Islamic Dawah Movement of Southern Africa – Boreholes

Boreholes

IDM has constructed 23 boreholes, which provides clean, fresh water to the rural and indigenous areas in South and Southern Africa . They provide water to the Islamic Centre and the entire village. The boreholes have been constructed at the following areas:Boreholes Built by IDM in Malawi:

Name of Centre / Village
District
Nearest City / Town
Date of Completion
Matandika Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Machinga
Liwonde
October 2002
Nsanama Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Machinga
Liwonde
August 2003
Mpinginjira Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
August 2004
Dailesi Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Balaka
Ulongwe
September 2005
Katapwita Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
October 2005
Mitra Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Machinga HQ
Liwonde
September 2006
Mikundi Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Zomba
Zomba
September 2006
Chinsawa Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
September 2006
Lingwangwa Islamic Centre t/a Kalembo+ Borehole
Balaka East
Ulongwe
October 2006
Kwitanda Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Balaka West
Balaka
June 2007
Chipangula Islamic Centre+ Borehole
Salima
Chipoka
 
Kaluma Islamic Centre + Borehole
Katuli
Mangochi
September 2009
Maliro Islamic Centre + Borehole
Katuli
Mangochi
September 2009
Songolo Musjid + Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
September 2009
Mamade Nkwande Musjid + Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
September 2009
Nyuche Islamic Centre + Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
September 2009
Matembanya Islamic Centre + Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
September 2009
Katuli Islamic Centre + Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
September 2009
Chiwina Islamic Centre + Borehole
Mangochi
Mangochi
September 2009

Boreholes Built by IDM in South Africa:

Name of Centre / Village
District
Nearest City / Town
Date of Completion
Ndwedwe Borehole
Ndwedwe
Kwazulu Natal
 
Umzumbe Borehole
South Coast
Kwazulu Natal
August 2000
Isipofu Borehole
South Coast
Kwazulu Natal
August 1998
Ninivah Borehole
South Coast
Kwazulu Natal
October 2007

This piece is taken from the website of the Islamic Dawah Movement of Southern Africa.

See on-line at: http://www.idmdawah.co.za/welfare.htm

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