Announcement – Essay and Quiz Competition held by the AFED Women’s Board
 
The Africa Federation Women’s Board (AFWB) held an Essay and Quiz Competition for ladies of the Community. The objective of the Competition was:
To educate women on the Islamic viewpoint of family ethics, to inculcate morals and spiritual principles that oversee relationships between family members and to give an Islamic insight into the Life of Our Role Models like the Lady of Light.

This Competition was held in celebration of the Wiladah of the Lady of Light Bibi Fatimah Zahra (AS). The competition was launched on the Wiladah of Bibi Zainab (AS) – and submission was done on the wiladah of the Lady of Light Janabe Fatimah (AS).

The aim of the essay writing was to involve all the ladies under Africa Federation Jamaats to contribute their views on a good Family Life and discuss the structure of an ideal family as adored by Islam. Also discuss the bonding of a family, marriage and child upbringing responsibilities according to Islam and how it influences the society.
 
The 46 Essays were very well structured and written according to the given criteria, this made it even more difficult and challenging for the judges to come up with winners. Since the Board only had to come up with one winner, a decision had to be made to pick the winner.
 
We have five runners up who also presented very good essays. All the participants will also receive Certificates of participation and some cash prize of consolation. This is just a small token of gratitude for all their good efforts; the ultimate reward shall be from the Almighty (SWT).

The Essay submitted by Sister. Masuma Habib of Nairobi Jamaat was adjudged the best essay of the Competition
 
The following are the Runners up: 

Rehana Zuher Jetha

    KSIJ of Bujumbura Burundi   

Rayhana S Molu

Mombasa

Zainab Shaukatali Gulamhussein      

Mombasa

Tahera Esmail

Dar es Salaam

Naznin Mukhtar

Arusha

 

A 24- hour online Quiz Competition was also held and 225 participants took part in this Quiz, which was very challenging and thought provoking. The Quiz opened on the night of the Wiladah of Lady Fatimah (SA) at 6.00 p.m. and closed next day at 6.00 p.m.
 
Sister Mumtaz Khaki of Mombasa Jamaat is the winner of the Quiz Competition.
 
Runners Up awards for the quiz go to: 

Sharmeen Asharia    

   Dar es Salaam    

Sabeeha Jetha

Burundi

Azra Sheriff

Arusha

Ateka Manji

  Dar es Salaam   

Zahra Sadiqali

Nairobi

 
Both winners, sister Masuma Habib for winning the essay competition and sister Mumtaz Khakifor winning the Quiz competition will be awarded a ticket to Ziyarah of Iraq during Ashura 1438 (October 2016).  Congratulations to both the winners. The runners up, all will be awarded Certificates and tokens of participation.
 
We had participants from Arusha, Burundi, Dar-es-Salaam, Mombasa, Moshi, Mwanza, Nairobi and Tanga Jamaats and hope that more Jamaats will participate in our future competitions.
 
The Africa Federation Women’s’ Board congratulates the winners and the runners up for their remarkable performance. We acknowledge with appreciation the dedication and hard work put in by all the participants. 
 
The Board records its sincere appreciation to Sister Fatma Hasham of Travelstart, Tanzania Ltd, for the donating the ticket to Iraq for the Essay winner.
 
Our heartiest appreciation goes to all those who have assisted in preparation and marking the Quiz and Essay questions. May Allah (S.W.T.) give them more strength to continue the noble services that they are rendering to the Community.
 
I would also like to thank the Jamaat representatives of the Women’s’ Board for their services and co-operation.
 
Fatim Somji
Chairperson
AFED Women’s Board

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