which of your Lord's favour will you (men) and you (jinn) deny (Qur'an 55:13)
Al-Ansor Trust Fund Achievement So Far
PROJECT
Lots of students have benefited from ATF scholarship
Many admissions that were on the verge of being lost out of financial constraints have been secured.
Several reverts to Islam have been assisted when their families withdraw their support on account of their going back to the true religion.
Many patients have had their hospital bills settled and others supported in the course of their rehabilitation.
The physically challenged children were not left out. Several of them have benefited from scholarship and provision of educational aids to
Ease their affairs.
A number of orphans have been supported.
ACHIEVEMENT
  AS AT LAST YEAR 2010
  HEALTH
A brother whose wife was requested at U.I.T.H to do a medical test in Ibadan because of suspected Hepatitis infection and needed N30,000. N25,000 given.
A sister who was a graduate of Unilorin needed N30,000 for the operation bill of her mother admitted at U.C.H on account of typhoid perforation. N10,000 given.
A brother who is an orphan of both parent N10,000 for the surge (Hydrocelectomy) of his younger brother admitted in a private hospital in Ilorin. 8,000 given.
A brother needed N4,000 for the payment of medical bill of his mother who was admitted in a private hospital in Kogi State. N4,000 given.
  Total Grant on Health = N47,000.
   
  EDUCATION
Two of our undergraduate sisters in University of Ilorin each needed N50,000 for the payment of stakeholder (Development Levy) fees without which they would not be allowed to write the exam. N39,000 given to both of them.
A sister of University of Ado-Ekiti needed N15,000 to complete her school fees (N46,000). N10,000 given.
A brother who needed N12,000 for registration for A.B.U and Ladoke Akintola University Post Jamb screening and transport fare for the two universities. N8,000 given.
A brother who just graduate from medical school but needed N10,000 to complete his Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria registration. N7,000 given.
A paraplegic sister whose only daughter wants to start secondary school and needed N10,000. N6,000 given.
A brother who is an orphan needed N9,120 for school fees and transport fare of two of his younger siblings to school. N9,120 given.
A final year sister who has family problem that rendered her financially handicapped needed N8,000 for her project. N2,000 given.
A brother who needed N32,000 in pursuit of his Higher National Diploma (HND) programme. N10,000 given.
A brother who needed N12,000 in pursuit of the financial attachment to his M.Sc. Programme. N8,000 given.
A brother requested financial assistance on behalf of person visitation Jamah in order to provide sahur and iftar the inmates of Okekwa Prison during Ramadan. N7,000 given.
A student of University of Ilorin requested financial assistance on settling a debt incurred when some properties belonging to a fellow brother were stolen from him on campus. N8,000 given.
   
Others = N72,000
   
  Grand Total: N245,620.00.
 
 
26th December, 2017.

ATF GRANTS FOR THE YEAR 2017.

Education
1. N15,000 to supplement the tution fee of a student in College of Nursing, Ilorin. 
2. N8,000 to augument the school fee of a student at Kingsley College of Education, Ilorin
3. N15,000 to supplement the tution fee of a student at Uniloin.
4. N5,000 to complete the registration fee of a student sitting for NECO examination.
5. N10,000 to support the school fee of Unilorin student.
6. N5,000 to argument the project fee of a final year student of Unilorin.
7. N10,000 to a student at the College of Nursing, Ilorin.

8. #10,000 was granted to a sister to complete NECO examination registration fees in Osogbo.

9. #100,000 was granted for tuition to a student of Fountain University, Osogbo.

10.#50,000 to a postgraduate student of OAU to offset graduation requirements in MSc Economics.

11. N20,000 was given to a widow ,who was earlier empowered with sewing machines, to pay her school fees at Mufutau Lanihun College of Education, Ibadan.

12. N20,000 was granted to an orphan, whose WASSCE  we sponsored, to pay her JAMB/UTME fee and tutorial class. The branch had helped enrolled her and her other sisters in a madrassa, secured funds from another organization and individual for further empowerment of her mother as well as payment of their house rent.

13. N20,000 was granted to a medical student orphan at University of Abuja to pay part of his school fees.

14. N20,000 was also given to a student of Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology, Igbo-Ora to pay part of his tuition fee.

15. N20,000 was given to a Masters degree student in the department of Special Education, University of Ibadan to pay part of his tuition fees.

16. N20,000 was given to an ND1 student in the department of Science Laboratory Technology, The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki to pay his school fees.

17. N20,000 was given to a female student abandoned by her parents in Ibadan.

18. N20,000 was give to a MSc student of Civil Engineering, University of  Ibadan, Ibadan to pay his acceptance fee.

19. N20,000 was given to another M.A student of  Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan to pay part of his school fees.

20. N20,000 was granted to an ND2 student of Computer Engineering, Abraham Adesanya Polytechnnic, Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State.

21. N50,000 was granted to a member to pay part of his school fee at department of Guidance and Counselling, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Distance Learning Centre.          

22. N25,000 was given to a student of Baptist College of Nursing, Saki to pay part of his school fees.

23. N25,000 was given to a student to pay part of her school fees at a private college of education in kwara state.

24. N25,000 was given to another student of Merchant Navy Maritime Academy, Ogun State to pay part of his school fees.

25. N25,000 was given to a M.A student of Arabic and Islamic studies at University of Ibadan to pay part of his school fees.         

