The WHUC Foundation seeks to provide valuable insights that can aid decision makers, organisers and pilgrims with substantial intelligence to facilitate care for pilgrims under pandemic conditions. WHUC Established in 2011.
COVID 19 Hajj & Umrah Global Response Team
Our Special Projects Division seeks to innovate ambitious and scalable solutions to address the challenges that came along with the advent of the COVID 19 Pandemic.
The negative impact of COVID 19 on the Hajj & Umrah sector can be felt across, social, political, commercial, health, educational and religious divides, impacting the entirety of the Hajj & Umrah Eco-System.
Our team of specialists represent a plethora of credible field experience and academic insight. Brought together for their expertise in Hajj & Umrah Management, R&D and pandemics, the World Hajj and Umrah Care Foundation along within its partner’s seeks to produce viable solutions to address the current challenges and to aid in the industry’s rejuvenation process.
“This unique white paper titled, “Hajj Under Pandemic Conditions” introduces a new model “Qualification by Filtration” a method that observes the political sensitivities of quota distribution, health and social distancing protocols, and protection for pilgrims through venting vulnerabilities that could potentially leave Muslims exposed to harm”.
Quoted CEO of the Government of India Hajj Committee – Dr. Maqsood Ahmed Khan after he reviewed the white-paper report.
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The WHUC Foundation seeks to provide valuable insights that can aid decision makers, organisers and pilgrims with substantial intelligence to facilitate care for pilgrims under pandemic conditions.