Ramadan Relief programme spreads joy in 21 countries

WF-AID’s 2019 Ramadan Relief programme has distributed much-needed food parcels to more than 650,000 people – as well as launching long-term projects to empower impoverished communities. The month-long Food Packs funded by generous donations helped vulnerable families in poverty-stricken and war-torn countries as well as refugees fleeing conflict. This Ramadan, WF-AID distributed 47,628 packs across […]

Read More

How to tackle spiritual challenges – Muballigheen Seminar

Spiritual challenges facing the Khoja community will be discussed at a special seminar this week. The World Federation-Islamic Education North American Muballigheen Seminar in collaboration with NASIMCO will be hosted by ISIJ of Toronto on 20 June. The seminar aims to bring together the North American Muballigheen of the community to: 1) discuss key spiritual […]

Read More

WF loan sparks exciting media career

Zahra Rasool, the Head of Al Jazeera’s Contrast VR, was galvanized in her career by a World Federation Higher Education loan. Zahra was studying at The Missouri School of Journalism at the University of Missouri in the United States when she heard about an exchange program with the University of Westminster in London. She approached […]

Read More

Young soul who touched children’s hearts passes away

Sajida Jivraj-Dharamsi, a young soul, passed away on the 7th of June in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She was the daughter of Gulam Abbas Bhimani and the sister of Ali Jawad, Fatima and Zainab Jivraj. She is desperately missed by her husband, Sajjad Dharamsi and four children, Ali Hasan (aged ten), Muhammad Mahdi (eight), and […]

Read More

A month’s income in a day

The inspiring story of a street seller rescued from a life of absolute poverty in a dangerous neighbourhood shines a light on the success of a pioneering small business loans scheme. The scheme run by HBT (Haydari Benevolent Trust) in Karachi is transforming lives. One such is that of Mr. Shokat. While living in a […]

Read More

“National asset” dies in Karachi

Noted religious scholar Dr. Allama Abbas Kumaili has died after a short illness. Dr. Kumaili was a former President of Karachi Pirhai Jamaat, the largest in the Khoja community with circa 40,000 members. He was described as a “national asset” for his decades of work for Muslim unity and interfaith initiatives. A cricket lover in […]

Read More

Get in touch

0FansLike
0FollowersFollow

Recent Posts

Most Popular

Ramadan Relief programme spreads joy in 21 countries

WF-AID’s 2019 Ramadan Relief programme has distributed much-needed food parcels to more than 650,000 people – as well as launching long-term projects to empower...

How to tackle spiritual challenges – Muballigheen Seminar

Spiritual challenges facing the Khoja community will be discussed at a special seminar this week. The World Federation-Islamic Education North American Muballigheen Seminar in collaboration...

WF loan sparks exciting media career

Zahra Rasool, the Head of Al Jazeera’s Contrast VR, was galvanized in her career by a World Federation Higher Education loan. Zahra was studying at...

Blind tennis ace ready to triumph

Blind tennis ace Naqi Rizvi is heading for the World Championships with high hopes of coming home victorious. The Khoja engineer by qualification, banker by...

Hundreds take part in Qur’an competition

A competition to foster knowledge and love of the Holy Qur’an takes place in Birmingham this weekend. KSIMC Birmingham is hosting the second Lady Fizza...