An annual sacrifice made by Muslims around the world every year during the time of Hajj, Qurban commences on 10 Dhul-Hijjah (the first day of Eid Ul Adha) and continues until 13 Dhul-Hijjah. 

Human Appeal International  Australia undertakes Qurban every single year as a major project. Last year we distributed over 40,000 Qurbans in 21 different destinations around the world.

This year HAIA continues its Qurban Project, a distinct and leading campaign in which we facilitate the donors in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji to donate their Qurban to the poor and needy.

For only $ 120 HAIA, on behalf of its donors, will purchase and slaughter the Qurban, ship and distribute the meat to beneficiaries in: Syria, to Syrian refugees, Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt, Jordan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Indonesia, Fiji and Solomon Islands.

HAIA also is implementing local Qurban Projects in Somalia, Cambodia, Sudan, Eritrean refugees , Tunisia, Pakistan, Kashmir, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burmese refugees, Sri Lanka and India.

The HAI Qurban Project will be implemented as follows depending on the capabilities available in each country:

Local sacrifice: the purchase of sacrificial animals, slaughtering, then distributing the meat, this way beneficiaries can eat fresh meat of Qurban on Eid days.

Frozen sacrifice: the purchase and slaughter of sacrificial animals in Australia, where they are cut up into six parts, each part packaged separately, full Qurban per box, then shipping of meat in refrigerated containers to be distributed to the beneficiaries.

Canned sacrifice: the purchase and slaughter of sacrificial animals in Australia packaged and shipped for distribution to the poor and needy as per the above mentioned countries. In this process meat is cooked and kept in cans, then boxed. In this way meat can be kept for a long time guaranteed to reach remote areas.

To participate in the Qurban project, please call us on 1300 760 155 or visit us online at www.humanappeal.org.au