Sub Total=N488,000

Health

1.N13,000 was granted to a patient in Ilorin.

2.N1,000 for purchase of drug for a patient in Ilorin.

3.N6,000 was granted to another patient in Ilorin.

4.N12,000 to yet another patient in Ilorin.

5.#20,000 was granted as relief for hospital bills of a patient at LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo.

6. Another #20,000 was granted as relief fund for a child’s surgery at Osogbo.

7. #5,000 was granted to pay hospital bills of a sick child at Osogbo.

8. #20,000 was granted as relief fund for medical bills to a sufferer of arthritis at OAUTHC, Ile Ife, Osun State.

9. #20,000 granted for medical bills for a patient at UITH, whose relatives are based in Osogbo.

10. #20,000 granted for medical bills of a patient in Osogbo.

11. #7,000 was granted to a sister for medical bills after child birth at Osogbo.

12. #30,000 for a surgical case of a patient whose relative stays in Osogbo.

13. A total sum of N1,053,700 was spent during the 3rd edition of the Annual Free Surgical Outreach/Cervical Cancer Screening where 173 surgeries were performed and 106 Cervical Cancer Screening was done at Muslim Hospital, Mosfala, Ibadan.

14. N30,000 was given to a brother to pay medical bill at UCH, Ibadan for intracranial abscess resulting from an accident on his job.

15. A sister whose two children were admitted at the UCH, Ibadan was assisted with N30,000.

16. A sister with renal failure at the UCH, Ibadan was assisted with N25,000.

Sub Total=N1,312,700

Economic Empowerment

1. N20,000 was given to a brother to rent a shop for his barbing saloon services in Ibadan.

2. A housewife was empowered with a grinding machine worth N57,000 in Ibadan. ATF gave N50,000 while she provided the balance.

3. An orphan was empowered with sewing and whipping machines worth N57,500 in Ibadan. ATF gave N50,000 while he provided the balance.

4. N50,000 was granted to procure deep freezer to empower another housewife in Ilorin, Kwara State.

5. N50,000 was granted to help a woman whose shop was burgled by thieves in Ibadan.

6. N15,000 was granted to help a housewife restock her polythene bag cutting trade in Ibadan.

7. N40,000 was granted to empower a widow engaged in fruits selling in Ibadan.

8. N50,000 was given to empower another widow engaged in patent medicine trade in Ibadan.

9. N50,000 was granted to empower another sister in acquiring a photocopier for commercial purposes in Ibadan.                                10. A widow was empowered with N50,000 worth of  assorted trading items in Ibadan. 

11. An apprentice was assisted with N20,000 to secure his freedom from his boss in electrical wiring in Ibadan.

12. N50,000 was given to empower another widow to start soft drinks retail trade in Ibadan.

13. N30,000 was granted for the empowerment of an indigent woman in Ilorin.

14. #20,000 granted to a female beneficiary in Osogbo to support her business and pay her children’s school fees.

Sub Total=N545,000

Social Responsibilities

1. N30,000 was spent on quarterly provisions and drugs for FOMWAN Orphanage, Ibadan.

2. N10,000 was granted to the inmates of Agodi Prison, Ibadan for the purchase of foodstuffs and other essential items.

3. N20,000 was granted to a member at Oni and Sons Memorial Children’s Hospital, Ring Road, Ibadan to repay a debt.

4. N222,000 was spent on 12 bags of rice and other beverages distributed in customized polythene bags during Ramadan 1438AH among the needy including widows in Idi Ape/Iwo Road Muslim Community and Agodi prison inmates, Ibadan.

5. N20,000 was spent on Tertiary Students Annual Ramadan Lecture at School of Nursing, Eleyele, Ibadan.

6. N10,000 worth of provisions was donated during Ramadan and another N15,000 during Eid el Adha to FOMWAN Orphanage, Ibadan.

7. N15,000 was granted to Agodi Prison inmates for Eid el Adha celebrations in Ibadan.

8. N15,000 was granted to Adeoyo Maternity Teaching Hospital, Ibadan for Eid el Adha celebrations of patients and staff on duty during the festival period.

9. N11,000 worth of assorted fruit juice was distributed among account officers of Oyo State Hospital Management Board during Ramadan.

10. N25,000 was given to a member at Ring Road State Hospital, Ibadan to pay part of his house rent.

11. N45,000 was used to purchase daily necessities, food stuffs, court fines, drugs and transport fare for inmates at Oke-Kura Federal Prison, Ilorin.

12. N41,000 for the bi-annual Eid Sallah Party at the Borstal Institution, Ilorin.

13.N10, 000 to a woman seeking accommodation in Ilorin.

14. #5,000 was granted as relief fund to a job seeker for transportation to an interview in Osogbo.

15. Food items worth #25,900 were donated to FOMWAN orphanage, Osogbo in March, 2017.

16. #2,500 was provided as relief fund for naming ceremony to a former prison inmate who gained freedom through us.

17. #10,000 granted to Fountain University, Osogbo Muslim Students Society (MSS) during their Da’wah Week for awareness on ATF activities.

