Find out more about the organisations that are partnered with the Islamic Medical Association of South Africa.
- World Memon Organisation
- Muslim Aids Programme
- Jamiat Ulama of South Africa
- AWQAF SA
- Muslim Students Association
- ITV Networks
- Radio 786
- Muslim Hands
- Zimisilie Islamic Society
- Federation of Islamic Medical Associations (FIMA)
- FIMA Turkey Student Camp 2012
- South African Medical Association of SA
- Muslim Darul Yatama Wal Masakeen
- Iqraa Trust
- South African Muslim Charitable Trust
- Albaraka Bank
- Alimdaad Foundation
- Alansaar Foundation – Radio
- Islamic Relief
- Ibn Sina Institute of TIBB
- Gift of the Givers
- Redcross Air Mercy Services
- Minara Chamber of Commerce
- Kenilworth Respite Centre
World Memon Organisation
World Memon Organization partnered with IMASA National [Renal Dialysis Project]:
This project was proposed by the Islamic Medical Association of SA and accepted by WMO [Africa Chapter]. The aim of this project is to offer financial support to zakaat eligible patients and eventually assist them to get on medical aid, which reduces costs in the long term.
Co-ordinator: Dr Shoyab Wadee – email@example.com
For more information contact IMASA Jhb Office:
Khashiefa Martin – 0847013208 / 0118376717 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Muslim Aids Programme
Muslim Aids Programme:
Conducts HIV/AIDS Testing and Counselling, partnered with IMASA Branches in KZN, Gauteng, Western Cape & Klerksdorp.
Cape Town: Ferhana Coovadia – email@example.com
Durban: Dr Shakira Cassim – firstname.lastname@example.org
Klerksdorp: Zahira Elbe Jones – email@example.com
Jamiat Ulama of South Africa
Jamiat Ulama Of South Africa partnered with IMASA Jhb Branch – CPR/AED Project & the new Orlando East Primary Health Care Clinic.
Co-ordinator of CPR/AED Project: Prof Ashraf Coovadia – firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-ordinator of Orlando East Clinic: Dr Faaiza Dangor – email@example.com
For more information contact IMASA Jhb Office:
Khashiefa Martin – 0847013208 / 0118376717 / firstname.lastname@example.org
AWQAF SA partnered with IMASA Jhb Branch in the Frailcare Services provided:
X6 volunteers successfully completed an Advanced Training Course with St John’s Ambulance SA. They have also committed to a minimum of 4 hours per week of voluntary service to provide much needed care to the elderly and frail in our society.
IMASA Johannesburg Branch have received generous sponsorships for their training and equipment from AWQAF SA, alhamdulillah. AWQAF has also indicated that they would like to see a frail care center being established in the near future Inshaa-allah
Co-ordinator of Frailcare Services in Jhb & Rental of Medical Equipment:
Dr Nazreen Motara – email@example.com
Co-ordinator of Free Health Screening programmes in Jhb:
Khashiefa Martin – firstname.lastname@example.org
DarusShifa (The Abode of Care, Love & Healing). Awqaf SA aims to develop various DarusShifa centres that will provide services to the aged, frail, and also to other special facilities for children an women. Inshallah. For this to materialise we need the support of the broader community, business, and government. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8SdplVgFsg
SANZAF partnered with IMASA Branches in the Bursary Funding of Medical Students Project, the Annual Take Girl Child To Work Project & offering assistance by conducting interviews to determine zakaat eligibility.
Click here to read more about the IMASA / SANZAF Bursary Fund Project and get banking details.
Muslim Students Association
IMASA has a student wing in each region, whereby allowing our medical students to be active participants in the organization
These student are also members/representatives of the Muslim Students Association at the various universities in SA
To visit the website of the Muslim Students Association CLICK HERE – www.msa.org.za
Coverage of IMASA Projects & Activities & partnered with IMASA, “Health Matters” Show – every Tuesday evening: 20h30 – 21h30, DSTV, channel ITV, 347.
> Dr Shoyab Wadee – email@example.com
> Dr Yakub Essack – firstname.lastname@example.org
> Shaheda Omar – email@example.com
> Programme Co-ordinator: Dr Faaiza Dangor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosts and broadcasts IMASA Cape Town weekly health file programme on 100.4 FM. See below the web address for live streaming.
