Administered by Humanitarian Development Alliance of SA. The Muslim Integrated Development Plan South Africa (MIDP SA)
In July 2016, HUDA-SA began researching the work of Muslim Institutions in eThekwini Municipality with the intention establishing the Muslim Integrated Development Plan South Africa (MIDP SA) program in order to strengthen Islamic work and collaboration between Muslim Institutions. Please note that HUDA SA administers the MIDP SA. The MIDP SA belongs to the Ummah.
MIDP SA Cloud Based Application – HUDA SA began developing the MIDP SA Cloud Based Application technology from May 2017. Two (2) Cloud Based Applications have been launched Edition 1 in October 2017, and Edition 2 in February 2019.
Muslim Institution Database - The eThekwini Municipality (Durban), Muslim Institution database has been developed with contact details of over 240 Muslim Institutions.
Muslim Institution Research – Over 300 meetings were coordinated with the management and staff of Muslim Institutions within eThekwini Municipality. Over 242 Muslim Institutions agreed to be interviewed and completed the survey forms and the data was collated, analysed and is uploaded unto MIDP SA (midp.co.za).
Islamic Development Report – The Islamic Development Report is accessible at Welfare Beneficiary Database level 2 of the MIDP SA and provides the details of the Islamic Programs: Musjids, Madressas, Dawah etc.
Community Research – Community workers referred over 190 beneficiaries to HUDA SA who either experience challenges in accessing services or aid whilst others resorted to begging. HUDA SA started the research by networking and liaising with respective community workers. In some cases, home visits were conducted. HUDA SA provided feedback on individual cases to respective community workers and Muslim Institutions as per the research findings.
Muslim Social Investment (MSI) Report
The MSI report for eThekwini Municipality is accessible at Ummah level 1 of the MIDP SA. It provides the number of Programs and Projects coordinated and the number of Beneficiaries assisted by Muslims in the following sectors: Advocacy and Awareness, Agriculture and Farming, Business, Education – Schooling, Emergency Relief, Health, Higher Education and Training, Housing, Nutrition, Vocational & Technical Skills Training, Water & Sanitation and Welfare.
The Welfare Beneficiary Database – HUDA SA launched two (2) Editions of the Welfare Beneficiary Database: Edition 1 in August 2018 & Edition 2 in February 2019
The Welfare Beneficiary Database assists in strengthening collaboration between Muslim Institutions and minimising duplication. It was imperative to link the welfare beneficiary databases to the MIDP SA (midp.co.za) so that it automatically updates MIDP SA methodically and regularly. Muslim Institutions can utilise the databases and strategic reports as a project management tool thus strengthening the work and collaboration between Muslim Institutions.