18. #20,000 was granted as relief fund for house rent to two beneficiaries at #10,000 each in Osogbo.

19. #10,000 granted as support for Muslim Visits to assist the prison inmates at Ile Ife, Osun State.

20. Another #25,000 worth of food items and other consumables donated to FOMWAN orphanage in Osogbo as relief materials for Ramadan and Eidul Fitr.

21. Another #10,000 granted as support for Muslim Visits for the purchase of ram for Eidul Adha to assist the prison inmates at Ile Ife, Osun State.

22. #25,000 worth of food items donated to FOMWAN orphanage in Osogbo in October.

23. #20,000 was granted to a brother for house rent in Osogbo, Osun State.

Sub Total=N627,400

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

1. N28,000 was spent on behalf of NEC to install site lock to prevent unauthorized activities on the website.

2. N25,000 was spent on behalf of NEC for annual website renewal subscriptions.

3. N16,000 recurrent expenses for the weekly visit to Borstal Institution, Ilorin.

6. N6,400 miscellaneous expenses in Ilorin, Kwara State.

Sub Total=N75,400

Grand Total=N3,048,500

 



 

 

03rd May, 2014.

           REPORT  OF  ATF  GRANTS FROM  JANUARY- DECEMBER,2012.

AHEALTH

(1) A young widow in ibadan had a 2 years old baby admitted on account of drug reaction was assisted with #3,000               

2) A child who was admitted to Oni Memorial children hospital on account of loss of consciousness was assisted with #10,000

3) Attention was drawn to boy in UCH, Ibadan who has heart problem, and was being planned for surgery in India. We assisted with #20,000

4) A tuberculosis patient admitted at Jericho Chest Hospital in Ibadan was assisted with #10,000.

5) A young woman in Ilorin whose son suffers a psychiatric illness was assisted with the sum of #10,000 for the purchase of medicines for the sick child

6) A young man was assisted with #15,000 to have a surgical procedure done at the University Of Ilorin Teaching Hospital.

7) The sum of #2,500 was used to purchase the vital drug 'insulin' for a diabetic woman at the University Of Ilorin Teaching Hospital.

Total - #70,500.00

B)   EDUCATION

1) An undergraduate student in LAUTECH,Ogbomosho, who was almost withdrawn due to non-payment of school fees, was assisted with #20,000

2) A post secondary school student in Ibadan solicited for assistance to write GCE. She was assisted with #10,000

3) A final Year Veterinary Medicine student in U.I was assisted with #20,000 for his final year project.

4) A final Year Anatomy student in Unilorin was also assisted with #20,000 for her final year project.

5) An undergraduate of the College of Education , Ilorin(UNAD affiliation) who could not pay up his school fees was assisted with the sum of #39,000.

6) A medical student who needed #5,000 to make up his school fees was also assisted

Total- #114,000.00

C) EMPOWERMENT

1) A family who reverted to Islam in Ibadan was faced with hardship. The husband was empowered with #20,000 to start a shoe business.Alhamdulillah,now,they can make ends meets.

2) A young widow in Ibadan with a relatively large family was supported in her (Tailoring) business with #60,000. The family is now better off.

3) A member of the Trust fund had financial challenges, he was assisted with #20,000 as a support towards getting a motorcycle for transport business. He is now better off.

4) A woman was given #25,000 to start a business ,Al-hamdulillah, the business is doing well.

5) A woman in Ilorin was assisted with the sum of #20,000 to start petty trading.

6) Another woman was assisted with #15,000 to commence the selling of Islamic materials.

7) A recent amputee was assisted with the sum of #10,000.00 to assist in feeding

Total- #185,000

D)  FOMWAN PARTNERSHIP

1) In addition to regular visit to FOMWAN orphanage in Ibadan for medical services(consultation and treatment), we provide drugs for the motherless babies on quarterly basis. A sum of #40,000 has been expended on provision of drugs.

Total- #40,000

E) SOCIAL

1) In Ramadan 1432AH (2011), provision of foodstuff to the needy cost #10,000

2) A Muslim in need in Ibadan was assisted with #7,000 for immediate relief

3) In Ramadan 1433AH(2012). Two dozens of plastic chairs were donated to Jericho Specialist Hospital in Ibadan for the use of patients’ relatives. We spent #40,000.

4) A sum of #10,000 was granted to two different families in Ibadan for immediate relief in the month of Ramadan 1433AH

5) A sum of #23,000 was expended for the provision of food stuff for  needy muslims in Ramadan 1433AH

6) A family with financial constraints in Ibadan was assisted with #10,000

7) A sum of #85,000 has been used to refund investors in our failed business (farming and FOREX)

Total- #185,000

F) RECURRENT EXPENDITURE

1)  Customized SMS:From January 2011 till date, #10,000 has been spent for purchase of customized bulk SMS units

2) WEBSITE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION:

 #11,000 was spent for the year 2011 while #15,000 was spent for the year 2012

3) CAC REGISTRATION AND ANNUAL RENEWAL DUE: Having spent #110,000:00 (one hundred and ten thoiusand naira) to register with Corperate Affairs Commission(CAC), #1000 was spent for 2011 and another #1000 for the year 2012 as annual renewal.

