a population of 2374 people. The vast majorities of people in this area live below the poverty line, and are desperately poor.  They have families to feed and school fees to pay for but as the economic growth is slow, employment rates is very low.

05
Nov

World Hijab Day on the 4th September 2014 was celebrated by Manessa Association by distributing 65 scarves generously donated to the Association by a Local Donor

. Posted in Middle East

The Lady Fâtemah (a.s.) Charitable Trust

September Lodge, Village Way, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire, HP7 9PU

November 2014

World Hijab Day on the 4th September 2014 was celebrated by Manessa Association by distributing 65 scarves generously donated to the Association

by a Local Donor


 

Hijab isn’t just what you are wearing…it’s what you do and what you say…it’s what you are…

A donation of 65 scarves was received & distributed by LFCT - Manessa during Ramadan. Cost and distribution to the Syrian& Lebanese Ladies

No of Scarves

Scarves Cost

Total Cost

Lebanese Ladies 

Syrian Ladies 

65 

$10.00 

$650.00 

35 

30 

Corporate Support

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