WMO AGM 2013 PPT - World Memon Organisation

Report
Presentation by:
Vice President
Yunus Suleman
Date: 10th November 2013
Venue: Turkish Masjied
Midrand Gauteng
Time: 14h00
PROVISIONAL AGENDA
Qiraat - Ml Nabeel
Welcome & Introductory Comments: WMO President – Sataar Dada
Short address by: WMO COO Shahid Sangani
Vice President’s Report: Yunus Suleman
WMO Ladies Wing Feedback– Fazila Ismail
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WMO Youth Wing Feedback – Azim Omar
Break for Tea & Refreshments
WMO Hall [Claudius] – Presentation: Mr Aziz Tayob
Vote of Thanks: Secretary General of the WMO Charitable Foundation – Feizul Ayob
Closing Dua
[30 min discussion – WMO members only]:
Approval of minutes 2012 AGM @ WMF Hall In Laudium
Approval of Audited Financial Statements of WMO Africa For the
year ended 28th February 2013
Election of Office Bearers for 2014
Review and approval of the revised MOI
Appointment of Auditors
WMO MPL T20
“2013”
WMO [AFRICA
CHAPTER] CRICKET
TEAM
PROUDLY TOOK US
THROUGH TO THE
SEMI-FINALS ONLY
TO BE BEATEN BY
THE WELL
DESERVED TEAM
PAKISTAN
WMO WHEELCHAIR CAMPAIGN
Organizations involved - WMO
Africa Chapter & Jama’atun Nisaa
[Apex Body]
Advertising Media : Radio AlAnsaar & CII
Distribution of wheelchairs to
successful applicants who are
screened and approved by qualified
health professionals.
Inshaa-Allah we will endeavour
to provide the required aid.
WMO & IMASA RENAL
DIALYSIS PROGRAMME
This project was proposed by the Islamic
Medical Association of SA and accepted
byWMO [Africa Chapter].
A total amount of R500 000 from the
Zakaat collected has been allocated
towards funding 5 patients per year @
R100 000 per patient.
The aim of this project to offer financial
support to zakaat eligible patients and
eventually assist them to get on medical
aid, which reduces costs in the long term.
MEMON
LANGUAGE
CLASSES
Durban – NMJ Islamic
Centre
Contact Jameela Joosab
Tel: 083 471 2786
Gauteng/Laudium – World
Memon Foundation Centre
Contact: Muhammed - 079
178 9262 / Khashiefa
Martin – 084 701 3208
OTHER WMO ACTIVITIES:
1. Memon Connections Marital Services: Assisting parents in finding suitable partners for their children
South Africa Contact Persons:
JameelaJoosub: 083 471 2786 / +2731 3071057 / BB: 25DF6270BB
Feroza Mohammed: 083 786 6117 / +27 31 2085263 / Pin: 27B72DA3 OR
[email protected]
2. Memon Community Census: Volunteers needed to assist with this project
Contact Person: Khashiefa Martin – 084 701 3208
3. Ramadhaan Distributions - Various projects under the banner of WMO - Eg: Haleem & Hamper
Distributions and much more.
4. Partnership with Memon Ass Of SA to award bursaries for secondary & tertiary education and university.
5. Partnership with Jamaa’atun Nisaa Women’s Group for the sponsorship & distribution of Quraans.
6. Donations towards land for the establishment of a masjied in Knysna.
7. Support offered to the orphanages, widows and the destitute.
8. ASUM [Malawi] Transfer of skills and experiences.
9. Winter Warmth Projects
10. Children of Special Needs project
WMO SOCIAL
EVENTS
ANNUAL FAMILY
PICNICS & HIGH
TEAS
Hosted in
Gauteng, KZN &
Cape Town
Aim to unite our
Memon Families
WMO [AFRICA CHAPTER] YOUTH WING
ENTOR AND MOTIVATE
MPOWER
OBILISE
WNERSHIP
ETWORK
Aim – Youth to understand their heritage
WMO Youth Wing Feedback
The different groups and ages require different levels of interaction and
activities.
The younger age groups 10-16 yrs - Fun activities – EG: Bowling,
Amazing race, Table tennis, Indoor soccer
The older age group 17-25 yrs - Also looking for fun activities like
amazing race. Looking for networking events. Guidance in the form of
time management, power dressing, etiquette, etc
The MPL is also under the youth league
Aim – Youth to understand their heritage
Way Forward
Update on the way forward will be presented later
WMO Ladies Wing Feedback
MEMON ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH FRICA
APEX BODY
The Memon Association of SA started as a community based association serving the needs
of Memon students in and around Johannesburg.
REVIEW OF ACTIVITIES 1965 TO 2013
Our philosophy has been that no Memon child should be denied an education because of lack of funds.
Our annual collections have grown from R400. In 1965 to R3.4 million from 1st March 013 to
30thSeptember 013 with further commitments of approximately R400,000
This year we have granted an amount of R3.9 million as bursaries. 204 are currently studying at various
universities in South Africa
R700.000 was granted to the Gift of the Givers for extensions of 4 classrooms, toilets and a staff room at
the Adelaide Tambo School for the physically disadvantaged in Soweto.
