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In line with one of the aims of the Womens' Board which is to provide Islamic and professional insight into child development, behavioral needs and inform mothers of the different approaches to child nurturing in the modern context, the Board organized a talk on MIND SHIFT on Friday 7th December 2012 at the Mehfile Abbas, Dar-es-Salaam.

The talk was addressed by the visiting Zakira Kanize Zainab Lakadawala from Mumbai, India and the topic was "How to bridge the Generation Gap". About 400 ladies attended this enlightening talk.

The ladies found the presentation quite interesting and beneficial as it related to the day-to-day practical life and child upbringing in this era.

Zakira Kanize Zainab talk was focused on the following points:

  • Live in the present.
  • Compromise and Sacrifice is what life is all about.
  • Try to be in line with your children.
  • When you speak, make sure your speech holds value for your children.
  • Home environment should always be pleasant and it is in the hands of a woman to ensure that takes place.
  • Women have the most powerful weapon – The Brain.
  • Never ever compare your children.
  • Change is very important therefore we have to change, however, change does not mean compromising the Islamic Values.
  • Do not make mountains out of mole hills.
  • Be mentally happy and you will always be happy. Positive thinking is the key word.

 

SECRETARIAT - Women Board of The Africa Federation

Fatim_SomjiThe Secretariat is pleased to announce Sis Fatim Sadick Somji of Dar es Salaam, as the first Chair of the Africa Federation Women's Board which was formed during the Supreme Council session of 2011.

Sis Fatim is an active member of the Dar-es-Salaam Jamaat and has served in various committees over the years, and is presently the Hon. Secretary of the Central Board of Education (CBE) of KSI Jamaat, Dar-es-Salaam.

Sis Fatim regards her greatest contributions to the community in being a teacher at the Husayni Madrasah for the past 20 years teaching both girls and boys, and is now head of department of Quran Theory at the Madrasah. In addition, she is also part of the Dar-es-Salaam Jamaat Media Room team for the past 6 years as the Ladies coordinator.

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