Bringing smiles to 500 families in Mumbai

Five hundred families in Mumbai now have a food basket full of essentials and smiles on their faces thanks to fast work by India Federation and Team Vision volunteers. After the Indian government announced a lockdown to slow the spread of coronavirus, the Federation was quick to start carrying out an assessment to identify the […]

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Don’t let the lockdown slow your business down

We are faced with a situation we could never have imagined – the whole world stopping. This has many implications, not to mention the added stress of our jobs and businesses surviving this chaotic and historic time. It doesn’t have to be like this. With the marvels of modern technology at the tips of our […]

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Sanitisers instead of sport

Whilst sports activities at London’s Stanmore Jafferys (SJ) are at a standstill because of Covid-19, energy and resources have been pivoted to support the remarkable efforts of local charities. SJ has managed to source hand sanitisers that are both essential for hygiene in the fight against coronavirus, and in high demand. The SJ team have […]

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Volunteer heroes bring relief to streets of Mumbai

By Asad Virani in Mumbai A group of Mumbai volunteers serving the community at large during the desperate days of Covid-19 are true Khoja heroes. Anjuman e Azadar a Karbala (AAK) is a group of 12 young men who have brought kindness and relief to the streets during the city’s lockdown. Over the last few […]

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New COVID-19 mental health hotline

A mental health hotline for the Khoja community is being set up to provide support during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is one of a series of World Federation initiatives to promote mental wellbeing and help vulnerable people. Empathetic listeners The crisis line will be staffed by a team of empathetic listeners able to offer confidential […]

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Mental health support for front-line providers

Are you a Khoja healthcare professional able to offer support to other front-line providers in our community? Healthcare workers are experiencing every day the moral distress and burnout of their colleagues. Now plans are underway to create a mental health support group to bring them together through weekly Zoom meetings and a WhatsApp group. It […]

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Bringing smiles to 500 families in Mumbai

Five hundred families in Mumbai now have a food basket full of essentials and smiles on their faces thanks to fast work by India...

Don’t let the lockdown slow your business down

We are faced with a situation we could never have imagined – the whole world stopping. This has many implications, not to mention the added...

Sanitisers instead of sport

Whilst sports activities at London’s Stanmore Jafferys (SJ) are at a standstill because of Covid-19, energy and resources have been pivoted to support the...

Volunteer heroes bring relief to streets of Mumbai

By Asad Virani in Mumbai A group of Mumbai volunteers serving the community at large during the desperate days of Covid-19 are true Khoja heroes. Anjuman...

New COVID-19 mental health hotline

A mental health hotline for the Khoja community is being set up to provide support during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is one of a series...