The Masjid E Mustafa mosque in Hyderabad has turned a part of its premises into a community health care centre to help women and children in the neighbourhood, amid the corona pandemic. Talking to ANI, Mohammed Fareedullah, the manager of Helping Hand Foundation, the NGO that is running the community health care centre said that during the lockdown his foundation received a request from the area seeking medical assistance.
He added when his organisation was looking for a place to set up the clinic, they talked to the management of the mosque, which agreed to provide them with space.
He also said that the clinic is open to everybody, irrespective of religion or community.
Abdullah, the Imam at Masjid E Mustafa told ANI that decision to convert a section of the mosque into the clinic was taken keeping the COVID-19 pandemic in mind.
Faheem Unnisa, who is a patient at the clinic, said that it came as a blessing to her.
This clinic is very helpful to us. Not even taking fees from us. We are very grateful for the organisation, she said. – NDTV