4) WEBSITE UPGRADING

 ATF website developed a bandwidth problem which was due to traffic and  was upgraded with # 5,000. Additional #2,000 was spent on the facebook link  of the website

      Total- #155,000

G) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

1) Production of letter headed paper and pamphlets costing #10,000

2) Production of ATF Vision (annual magazine) costing #30,000

3) Transport and miscellaneous- #17,500

       Total- #52,500

       GRAND TOTAL= #802,500.00

CHALLENGES

1) Online FOREX business losses, where over #200,000 was lost

2) Farm venture loss of #169,000

3) Getting more committed members from within and outside the country

4) Irregular contributions from some distant members

 

 

 

 

06th January, 2015.

                                             REPORT OF ATF NATIONAL GRANTS IN 2014.

EDUCATION

1. N20,000 was granted to pay the tuition fee of a sister at Oyo State College of Agriculture, Igbo-Ora.

2. N40,000 was granted to pay the school fees and final year project of a part-time student at the Federal College of Animal Health and Production Technology,Ibadan.

3. A married woman was given N30,000 to pay the school fees arrears of her children in a private Nursery and Primary School.

4. N30,000 was given to an undergraduate at University of Abuja to pay his school fees and secure admission.Al-hamdulilah,he is now a student there!

5.  #5,000 was given to a sister for JAMB registration.

6.  #15,000 was granted to a student of Physiology, University of Ilorin College of Health Sciences (COHS) for his project.

7. #38,000 was given to a new intake of  Al-Hikmah University to complete his tuition fee.

8. #25,000 was given to a student of Kwara State University (KWASU) to complete his registration.

9. #20,000 was given to an orphan  to pay her tuition at the School of Health Technology, Offa.

10. #20,000 was given to a student of Health Management Information System, University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) for tuition.

11. #20,000 was given to a student of Geography,University of Ilorin to complete his registration.

12. #15,000 was given to a student of Kwara State College of Nursing  to complete tuition.

13. #15,000 was given to a student of Al-Hikmah University to complete his tuition fee.

Total = #293,000.00

 HEALTH                                                                                               

1#50,000 was granted to an ex-student of University of Ilorin for kidney transplant.

2.#30,000 was given to a gunshot victim for plastic surgery  at UITH,Ilorin.

3.#20,000 was granted to a breast lump patient for surgical operation.

4.#20,000 was given to a cancer patient at UITH.

5.#6,000 was given to a diabetic patient  at UITH.

6.#30,000 was granted, through OASIS, for a patient’s kidney transplant operation.

7.N20,000 was granted for the surgical operation of a woman at Adeoyo Teaching Hospital,Ibadan.

8.N20,000 was granted for the medical treatment of an abandoned woman at the Ring Road State Hospital,Ibadan.

9.N10,000 was granted for the medical treatment of a brother involved in motorcycle accident.

10.A non - Muslim female lawyer with kidney problem was assisted with N50,000 from the national purse.

11.N100,000 from the national purse was donated to a University Muslim lecturer for liver transplant in India but the man eventually passed on.

12. A neonate with sepsis was assisted with N12, 000 for medical treatment in a private hospital in Ibadan.

Total = N368, 000.00

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1. A bag of rice, a bag of Semovita and 25litres of groundnut oil was presented to the Muslim Orphanage,Ilorin at the cost of #16,300

2. Also presented to the Muslim Orphanage were 150 pieces of ATF exercise books.

3.  200 pieces of ATF exercise books were presented to FOMWAN.

4. A sister was assisted in securing employment in a private school in Ibadan.

5.N10,000 was donated to the Muslim prisoners in Agodi,Ibadan during 1435AH/2014Ramadan.

6. Students’ Ramadan Programme at the Oyo State School of Nursing costing N20,000.

7. Four bags of rice were distributed among the needy during Ramadan at a cost of N40,000.

8. Air coolant worth N26,000 was donated to the theatre unit of Jericho Specialist Hospital,Ibadan.

9. A needy sister was assisted with N5,000 during Ramadan for immediate relief.

10. N10,000 worth of drugs and other materials were supplied to the FOMWAN Orphanage,Ibadan on quarterly basis `totalling N30,000 per annum.

11. Other materials and items worth N42, 000 were donated during Ramadan.

12. Goods worth #50,000 were donated to FOMWAN orphanage in Oshogbo.

Total= N249, 300.00

 ZAKAT EMPOWERMENT FUND

1. N50,000 from the monthly zakat fund was granted to a member to resuscitate his ailing business.

2. N50,000 from the zakat fund was granted to an orphan to restock her provisions business.

3. N50,000 from the zakat fund was granted to a brother whose commercial-purpose motorcycle was stolen.

4. N50,000 from the zakat fund was given to another woman to start foodstuff trade after securing a kiosk in Ibadan.

5. #50,000 from zakat fund was given to a brother to start egg business in Osogbo.

Total = N250,000.00

 ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

1. A family man who lost his job was given N20,000 to start another business.

2. A brother was granted N20,000 to re-stock his Islamic materials selling trade.

3. A brother who learnt barbing was given N20,000 to buy materials needed to start a saloon.

4. A sister was given N20,000 to start foodstuff trade.

5. Another family man was assisted with N20,000 to resuscitate his kerosene business.

6. A woman was assisted with N20,000 to start a trade of her choice.

7. Another woman was also given N20,000 to augument her trade.

8.Two sisters were empowered with sewing/whipping machines and other accessories worth N37,500 each totalling N75,000.00 in Ibadan.

