Updated: Apr 27
As a symbol of Ibrahim's sacrifice, and to show gratitude towards Allah (God), Muslims sacrifice an animal during their holiday, known as Eid-al-Adha, such as a sheep, goat, cow, or camel. This sacrifice is commonly referred to as Udhiyah.
The staff of Life for Relief and Development and its partners implemented Udhiyah on behalf of Life’s donors during the four days of Eid-al-Adha in the following countries:
This project was very rewarding with over 180,000 people around the world receiving freshly sacrificed Udhiyah meat packages. The staff of Life would like to thank all of its donors and partners for making this a successful project and blessing those that are less fortunate with food to enjoy during the past holiday season.