Ramadan break fast experience at Dahrul Ihsan Orphanage

  • Muslims in Singapore have been observing the month of Ramadan. As the most sacred month of the Islamic calendar, Muslims not only fast but also take the opportunity to self-reflect, repent and purify their souls by practising charitable deeds and acts of compassion.
  • TheHomeGround Asia had the opportunity to break fast with young Muslims at the Darul Ihsan Orphanage and to find out what Ramadan means to them.

Ramadan is often a time for understanding, patience, tolerance and sacrifice. For many in the home, it is a special occasion as they are able to celebrate and break fast together with one another as a community. Through donors- and staff-led activities, residents receive the care and guidance in their faith and remember those less fortunate around them. Since 1962, the Muslimin Trust Fund Association (MTFA) has been actively providing sustenance and education for vulnerable youths and orphans in the community.

Check out the full video above as we speak and learn about the activities organised during Ramadan in the orphanage.  

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