Total = N215,000.00.00

REVOLVING LOANS

 Members with varying degrees of needs are being granted N50,000 maximum loan each at a time from a reserve of N150,000 set aside for the purpose.The repayment pattern is strictly Islamic.

Total= N135,000.00

 RECURRENT EXPENDITURE

1. Customized Bulk SMS purchase at a cost of N20,000

2. Website Annual Subscription at a cost of N15,000

3. Corporate Affairs Commission Annual Renewal at a cost of N1,000

4. Purchase of Airtime  for communication- N1000

5. Purchase of data bundle for internet access- N4000

6. Transport cost- N20,000

Total= N61,000.00

 ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

1. N70,000 was spent to organise 2013 edition of Oyo State Annual Grant Ceremony.

2. Production of  2014 edition of ATF Vision at a cost of N75,000

3. Typesetting and photocopying of letters at a cost of N2,000

4. Production of two ATF banners -#5,000

5. Production of 200 Certificates - #3,500

6. Production of Membership forms- #5,000

7. Production of letter head paper- #4,000

8. Ramadan Family Forum Expenses -#6,580

9. Production of 500 ATF Exercise Books -#20,000

10. 15% Kwara State Remittance to NEC  -#21,000

TOTAL= #137,080.00

MISCELLEANOUS

1.Subsidised Transport Fare for Student Executives -#5,500

2.NEC/NWC  Meeting Hosting Expenses -#6,900

TOTAL= #12,400.00

GRAND TOTAL=N1,720,700.00

 

  

16th April, 2016.

NATIONAL REPORT OF AL-ANSOR TRUST FUND (ATF) GRANTS IN KWARA, OYO AND OSUN STATES IN 2015.

EDUCATION

1. N40,000 was given to a pre-degree science student of LAUTECH, Ogbomoso to pay her school fees after her parents withdrew support on account of her reversion to Islam.

2. N20,000 was given to a member to pay his school fees at the University of Ibadan Distance Learning Centre.

3. N20,000 was given to a student of School of Hygiene, Eleyele, Ibadan to pay her school fees.

4. N20,00 was given a student of Federal Cooperative College, Eleyele, Ibadan to pay his school fees.

5. N30,000 was granted to a student studying in Sudan to pay his school fees because his parents were incapacitated at the time.

6. N20,000 was given to a student of the Polytechnic, Ibadan to pay his school fees.

7. A member was granted N50,000 to pursue post graduate studies at the Federal School of Surveying, Oyo.

8. Another member was given N20,000 to pay his professional examination fees in Ibadan.

9. A member was also given N25,000 to pay school fees for further education in Ibadan.

10. Another member was given N20,000 to pay her professional examination fees in Ibadan.

11. N30,000 each was given to two students of College of Midwifery, Eleyele, Ibadan as school fees(N60,000).

12. N20,000 was given to a student of School of Nursing, Eleyele, Ibadan to pay her school fees.

13. N30,000 was given as counterpart grant to a student of Fountain University, Osogbo who lost both parents in an accident and was about to be ejected from campus.

14. #20,000 was given to an orphan, to complete his tuition fees at the University of Ilorin, Ilorin.

15. #20,000 was granted to a sandwich student at the Institute of Education, University of Ilorin for her tuition fees. 16. #20,000 was given to a female student, to complete her tuition fees at the Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete.

17. #20,000 was given to a student of Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin to augment his tuition fees.

18. #20,000 was given to a student of Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete to complete his tuition fees.

19. #10,000 was granted to a student of the Department of Human Kinetics, University of Ilorin College of Health Sciences (COHS) for completion of his tuition fees.

20. #10,000 was given to a final year student of Electrical Department, University of Ilorin for his project work.

21. #10,000 was given to a new intake at the College of Nursing and Midwifery, Ilorin as part of her tuition fees.

22. #10,000 was granted to a brother in Microbiology Department, University of Ilorin to complete his project work. 23. #10,000 was given to a new intake at the University of Ilorin to secure hostel accommodation.

24. #7,000 was given to a final year student of University of Ilorin as change of course fee.

25. #6,000 was given to an indigent student at the College of Health Sciences (COHS), University of Ilorin for his upkeep.

26. #5,000 was given to a student of College of Health Sciences (COHS), University of Ilorin for hostel accommodation.

27. N90,000 was granted to a final year student of Fountain University, Osogbo, Osun State who lost both parents in an accident(joint contribution by the three state branches).

28. N40,000 was given to another final year student at Fountain University, Osogbo, Osun State(joint contribution by the three state branches).

29. #8,000 was disbursed to a blind brother for the purchase of a typewriter in Osogbo.

30. #20,000 was also disbursed to an indigent student of Osun State University, Osogbo for payment of tuition fees.                                                                                                                             Total=N701,000.00

HEALTH

1. A total sum of N511,000 was spent on 3 days free surgical outreach at Muslim Hospital, Mosfala in Ibadan where 102 surgical operations were successfully carried out.

