EUP ANNUAL SEMINAR REPORT 2019

LEARNING IS A CONSTANT PROCESS OF DISCOVERY – A PROCESS WITHOUT EN

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WOMEN EMPOWERMENT ANNUAL SEMINAR 2019

Bilal Muslim mission of Kenya organized a five day seminar from 4th – 8th August 2019 to empower and educate women under the Economic Upliftment Project. The Mission has been conducting this workshop for 8 consecutive years.

 

LEARNING IS A CONSTANT PROCESS OF DISCOVERY-A PROCESS WITHOUT END.

Two women from each of the 15 BMMK Centres and two from Nakuru were invited to take part in this educational workshop.

Some of the topics taught during the workshop were: Importance of education in Islam, Child upbringing and marriage per Islamic way of life, which were facilitated by Sis. Zainab Jaffer and Sis. Ruiya Salim. We also had a lecture on Food Sustenance where women were taught modern techniques of farming by Mr. Aron Luganje. A Microfinance lecture which covered Budgeting, Savings and debt management taught by Mr. Steven. Mr. Peter Mbui facilitated a lecture on rearing Dairy goats and its benefits, and lastly a session on Handicraft where the facilitator Ms. Joyce, taught women how to make beaded table mats and key holders.

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Comments on the Seminar:

“I would like to thank the Mission for organizing such an educational sessions this year again. I have been part of various groups that supports women but I haven’t seen one that supports and empowers women as BMMK does. The dairy goat session during the workshop really inspired me. I will impart all what I have learnt to our group so that all members can benefit.”Fatuma Achia, Lamkani Women Group Mackinnon Centre

“I am very happy to get a chance to participate in this seminar. We have learnt a lot. I will ensure to pass on the knowledge to the rest of the women in my group. I would also like to thank the facilitators for being patient with us and guiding us” Pauline Atieno, Nakuru Centre

“I would like to thank each and everyone who have worked towards making this seminar a success. I enjoyed all the sessions. There was a lot to learn from. Most of the things I didn’t know but now, I do. ” – Fatuma Mwatete, Tujumuikane Women Group Mtongwe Centre

Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya would like to thank all those involved in the process of empowerment of these Women from the rural centres, and for their continuous support to the Mission.

 

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