Bilal Muslim Mission Kenya

To promote the Madhab of Ahlul Bait (a.s.) with other non-member Shia communities and with Muslims and non-Muslims at large in Kenya



“Good habits formed at youth make all the difference.”

The Mission has been holding Vacation camps for Madressah since 2013. These camps enhance the students with spiritual and moral upbringing. The students also benefit with religious knowledge and general knowledge on the emerging issues that affects the youth. This also helps them to develop skills in communication, leadership, dua recitations and socially interact with students from various regions.

The Mission in December this year held a similar camp at the Mission’s Jaffery Centre, Macknon Road. This was the Mission’s first centre initiated in 1972. The camp was scheduled from 25th November to 9th December 2014. Some of the topics that were included in this year’s camp were; Women in Islam, Rights of Teenagers, Drug Abuse & Affects, HIV/AIDS, Prophethood, Imamate, Masails, Ghadir, Sakifa and other topics.

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MUHARRAM 1436 AH



On 26th October 2014, as Muslims across the globe observed the holy month of Muharram, the mission commemorated this month by mourning on the events of Kerbala. Various programs were conducted in all BMMK 15 centres and in Mombasa for the first ten days of the month.

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Discover Islam Seminar
Egerton University - 7th October 2014

On Tuesday 7th October 2014, students of Egerton University, Njoro, were invited by Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya to attend a Discover Islam Seminar.   The students were from the Department of Philosophy, History and Religion from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. They were accompanied by Dr. Onyancha, the Chairman and Mr. Macharia Mwangi, the Senior lecturer.  

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Bilal Muslim Mission on 29th August 2014 managed to send 6 members from different Women Groups in each zone to participate in the Agricultural Society (ASK) Show which was held in Mkomani, Mombasa. 

 










Objectives of the trip

  • Networking
  • Marketing - looking for end market for their products
  • Exposure of new business skills
The members were able to view and learn different things from different people during the show. Stalls like the Irrigation Schemes (i.e. nurseries & balcony farming), Veterinary, Chicken incubators, apiculture (Rearing of bees), Livestock rearing, poultry keeping, Charcoal Briquetting, green houses, Sugarcane millers, rope making, cotton farming and handicrafts were educative to the members.
 

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Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya in August 2014 conducted a combined Module 1 training for all new members in Zainabiyya Women Group-Masongaleni, Rahma Women Group – Kilungu and Masumin Women Group – Nzavoni in Ukambani area.
 
The module was held for 5 days where sessions on group mobilization, leadership and savings skills were held and it was facilitated by the head trainer Sis Sidi Nyota and assisted by Sis Kauchi Chifui.
 
Sessions on Islamic Religious Education were also held during the training which was facilitated by the Muallim in charge Ust Said Ali Noor.   The Average daily attendance of the participants was 35.


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