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TUDEC and Partners Share Meat To 32,000 families in Ghana

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Tudec, a non-profit organization known for its community-focused initiatives, marked this year’s Eid Al Adha with a large-scale act of charity, distributing meat to people across Ghana.

The event, in line with Tudec’s motto “Putting People First,” aimed to ensure that families from all backgrounds could partake in the traditional celebrations of Eid.

Eid Al Adha is one of the most important holidays on the Islamic calendar and it is celebrated by slaughtering cattle according to Islamic traditions.

The meat from the sacrificed animals is then distributed to family, friends, and those in need, symbolizing the values of charity and community.

This year, Tudec expanded its reach, distributing meat in various locations across the country.

The initiative covered 63 locations, including major cities like Wa, Kumasi, Tamale, Cape Coast, Accra, Takoradi, and Akosombo.

In total, about 950 cattle were slaughtered, and the meat was distributed to an estimated 32,000 families.

The distribution wasn’t limited to homes; recipients included individuals at their workplaces, in churches, mosques, and other community centers.

Tudec’s volunteers ensured that the spirit of Eid touched everyone, regardless of their background or faith.

This inclusive approach underscores Tudec’s commitment to fostering unity and generosity.

Tudec’s efforts were bolstered by a collaboration with Time-to-help, a non-governmental organization based in Germany and the Netherlands.

This partnership facilitated the efficient organization and distribution of the meat, amplifying the impact of the initiative.

Recipients expressed their gratitude and joy at receiving the Eid meat, a staple in the festivities.

Many lauded Tudec’s continuous efforts to support and uplift communities, encouraging the organization to sustain such initiatives in the future.

A spokesperson for Tudec highlighted the organization’s dedication to sharing and community support, reflecting on the success of the event. “Our goal is to make sure everyone can experience the joy of Eid Al Adha, irrespective of their circumstances. By distributing the meat widely, we aim to foster a sense of community and shared celebration,” they stated.

As Eid Al Adha continues to be a cornerstone of Islamic faith and culture, initiatives like Tudec’s distribution drive play a crucial role in enhancing the collective celebration and ensuring that the spirit of giving and unity is experienced by all.

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