2. N30,000 was given to a brother to pay his medical bills in a private hospital in Ibadan.

3. N20,000 was given to a sister amputee to pay medical bills at Adeoyo Maternity Teaching Hospital, Ibadan.

4. N20,000 was given to a Vesico Vagina Fistula(VVF) patient at Adeoyo Maternity Teaching Hospital, Ibadan.

5. Another N20,000 was given to a Nurse at Oni and Sons Memorial Children Hospital, Ibadan to pay her medical bills.

6. N20,000 was granted to a sister at Jericho Specialist Hospital, Ibadan for medical emergency.

7. N50,000 was given to a child for eye surgery at LUTH, Lagos

8. #40,000 was granted to a woman suffering from colon cancer at UITH, Ilorin.

9. #10,000 was given to a patient who delivered twins through caesarean operation (CS) in Ilorin.

10. #10,000 was given to a cancer patient at UITH, Ilorin.

11. #5,000 was granted to a patient to settle his hospital bill in Ilorin.

12. N50,000 was granted as hospital bill for a child at UITH, Ilorin(sponsored by Osun State branch).

13. N15,000 was given for the treatment of a child with retinopathy in Osun State.

14. N20,000 was paid for a sick child at LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Osun State.

15. #20,000 relief fund was granted to a member for wife’s surgery in Osogbo.

16. N10,000 was paid to settle hospital bill of a member’s wife in Ibadan(sponsored by Osun State branch).

17. N5,000 was granted as delivery bill in Ifon-Orolu, Osun State.

                                                                                                                      Total=N856,000.00

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

1. #285,000 was expended in drilling of a motorized bore hole at Gaa-Odota Community in Ilorin, an area populated by muslim widows

2. N20,000 worth of one dozen of plastic chairs were donated to NASFAT Olodo branch clinic in Ibadan.

3. N20,000 was given to a staff member of Oni and Sons Memorial Children Hospital, Ibadan to pay off a debt.

4. N15,000 worth of drugs and, or other materials were donated to the FOMWAN Orphanage, Ibadan on a quarterly basis throughout the year(N45,000).

5. N5,000 each was donated to Kwara and Osun state branches to launch ATF Vision during their respective 2014 Annual Grant Ceremony (N10,000).

6. N150,000 was paid by Oyo State branch into the National Account of ATF as statutory 15% of 2014 annual income. 7. N20,000 each was granted to Jericho Specialist Hospital and Adeoyo Maternity Teaching Hospital for Ileya Get-Together party for patients in Oyo State (N40,000).

8. 15 bags of rice worth N120,000 were distributed to members and other needy muslims during 1436 AH Ramadan fasting period in Ibadan.

9. N20,000 was spent on students Ramadan programme at the School of Nursing, Eleyele, Ibadan.

10. N5,000 donation was given to MSSN, School of Hygiene, Eleyele branch, Ibadan during their 2015 Jihad Week programme.

11. #30,000 was granted to a lady who was neglected by her husband, on account of not giving birth to a male child, to start up a petty business in Ilorin, Kwara State.

12. #20,000 worth of assorted food stuff was procured for a widow to augment her store in Ilorin.

13. #15,000 worth of laminating machine was procured for an unemployed brother to start up a computer/ business centre in Ilorin.

14. N40,000 was granted as contributions to Prison Visits for February, March, April and September in Osun State. 15. #10,000 was contributed to the Ife Prison Ramadan Iftar Project in Osun State.

16. N10,000 was spent to supply food items to FOMWAN Orphanage, Osogbo in April.

17. Members and their families donated cooked food and drinks and also celebrated Eid with inmates of FOMWAN Orphanage in Osogbo. Also #13,300 worth of food items was donated to the Orphanage.

18. A sum of N30,000 relief fund was given to a member whose family was robbed in Osogbo.

                                                                                                                            Total=N883,300.00

ZAKAT FUND/ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

1. Two sisters were empowered with sewing and whipping machines as well as other accessories worth N37,500 each totaling N75,000 in Ibadan.

2. A sister was given N35,000 to start a ready-made children clothing’s trade in Ibadan.

3. Another muslim woman was granted N50,000 to resuscitate her foodstuff business in Ibadan.

4. An imam with large family was granted N50,000 to resuscitate his spare parts trade in Ibadan.

5. A orphaned brother was given N41,500 worth of sewing and whipping machine to start fashion designing after graduation in Ibadan.

6. Another woman was given N25,000 to restart her foodstuff trade in Ibadan.

7. A member was granted N50,000 to boost her soft drinks supply business in Ibadan.

8. Another sister was given N41,500 worth of sewing and whipping machines to start fashion designing in Ibadan.

9. A mother of two was empowered with N50,000 to start a business of her choice in Osogbo.

                                                                                                                             Total=N418,000.00

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

1. N15,000 was spent on annual website renewal due by Oyo State branch on behalf of NEC .

2. N24,000 was spent on trips to NEC/NWC Meetings by Oyo State branch executives.

3. N20,000 was spent on bulk SMS by Oyo State branch on behalf of NEC.

4. N10,000 was deposited to open First Bank Current Account by Oyo State branch.

5. N4,000 was spent on data bundle for internet access by Oyo State branch.

6. N1,000 was spent on airtime/ call credit cards by Oyo State branch.

7. N3,000 was spent on typing and duplication of letters, minutes and other documents by Oyo State branch.

8. N78,000 was expended in organizing 2014 edition of Annual Grant Ceremony by Oyo State branch.

9. N25,000 was spent as counterpart funding for the production of 2014 edition of ATF Vision by Oyo State branch. 10. N21,000 Remittance to NEC by Kwara State branch.