Insha Allah, in the year 2014 we intent granting bursaries in excess of R4.0 million.
We have assisted more than 1400 students over the past 48 years.
Among the graduates there are teachers, lawyers, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, town planners
accountants, actuaries, engineers and information technologists. An interesting statistic is the number of
young ladies studying
Today.
1965
2013
Male/Female
Male/Female
4/1
1/1
NATAL MEMON JAMAAT
APEX BODY
The Natal Memon Jamaat was formed just over 50 years ago and mainly formed for Welfare
Bursary and Community assistance.
In the late 1990s a land was purchased for Building a Hall, which was later changed from a
Hall to a Islamic Centre.The Centre at a cost of R9m was opened 10 2004.
Apart from the hiring of the Hall, a lot of Islamic Activities take place.
The activities of the NMJ is mainly the Following.
a)
Welfare
b)
Bursary.
c)
Hampers Distribution in Ramadaan, we distribute 1500 Hampers every year.
d)
Taraweeh takes place ever Ramadaan.
e) The Collection for all activities including the building of the Centre is from monies
collected from only the Memon Community of KZN.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN MEMON FOUNDATION
APEX BODY
 Ramadaan Zakaat Workshops
 Ramadaan Projects – dispensing of food hampers etc
 Yemen Crisis 2012: Donations of 120 000 -500 ml water to the value of R500 000
 Somalia Relief Effort 2011: Donated food X5 containers to the value of R700 000
 Welfare Undertakings: Assisting the destitute & aged
 Feeding Schemes
 Soccer school – SAMF provided training, uniforms and equipment towards the upliftment of the
team
 Container Classrooms: Establishment of Gontse Primary School in the township north—west of
Pretoria
 Winterveld Citrus Project: Funding of R20 000 to assist the black farmers to support themselves
 R100 000 donated to the Laudium Cancer Care Group
 R100 000 donated towards the Iraqi fund
 R20 000 donated towards the school for the blind
[JISWA]
 R20 000 towards the construction of Jamaat Khana at
the University of PTA
ASUM [MALAWI] APEX BODY
ASUM is a Non-Profitable and Non-Political organization which was formed and registered with
the Malawi Government & CONGOMA as an NGO in 1988. Focused on Islamic & Contemporary
Education, targeting the youth and adults in accordance to the Holy Quraan and the teachings of
the last Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam.
1. Teaching 18,000 children (156 Madrassahs) in 12 districts of Malawi
2. Operating 5 secular & Islamic schools in Malawi
3. Operating a Hifz Academy within Lilongwe.
4. Creating human resources through scholarships to 75 children for further education in South
Africa
5. Supported more than 100,000 people throughout the 25 years with distributed items.
6. Created self sustainability amongst brothers and sisters with self sustainable programs.
7. 150 + people have been circumcised through ASUM.
8. 66 people have performed Hajj through ASUM.
9. More than 20,000 people have been benefitting with meat through the Qurbani & Sadqa center.
10. Provided 54 villages with water supply through a shallow well.
11. Maintaining more than 30 tricycles with repairs.
CAPE TOWN
MEMON ASSOCIATION
APEX BODY
Erf 1230
Claudius - SITE INFO
•
Site just off entrance to Claudius from
main road and accorss Laudium.
•
Residentail area, with schools, musjid,
churchs.±122m x ±89m sie dimension
•
SIte clealry visible from main road
(R55)
SITE
R55
CLAUDIUS
WORLD MEMON ORGANIZATION
INVITES YOU TO
11th Annual General Assembly Meeting [International] on the 17th – 18th November
2013 at the JW Marriot Dubai
1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Trustees of the World Memon Organisation
Charitable Foundation (WMOCF) that the 21st Meeting of the Board of Trustees will
be held on Sunday 17th Nov 2013 at 10.00am at J.W. Marriot Dubai
2. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Members of the Board of Management of the World Memon
Organisation (WMO) that the 2nd Meeting of the Board of Management will be held
on Sunday, 17th Nov 2013 at 2.00pm at J.W. Marriot Dubai
3. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Members of the World Memon Organisation (WMO) that the
11th Annual General Assembly Meeting of the World Memon
Organisation will be held on Monday 18th November 2013 at 10.00 am at J.W.
4. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Trustees of the World Memon Organisation Charitable
Foundation (WMOCF) that the 11th Annual General Meeting of WMOCF will be held on
Monday 18th Nov 2013 at 3.00 p.m. at J.W. Marriott Dubai
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Message from the WMO Vice President:
Yunus Suleman
WMO [Africa Chapter] is looking forward to expanding our
reach to uplifting more poorer communities in Southern Africa.
We have had a successful year with increased collection of
Zakaat & Lillah funds, however, I would like to encourage you to
increase your contributions towards WMO projects and also to
become a member of WMO.
Jazaakallah

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