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

Empowering the needy

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. N20,000 was given to an orphan, to complete his tuition fees at the University of Ilorin, Ilorin.
  15. N20,000 was granted to a sandwich student at the Institute of Education, University of Ilorin for her tuition fees. 16. N20,000 was given to a female student, to complete her tuition fees at the Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete.
  16. N20,000 was given to a student of Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin to augment his tuition fees.
  17. N20,000 was given to a student of Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete to complete his tuition fees.
  18. N10,000 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.
  19. N10,000 was given to a final year student of Electrical Department, University of Ilorin for his project work.
  20. N10,000 was given to a new intake at the College of Nursing and Midwifery, Ilorin as part of her tuition fees.
  21. N10,000 was granted to a brother in Microbiology Department, University of Ilorin to complete his project work. 23. N10,000 was given to a new intake at the University of Ilorin to secure hostel accommodation.
  22. N7,000 was given to a final year student of University of Ilorin as change of course fee.
  23. N6,000 was given to an indigent student at the College of Health Sciences (COHS), University of Ilorin for his upkeep.
  24. N5,000 was given to a student of College of Health Sciences (COHS), University of Ilorin for hostel accommodation.
  25. 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).
  26. N40,000 was given to another final year student at Fountain University, Osogbo, Osun State(joint contribution by the three state branches).
  27. N8,000 was disbursed to a blind brother for the purchase of a typewriter in Osogbo.
  28. N20,000 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. N40,000 was granted to a woman suffering from colon cancer at UITH, Ilorin.
  9. N10,000 was given to a patient who delivered twins through caesarean operation (CS) in Ilorin.
  10. N10,000 was given to a cancer patient at UITH, Ilorin.
  11. N5,000 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. N20,000 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. N285,000 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).
  7. 15 bags of rice worth N120,000 were distributed to members and other needy muslims during 1436 AH Ramadan fasting period in Ibadan.
  8. N20,000 was spent on students Ramadan programme at the School of Nursing, Eleyele, Ibadan.
  9. N5,000 donation was given to MSSN, School of Hygiene, Eleyele branch, Ibadan during their 2015 Jihad Week programme.
  10. N30,000 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.
  11. N20,000 worth of assorted food stuff was procured for a widow to augment her store in Ilorin.
  12. N15,000 worth of laminating machine was procured for an unemployed brother to start up a computer/ business centre in Ilorin.
  13. N40,000 was granted as contributions to Prison Visits for February, March, April and September in Osun State. 15. N10,000 was contributed to the Ife Prison Ramadan Iftar Project in Osun State.
  14. N10,000 was spent to supply food items to FOMWAN Orphanage, Osogbo in April.
  15. Members and their families donated cooked food and drinks and also celebrated Eid with inmates of FOMWAN Orphanage in Osogbo. Also N13,300 worth of food items was donated to the Orphanage.
  16. 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.
  10. Hosting of ATF maiden Secondary Schools Quiz competition- N18,400 by Kwara State branch.
  11. Ramadan Family Forum Expenses -N10,600 by Kwara State branch.
  12. Production of ID card for the PRO- N500 by Kwara State branch.
  13. Subsidised Transport Fare for Student Executives -N3,480 by Kwara State branch.
  14. NEC/NWC Meeting Entertainment Expenses -N7,770 hosted by Kwara State branch.
  15. SMS and Call Credit- N1,300 by Kwara State branch.
  16. ATF Osun State spent N50,000 for 2014 Annual Grant Ceremony
  17. ATF NEC spent N70,000 for the production of 2014 edition of ATF Vision.

Total=N338,050.00

Grand Total=N3,196,350.00 

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