11. Hosting of ATF maiden Secondary Schools Quiz competition- #18,400 by Kwara State branch.

12. Ramadan Family Forum Expenses -#10,600 by Kwara State branch.

13. Production of ID card for the PRO- #500 by Kwara State branch.

14. Subsidised Transport Fare for Student Executives -#3,480 by Kwara State branch.

15. NEC/NWC Meeting Entertainment Expenses -#7,770 hosted by Kwara State branch.

16. SMS and Call Credit- #1,300 by Kwara State branch.

17. ATF Osun State spent N50,000 for 2014 Annual Grant Ceremony

18. ATF NEC spent N70,000 for the production of 2014 edition of ATF Vision.

                                                                                                                 Total=N338,050.00

                                                                                                                 Grand Total=N3,196,350.00 

28th September, 2017.

ATF GRANTS FOR THE YEAR 2016 IN KWARA, OYO & OSUN STATES, NIGERIA. 

EDUCATIONAL GRANTS

 

KWARA STATE

 

1. A student of College of Nursing was granted N20,000 for payment of school fee.

2. A student of Unilorin was granted N10,000 for payment of school fee.

3. A student of Enviromental Management Dept., Unilorin, was given N15,000 for payment of school fee.

4. A sum of N10,000 was given to an orphan as part of his school expenses.

5. N10,000 was given to an indigent mother to supplement her school fee.

6. N16,000 was granted to a student for registration of NECO examination.

7. N20,000 was granted to a student of College of Arabic and Islamic Legal Studies to complete her registration.

8. N10,000 each was awarded to a sister and a brother at College of Nursing as part of their school fees.

9. N10,000 was given to a student of Kwara Polytechnic, Ilorin as part of his school fee.

10. N3,000 as project assistance to final year student of Unilorin.

11. N5,000 as project fee to a student.

12. N20,000 to a student of College of Nursing to complement her school fee.

13. N10,000 assistance for tuition fee of a Unilorin student.

Sub Total =N169,000

 

OSUN STATE

 

1. N50,000 was given to a Uniosun student for completion of fees.

2. A total of N65,000 given to a student of Federal Polytechnic Offa for tuition, accommodation and project expenses.

3. N56,250 was awarded to a Uniosun student for completion of school fees.

4. N10,000 was awarded to a Fountain University student for outstanding school fees payment.

5. N7,000 was awarded to complete the payment of a student’s NECO registration fee.

Sub Total =N132,000 

OYO STATE 

1.A sum of  N10,000 was given to a mother pay the WAEC fee of her child in a public secondary school in Ibadan, Oyo State.

2.A sum of  N10,000 was given to an orphan to pay for JAMB/UTME form, registration and examination.

3.A sum of  N20,000 was given to a widow to pay the WAEC fee of her daughter in a public secondary school in Ibadan.

4.A sum of  N20,000 was given to a student admitted to study Education/Economics at the University of  Ibadan, Ibadan as part of his school fees.

5.A student of Chemical Engineering, University of Ilorin but who resides in Ibadan was granted N20,000 to pay part of his school fees.

6.An HND student of the Federal Polytechnic, Offa  was granted N20,000 to pay part of his school fees.

7.A sum of  N30,000 was granted to a student of department of Microbiology, University of Ibadan to pay her school fees.

8.A member was granted N40,000  to pay her professional exam fees.

9.A mother was given N30,000  to pay  the school fees of her two children at the Polytechnic, Ibadan.

10.N25,000  was given to a newly-admitted student of School of Basic Midwifery, Muslim Hospital, Saki, Oyo State to pay part of  her school fees.

11.Another member was granted N40,000 to pay part of his school fees for further education at Federal School of Surveying,Oyo.

12.A student of Oyo State College of Nursing and Midwifery, Eleyele, Ibadan was given N30,000 to pay part of her school fees.

13.A member was given N20,000 to pay his school fees for further education at NOUN, Ibadan Centre. 

Sub Total =N315,000                                                                                                                  

Total Educational Grants For All States= N616,000

HEALTH GRANTS

 

KWARA STATE

 

1. A sum of N12,000 was granted to a diabetic patient.

2. N50,000 was given to a young girl for her surgical operation.

3. N10,000 was awarded to a female patient of abdominal tumor.

4. N10,000 to relieve a medical bill of a patient.

5. N1,000 aid for a patient's drug.

6. N40,000 was granted to a family that fell victims of fire disaster which claimed their mother's life while others got severe burn.

Sub Total =N123,000

 

OSUN STATE

 

1. N10,000 given to our collaborator,Medicare Trust Foundation (MCTF) on behalf of FOMWAN for medical treatment and food materials of a neonate inmate in the orphanage suffering from severe anaemia.

