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Qurbani Status

Qurbani status update by Country

Small Animal

Country
(Sheep or a Goat)

Syria
Most in Need

£132

FULL

Yemen
Most in Need

£99

FULL

Pakistan

£110

FULL

Gaza

£245

FULL

Luton Qurbani

£189

FULL

Malawi

£45

FULL

Bangladesh

£61

FULL

Indonesia

£182

FULL

Somalia

£57

FULL

The Gambia

£105

FULL

Djibouti

£55

FULL

Ethiopia

£56

FULL

Kenya

£58

FULL

Sri Lanka

£78

FULL

Uganda

£40

FULL

Cameroon

£86

FULL

Togo

£110

FULL

Sierra Leone

£124

FULL

Mozambique

£39

FULL

Sudan

£121

FULL

 

Large Animal

Country
(Cow)

Yemen
Most in Need

£578

FULL

Syria
Most in Need

£1,050

FULL

Pakistan

£385

FULL

Gaza

£1,750

FULL

Indonesia

£869

FULL

Malawi

£280

FULL

Somalia

£300

FULL

The Gambia

£545

FULL

Djibouti

£308

FULL

Ethiopia

£310

FULL

Kenya

£308

FULL

Sri Lanka

£343

FULL

Bangladesh

£418

FULL

India

£138

FULL

Uganda

£280

FULL

Cameroon

£273

FULL

Togo

£359

FULL

Sierra Leone

£609

FULL

Mozambique

£308

FULL

Sudan

£468

FULL

1 Share Animal

Country
(1 Share of a Cow)

Yemen
Most in Need

£83

FULL

Syria
Most in Need

£150

FULL

Pakistan

£55

FULL

Gaza

£250

FULL

Somalia

£43

FULL

Bangladesh

£60

FULL

The Gambia

£78

FULL

Indonesia

£124

FULL

Djibouti

£44

FULL

Kenya

£44

FULL

Malawi

£40

FULL

Ethiopia

£45

FULL

Sri Lanka

£49

FULL

India

£20

FULL

Uganda

£30

FULL

Cameroon

£39

FULL

Togo

£52

FULL

Sierra Leone

£87

FULL

Mozambique

£44

FULL

Sudan

£67

FULL

Small Animal

Country
(Sheep or a Goat)

Yemen
Most in Need

£93

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Syria
Most in Need

£132

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Malawi

£45

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Djibouti

£55

FULL

Ethiopia

£56

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Somalia

£57

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Kenya

£58

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Sri Lanka

£78

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Bangladesh

£61

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Uganda

£40

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Cameroon

£86

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The Gambia

£105

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Togo

£110

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Sierra Leone

£124

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Mozambique

£39

FULL

Pakistan

£110

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Gaza

£245

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Sudan

£121

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Indonesia

£182

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Large Animal

Country
(Cow)

Yemen
Most in Need

£578

FULL

Syria
Most in Need

£1,050

FULL

Malawi

£280

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Djibouti

£308

FULL

Ethiopia

£310

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Somalia

£300

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Kenya

£308

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Sri Lanka

£343

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Bangladesh

£418

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India

£138

FULL

Uganda

£280

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Cameroon

£273

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The Gambia

£545

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Togo

£359

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Sierra Leone

£609

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Mozambique

£308

FULL

Pakistan

£385

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Gaza

£1,750

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Sudan

£468

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Indonesia

£869

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1/7 Share

Country
(1 Share of a Cow)

Yemen
Most in Need

£83

FULL

Syria
Most in Need

£150

FULL

Malawi

£40

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Djibouti

£44

FULL

Ethiopia

£45

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Somalia

£43

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Kenya

£44

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Sri Lanka

£49

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Bangladesh

£60

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India

£20

FULL

Uganda

£30

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Cameroon

£39

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The Gambia

£78

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Togo

£52

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Sierra Leone

£87

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Mozambique

£44

FULL

Pakistan

£55

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Gaza

£250

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Sudan

£67

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Indonesia

£124

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Follow the Sunnah of Ibrahim (AS)

The Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) said:“Whoever offers a sacrifice after the Eid prayer, has completed his rituals of Qurbani and has succeeded in following the ways of the Muslims.” (Bukhari)

The animals to be slaughtered at Qurbani/ Udhiyah are sheep, goats, cattle (cows or bulls), buffalo or camels.

According to the rules of Qurbani, they can be male or female but should be in good health, free from disability or handicap, and above a certain age. Goats and sheep must be at least one year old, while cattle must be two years, and camels five years. Learn More…

What Happens Next

1
We source the healthiest animals fulfilling the Sunnah rules according to Qurbani
2
Your animal is sacrificed after Eid Salah in line with the Islamic rules
3
The meat is then distributed amongst the poor ensuring they can enjoy the Eid