Since 1999, Hidaya Foundation has been serving the poor and in need around the world through social welfare, educational, health care, self employment, and environmental projects.
This year Hidaya began distributing various fruit and nut trees in Pakistan for benefit of families in need as part of our One Million Trees Project. Different types of trees distributed so far include: persimmon, apricot, cherry, fig, peach, plum, pomegranate, loquat, lemon, guava, walnut, and almond.
Hidaya has recently introduced Rabbit Farming for families in need under the Animal Farming Project. Rabbits are an excellent source for meat, fur for making clothing and other materials, their waste is used as excellent fertilizer, and they are very cuddly and lovable for children to play with. Most importantly they reproduce extremely fast and can bring great profit for families, in shaa Allah.
Hidaya Foundation has been providing aid to the Rohingya Refugees since the early days of their migration. To date, more than $120,000 worth of materials have been distributed to over 30,000 families – including food, water, medicines, soaps and sanitation supplies, clothing, blankets, mosquito nets and more.