Islamic organisation called Muslim Youth United (MYU) to launch a feeding program on Sunday, 24th November, 2019 at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in Blantyre.
The project coordinator, Muddasir Anjum told Malawi Muslim Website that the organisation started the program in October and the launching ceremony will take place at Mpingwe Sports Club in the same city of Blantyre.
According to Anjum , the organization is trying to promote an attitude of serving among the youths in the country.
“We are going to launch the feeding program on Sunday. We have been serving the complete hospital every Wednesday since month. The launch will just make it official because the feeding program is currently underway,” he told Malawi Muslim Website.
He further added that the program has so far reached many people and it will be sustained.
“When this program is going to be launched, we are also going to launch other programs which MYU is geared to do. Some of the programs include wheel chair distribution and we are going to unveil the adoption of two major wards at QECH,” he said.
“Muslim Youth United has thought it wise to adopt two major wards which will be unveiled on that day. The wards will be called ‘We care’ (an initiative by MYU) and these wards are neurosurgical and orthopaedic wards,” he said.
According to Arjum, the development is not new in Malawi because in the past Southern Bottlers (SOBO) Limited adopted a ward which they help.
MYU vows to be taking care of the two wards. MYU is a non-profit making Islamic charitable organization.