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Slaughtering Status

Banyuwangi, Indonesia – Completed ✅

Bojonegoro, Indonesia – Completed ✅

Medan, Indonesia – Completed ✅

Kwale County, Kenya – Completed ✅

Australia – Completed ✅

Cambodia – Completed ✅

Sri Lanka – Completed ✅

Myanmar – Completed ✅

India – Completed ✅

Bangladesh – Completed ✅

Perform your Qurban at various Partnering Countries

*Livestock featured are for illustration purposes only.

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  • Boxed – Closed
  • Live – Closed

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Goat/Cow – Closed


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Sheep – Closed

Cow – Closed

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Qurban meat will be flown in to Singapore and distributed accordingly.

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Sheep – Closed

Cattle – Closed

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Qurban meat will be distributed to the poor, orphans and disabled in Dindigul or Hyderabad, India.

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Qurban meat will be distributed to the poor, orphans and disabled in Mandalay, Myanmar.

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Qurban meat will be distributed to the poor, orphans and disabled by our partners in Cambodia.

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Qurban meat will be distributed to the poor, orphans and disabled in Malaysia.

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Qurban meat will be distributed to the poor, orphans and disabled by our partners in Pakistan.

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Qurban meat will be distributed to the poor, orphans and disabled in Manisa, Turkey.

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Qurban meat will be distributed to the poor, orphans and disabled in Satkhira and Kulna, Bangladesh.

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Sri Lanka

Qurban meat will be distributed to the poor, orphans and disabled in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka.

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Qurbān (Arabicقربان) or uḍḥiyah (Arabicأضحيةlit.‘sacrificial animal’) as referred to in Islamic law, is a ritual animal sacrifice of a livestock animal during Eid al-Adha. It commemorates the sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and his son Ismail (AS) to Allah swt as an act of obedience and faith. It is performed during the four-day celebration of Eid al-Adha, which takes place on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the twelfth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. The festival begins after the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, known as the Hajj, is completed.

Qurban involves the sacrifice of a domesticated animal, typically a sheep, goat, cow, or camel, to symbolize the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim and his son to sacrifice their most precious possession for the sake of Allah. Muslims who are financially capable are required to perform the ritual once in their lifetime, either individually or collectively as a community.

After the sacrifice, the animal is divided into three parts: one-third is kept for the person who performed the sacrifice, one-third is distributed to family, friends, and neighbors, and one-third is donated to the poor and needy. This act of generosity and sharing reinforces the values of compassion, brotherhood, and charity in Islam.

The Qurban ritual is not just about sacrificing an animal, but it also signifies the willingness to submit to the will of Allah, to show gratitude for His blessings, and to reaffirm the commitment to Islam. It is a reminder of the importance of sacrifice, obedience, and faith in the lives of Muslims.

The purpose of offering the qurban is to attain nearness to Allah (swt). The act of Qurbani encompasses the very essence of Islam; submission to the will of Allah (swt) and the willingness to sacrifice whatever is asked of us to achieve closeness to Him, just as Prophet Ibrahim (as) demonstrated so many centuries earlier.

Selecting the right livestock

The sacrificial animal should be the best one, old enough, and without any defect. Rasulullah (SAW) says:

“Four types of animals are unlawful to be sacrificed:

  1. Having defective eyes
  2. Having illness
  3. Limping; and
  4. Skinny with no fats.”

(Bukhari and Muslim)

Another Hadith reported:

“Do not slaughter but a Musinnah (Livestock who already grew adult teeth).
If it is too hard for you (to get it), then slaughter a Jadza’ah (one year of age or more) from among the sheep.”

(HR Muslim).

From Our CEO

Though what we are doing may be subliminal, it is still an effort from Muslims to the world. These efforts are made to take care of the needy and who knows the children or adults from those impoverished areas appreciate our help and decide to embrace Islam one day.


– fadzuli wahab, ceo,

Place your Qurban orders with us


With over 10 years of experience in providing high-quality Qurban services, we are the perfect choice for all your Qurban needs. Our team of experts has extensive knowledge of Islamic traditions and guidelines, ensuring that every Qurban ritual is performed with utmost care, respect, and professionalism.


Our online Qurban registration allows you to easily and quickly reserve your Qurban animal of choice from the comfort of your home, without having to physically visit a vendor.

Multiple Countries

We offer a range of livestocks from multiple countries. Your Qurban will have an impact on Muslims from both the local community or other parts of the world. This widened effect allows benefits to be spread out across the world, and you are are rewarded as much for your deed.


Your orders can come with a Certification, complete with photos of your Qurban. Each certificates will be mailed directly to you after the Qurban is fulfilled, as proof or your participation in your Qurban for the year.

Aqiqah (Indonesia only)

Welcoming a new bundle of joy? Looking to perform Aqiqah for him or her? We have special packages for parents seeking to perform Aqiqah as a mark of gratitude for Allah's new gift to you. Speak to us to find out more about it.

Look, Ma! There's a Sheep in the Living Room!

To commemorate the opening of orders for our Qurban packages, we created some Instagram filters for you to pose with either a sheep or goat wherever you are! Augmented reality technology is pretty awesome, don’t you think?

Click on either one of the photos below to try it (You need to use the front facing camera on your mobile for it to work).