Bilal Muslim Mission

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

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MAHE RAMADHAN 1432 AH

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Alhamdullilah, as we come to the end of the Holy Month of Ramadhan the Mission has managed to bring smiles on the faces of the people in the rural areas who have been facing great difficulties that arose due to droughts in many parts of Kenya.

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As a part of tableegh activity the Mission has established 14 Pre-Primary schools in different rural centres for free Pre Primary Education.  This education is imparted in accordance to the National Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) curriculum.

On June 11th, 2011, the teachers of Amani Pre Primary School, Dembwa were honored the first position for being the Best Managed Pre-Primary school in the Chawia Zone, Mwatate District in imparting the ECDE education.  They were presented with a trophy and Certificate of Academic Commendation by Ministry of Education Science and Technology, Taita Taveta District.  The teachers Sister Rehema Machila and Sister Amina Diyo are ECDE qualified teachers by the Mwatate District Education Officers from the ECDE department.

A Survey conducted by the ECDE Department showed, maximum students qualifying the entrance exams for class 1 in Primary Schools were former students from Amani Pre-Primary School.  The teachers’ effort in providing quality education and producing learners ready for transition was highly recognized by the officers.  

Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya would like to thank all those who supported this noble cause and teachers for their continuous dedication towards the tableegh activities.

ORGANIZERS:

Bilal Muslim Mission of Arusha and Abu Baseer Specialist Eye Clinic with the permission of the Zanzibar National Eye Coordinator’s office and blessings of The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of the Zanzibar Government organized the above in Pemba,

PARTICIPANTS:

Pemba Airport- Standing Left to right

  1. Mr. Jaffer Somji  ( Optometrist)
  2. Mr. Medson Zacharia ( Senior Ophthalmic Nurse)
  3. Dr. Kazim Dhalla ( Ophthalmologist)
  4. Mr. Ali  Rashid ( Ophthalmic assistant and In charge of eye department- Chake)
  5. Mr. Muhammad Rustam ( Volunteer)
  6. Mr. Abdulla Muhammad ( Nursing assistant)
  7. Mr. AbdulRasul Alidina ( Volunteer)

LOCATION:

Chake Chake hospital – Pemba

ACTIVITIES:

The team arrived in Chake Chake hospital at 1600 Hrs and straight away went to work. Cataract patients had already been admitted by Mr. Ali Rashid and a confirmatory examination was done by the doctors while the volunteers prepared the list for surgery.

Surgeries started on Saturday morning and 29 cataract surgeries were performed till late evening while the other team was screening patients at the OPD. More patients were admitted and the following day, Sunday, 25 cataract surgeries were performed including second eyes of those who had bilateral matured cataracts, thus 54 eyes of 44 patients were operated in two days.

It was all smiles after the surgery especially for those who were bilaterally blind for a long time.  All patients were given drops to use and counselled on how to take care of their eyes for best outcome before being discharged from the hospital. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT:

The organisers appreciate the cooperation and assistance they received from all who made this camp successful. We wish to acknowledge the following individuals and organizations: 

  1. Dr. Malick Juma- The Director General, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Zanzibar.
  2. Dr. Fatma Kao- The Zanzibar National Eye Care Coordinator
  3. Zanair – For transporting the Operating Microscope
  4. CCBRT Disability Hospital - for lending the Operating Microscope
  5. Emslies Travel Agents
  6. Zamzam Stationeries
  7. Ask.or.tz
  8. Mr. Hanif AbdulRasul
  9. Mr. Murtaza Dhalla
  10. All the volunteers

Before surgery – She did not even know where to look for the photograph. Notice the dense, white cataract in both her eyes. She has lived with these cataracts for a long time waiting for this simple surgery to enable her to see her lovely grandchildren.

After surgery- she is happy and eager to go home to her grandchildren. She was not very keen to smile because she is now concerned she has no teeth! It is time for a dental camp now.

Report by:

Dr. Kazim A Dhalla

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Thank You

The Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa also wish to aknowledge and extend its appreciation to the Organizers, Doctors, Volunteers and all those who assisted in one way or the other in this important and worthy exercise to assist people who suffer from eye diseases and those having problems with their eye sight. We also wish to commend the Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania for coordinating these programs.

eyecamp_marumbo_1On 10th of April Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania organised an eye camp at Marumbo village 75 kms from Dar es Salaam city.

Five hundred and twenty patients were screened. For the first time Bilal used an auto-refractometer which speeded the screening. A generator and a stabilizer were also installed temporarily to aide the delicate equipments.

Four hundred and twenty (420) spectacles were prescribed and 20 sunglasses were handed over. Two hundred and fifty units of medicine were prescribed including Vitamin A, B and Multivitamins.

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Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania held a free eye camp at Vigwaza village about 80 km from Dar es Salaam which was held at Vigwaza Primary School, by courtesy of The Headmaster of the school. Zuberi Hassani. We are grateful to him and his team for giving us full support and cooperation.

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The Bilal Comprehensive School Final results for the year 2010 revealed that students sponsored by Zainabiyya Child Sponsorship Scheme (ZCSS) excelled in their studies.

ZCSS sponsors 106 students in the primary and secondary levels through Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania.

Click here to view a table of the students awarded a 100% fees grant for the year 2011 by the scheme.

bmmk Professional Development Seminar for Centre Imams

Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is the means through which people maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge and skills and develop the personal qualities required in their professional lives. To enable the Centre Imams to cope with the challenges they face at the rural centres a ten days' seminar was conducted by Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya and the Islamic Education Board of the World Federation of KSIMC from the 20th December 2010 to the 30th December 2010 in Mombasa.

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