Assists with screening of needy patients who are eligible for the Circumcision programmes in Cape Town.
Zimisilie Islamic Society
Partner to the IMASA Cape Town Langa Clinic and Langa Mosque Project.
FIMA Turkey Student Camp 2012
Approximately 200 health sciences students, from 20 different countries, 10 amazing days together in a land filled with history and culture, united by one religion. Alhamdulillah, three South African students were amongst this group and this is our experience.
Travelling to a foreign country to not only attend a conference and camp but to represent our own country seemed to be a daunting yet exciting opportunity. The aim and objective of the camp was to encourage future Muslim health care providers to not just be a health care provider but to specialize and be “the best Muslim, specialist, health care provider.” Through interactive lectures, seminars, workshops and activities, students discussed together with specialist in various fields of various opportunities and life after medical school. Apart from the doctors from Saudi Arabia whom lecture at various institutes, are active role players in the health ministry and have a myriad of experience and knowledge we were also fortunate to meet various key figures from Turkey such as ‘doctors world wide’ and the ‘hayat foundation’ and gain from their expertise.
The first seven days was the conference in Istanbul, mornings were spent having scientific program at a world class conference centre, while afternoons were spent having social programs and touring the historical sites in Istanbul. The scientific programs began each morning with a few students doing a presentation and report on the Islamic Medical Association of their respective countries. Alhamdulillah, the South African presentation was highly acclaimed and well received. These presentations were really helpful in sharing ideas that we could all take back to our own countries and expand and diversify the concepts. The presentations thereafter were very individualistic and gave insight into becoming a unique health professional and make a positive difference in society.
Having Istanbul as the backdrop was perfect. The Islamic history of many great scholars lays in Istanbul. Apart from the wonderful architecture we were blessed to learn the history and contributions of Muslim scientist, doctors, engineers and leaders. Of the many attractions that we visited, one that stood out was the not much talked about ‘Islamic Museum of Science and Technology.’ Here we saw amazing artifacts and model recreations of the advances that Muslims were making while the Western world was still in the dark ages. From the creation of soap to the creation of surgical blades, from writing detailed volumes of history to writing the most advanced medical textbooks, from the creation of intricate time telling machines to perfecting acoustics, it was all part of Islamic history.
The last three days was spent at the beach in the Kefken area and focused on team building, networking and getting more facebook friend requests and twitter followers. Here we got to personally get to know each other, discuss ideas, politics, family and our interests. We did not just become friends, we became brothers and sisters. We learnt each other’s cultures and traditions from the songs sung in the Sudanese battalions to the song sung at the birth of a boy in Lebanon, from the Turkish wedding celebrations to South Arabian tribal dance, from the stories of Palestine to the history of Iraq. We were even fortunate enough to taste exotic Arabic coffee and sugar soaked dates. At the end of it all, through the tears, smiles, laughter and hugs, we created memories that will forever be etched in our minds.
The rich history and culture that the Muslims gave to the world has unfortunately become artifacts which we see in the museums. Through experiences such as these and through committing ourselves to excellence, we can once again become a nation that contributes to the greater upliftment of humanity. As Aristotle once said, “we are what we repeatedly do, excellence then, is not a quality, but a habit.”
Huzaifah Khan, Safiyyah Jamal & Taimeia Hussain
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South African Medical Association of SA
Muslim Darul Yatama Wal Masakeen
Partnered with IMA Durban Branch in their Cataract & Circumcision Project.
Dialysis and equipment for the new Malagazi Clinic.
South African Muslim Charitable Trust
Funding for the new Malagazi Clinic.
Partnered with IMA Durban in their Dialysis Project
Blanket distribution, food hampers, sandwich distribuion, homebased care.
Alansaar Foundation – Radio
Alansaar Foundation – Radio Programme
Blanket distribution and assistance to orphans.
Ibn Sina Institute of TIBB
Gift of the Givers
Redcross Air Mercy Services
Humanitarian and local medical relief.
Minara Chamber of Commerce
Facilitating awareness programmes, events etc.
Kenilworth Respite Centre
Social assistance and respite centre for abused women.