Sisters4Islam has been supporting communities in areas of Africa with a high population of reverts. We have successfully launched and built madrassahs in areas where new Muslims can access information and get support to learn more about Islam.
Sumbawanga at the border of Zambia and Tanzania
Mosque Project 1
This project began as wakf (community use) to help a complete masjid that had been set-up for the community. In July 2018, Sisters4Islam was able to plaster, floor, roof, paint and do the wudhu area for the masjid. We were also able to purchase the loudspeakers for the masjid.
Lundu, Chikwawa, District, Malawi
Mosque Project 2
In December 2018, Sisters4Islam was approached by the Malawian community at Chikwawa district. The area had a large population of Muslims, and they were praying in a mud shack using plastic as roofing. With generous donations from the community, Sisters4Islam were able to construct a small masjid in the area which would also be used as a madrassah and centre for dawah.
Since it’s construction, the masjid has been a lifeline for the community, and it was able to provide shelter to many families who were stranded and homeless after the floods in March 2019.
Joska County, Kakamega, Kenya
Masjid Tauba Project 3
The foundation and structure for this masjid were already built, but the organizers were struggling to complete the interior and wudhu areas. An appeal was sent out, and Sisters4Islam were able to raise d for the Masjid in March 2020 for the plastering, windows, tiling, and wudhu areas which completed in July 2020.
Magaalocaad at the border of Somalia and Ethiopia
Masjid Project 4
Sisters4Islam received a request from the residents of this area to complete the construction of their Masjid before Eid ul Adha 2020. The residents had nowhere to perform congregational prayers, and they used to pray under the scorching sun. By the grace and mercy of Allah SWT, we were able to raise donations in July 2020 which went towards the windows, doors, plastering and flooring.
The Mosque can now be used for congregational prayers, and it is the first-ever masjid in the area. It has attracted a lot of non-Muslims, and it will be used as a centre to propagate Islam.
Madrassah Project 5
This project was built on land donated as wakf (Community use) by the Muslim community in Namanga, Tanzania. The project was completed in March 2019, and to date, serves the youth and elderly as a madrassah. The area has a large population of Muslims and continues to attract reverts.
Muleba, Kagera, Tanzania
Madrassah project 6
This project began in June 2020 with the help of the Muslim community at Muleba, Kagera, Tanzania. The area has a large population of Muslims and a growing community of reverts. The project has been completed to foundation level at a cost of £1,550 and requires a further £5,000 to complete. We are appealing to the wider community to help assist this project to completion.
What We Do
Empowering Communities who are in charitable need, in particular, vulnerable women and their families. Here are just some of the Services & Projects we offer
Sisters4Islam has been holding regular Halaqahs for those seeking knowledge since 2009.
Wells for Africa
Providing clean, safe water to those in need
Youth & Children
Supporting ongoing activities and projects for the local community
Orphans & Elderly
Dedicated to providing consistent support to orphans and the elderly.
The Iftar program runs every weekend during the month of Ramadan for women and children.
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