Global Qurban Brings Joy to People Across Indonesia on First Day of Eid ul-Adha

On the first day of Eid ul-Adha, Global Qurban-ACT distributed Qurbani to communities in various regions in Indonesia including earthquake survivors in Malang Regency, residents affected by the eruption of Mount Sinabung in Karo Regency, and underprivileged people in East Nusa Tenggara.

Qurbani meat packages.
The happiness child earthquake survivors in Malang Regency after receiving Qurbani meat packages. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, JAKARTA – The pandemic does not dampen Global Qurban-ACT's spirit to provide the best Qurbani for the beneficiaries in various parts of Indonesia. By obeying health protocols during the slaughter and distribution of Qurbani meat, Global Qurban-ACT continues to bring the joy of Eid ul-Adha to brothers and sisters in need.

Alhamdulillah, the qurbani sacrifice on the first of EId Al-Adha ran smoothly. Today is a victory for all of us, especially for those who are in need and rarely enjoy Qurbani meat,” said Mukhti, President of Global Qurban-ACT, Tuesday (7/20/2021).

As in previous years, Global Qurban-ACT also targets various regions in Indonesia for this year’s Qurbani distribution such as underprivileged communities affected by the Emergency PPKM in Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang, Solo, and the Special Region of Yogyakarta.

Not only to underprivileged people but Global Qurban-ACT also carried out Qurbani distribution to earthquake survivors in Tirtoyudo District, Malang Regency. "Qurbani meat also reaches the survivors of the Malang Earthquake that occurred last April. Until now, they still have difficulty in meeting their food needs," said Mukhti.

Residents affected by the eruption of Mount Sinabung in Karo Regency also feel the joy of Qurbani. In this area, Global Qurban-ACT targeted four distribution locations of Qurbani around the Mount Sinabung, namely Sigarang-garang, Kuta Gunung, Kuta Rakyat, and Mbelin Villages.

Qurbani entrusted by the benefactors also delights people in the eastern part of Indonesia including Malaka, Belu, South Central Timo, and Lembata Regencies, then Adonara and Solor Islands in East Nusa Tenggara. Underprivileged people, Muslim converts, and former East Timorese are among the beneficiaries.

In order to optimize the best Qurbani for people in remote parts of the country and across the world, Mukhti encourages all Indonesian Muslims who are financially capable to perform Qurbani. “Insha Allah, we still have the chance to perform Qurbani within the three days of Tashreeq. Let’s maximize our best Qurbani this year,” he added.[]