2. N75,000 was awarded to a 5-year old child with a heart condition (Tetralogy of Fallot), which requires surgery at the OAU Teaching Hospital Complex.

Sub Total = N85,000

OYO STATE

1.A total sum of N774,805 was spent during the second edition of Oyo State Annual Free Surgical Outreach where 90 surgical procedures were successfully carried out while 114 women were screened for cervical cancer.

2. N30,000 was donated to a woman who delivered  five babies at once at UCH, Ibadan.

3.N20,000 was granted to a widow whose sickle cell child, on admission at UCH, Ibadan, required blood transfusion.

4.N50,000 was granted to a member whose mother was diagnosed of  blood cancer at UCH, Ibadan and requiring N3m for chemotherapy and accompanying medication.

5.N5,000 was given to female student of Oyo State College of Health Science and Technology, Eleyele, Ibadan diagnosed of Sec Amenorrhoea for test and treatment, both subsidized at ATF’s instance.

6.N20,000 was granted to a sister to a sister for medical emergency at Jericho Specialist Hospital, Ibadan.

7.Another N20,000 was granted to a  woman  admitted at UCH, Ibadan for internal bleeding.

8.A sum of N15,000 was granted to another medical emergency patient at Jericho Specialist Hospital, Ibadan.

9.N20,000 was granted to a patient admitted at Jericho Specialist Hospital, Ibadan.

Sub Total =N954,805

Total Health Grant For All States =N1,162,805

ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT/SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

KWARA STATE

1. N7,000 was given to a young female patient as post-operation feeding fee.

2. N10,000 was granted to challenged woman for business recovery.

3. N20,000 was given as an empowerment for the hijab trade of a sister.

4. Two bundles of roofing sheet, at a cost of N26,000, were presented to a widow who was a victim of a heavy rain storm.

5. N17,000 worth of various food stuffs to the kid-inmates of Borstal Training Institute, Ganmo, Ilorin, for Ramadan Feast.

6. N16,000 economic empowerment to an indigent housewife.

Sub Total =N96,500

OSUN STATE

1. N31,800 was spent on food items and other consumables for FOMWAN Orphanage, Osogbo towards the Eid Fitr celebrations.

2. N10,000 counterpart funding on Eid Fitr for Ile-Ife Prison inmates.

3. N35,000 granted to a single mother for business investment in Osogbo.

4. Freed inmate from Ile-Ife prison was assisted by paying N14,400 for a shop on aluminium business in Ede.

5. N20,000 granted to a reverted pastor for investment into his business.

6. N10,000 for Prison inmates support towards Eid Adhah celebration.

7. N19,600 for food items donated to FOMWAN Orphanage, Osogbo towards the Eid Adhah celebrations.

Sub Total= N140,800

OYO STATE

1.A sister was granted N30,000 to start a trade in tailoring materials in Ibadan.

2.Another sister was granted N30,000  to start a trade in cooking stove wicks in Ibadan.

3.N50,000 was given to empower a widow  to start hair–dressing services but on conditions that she adheres to Islamic teachings.

4.N20,000 was granted to a brother whose  commercial vehicle was impounded by the Nigeria Customs Service to secure its release in Ibadan.

5.N50,000 was granted to another woman to boost her fashion designing and soft drinks/pure water retail business in Ibadan.

6.N20,000 was given to a brother to put his commercial vehicle back into working conditions.

7.N30,000  was given to a brother who was  defrauded of his working capital to resuscitate his business in Ibadan.

8.A lady was granted N50,000 counterpart funding to purchase overlocking machine for her fashion designing business in Lagos State.

9.Another widow  was empowered with N50,000  to procure sewing and whipping machines in Ibadan.

10.A member whose commercial motorcycle was stolen was assisted with a replacement at a cost of  N50,000.

 11. N30,000 was granted to a brother whose apartment was completely gutted by fire in Ibadan.

12. N10,000 worth of drugs and provisions was donated to FOMWAN Orphanage, Ibadan on quarterly basis totaling N40,000.

13. N5,000 was donated to the MSSN, Federal Cooperative College branch, Ibadan during their 2016 Jihad week.

14. About N100,000  worth of  foodstuffs(rice and semovita) was distributed among the needy during Ramadan,1437AH in Ibadan.

15. N22,000 was spent on Annual Students Ramadan Lecture at the College of Nursing and Midwifery, Eleyele, Ibadan.

16. N10,000  was donated for the Iftar  programme of the inmates of Agodi Prison, Ibadan during Ramadan, 1437AH.

17. Another  N10,000 was  donated for the Eid el Adha festival celebration of the inmates of Agodi Prison, Ibadan.

18. N10,000 was granted for the Eid el Adha festival get-together party for patients and duty staff of Adeoyo Maternity Teaching Hospital, Ibadan.

Sub Total=N607,000

Total Grants On Economic Empowerment/Social Responsibilities for All States =N844,300

NET TOTAL NATIONAL ANNUAL GRANTS ARE:

Kwara State=N388,500

Osun State = N357,000

Oyo State = N1, 876,805

NET TOTAL = N2,622,305.00                                                                                                                                                                

Administrative Expenses(National/Oyo State)=N220,000

GRAND TOTAL=N2,842,305.00