The 25th of May marked the re-opening of the "Al-Najaf Residence" for Pilgrims after nearly 40 years!
The World Federation is pleased to share with you it’s Annual Review for 2017/18, which celebrates the work you’ve passionately supported.
This year, The World Federation has been working hard to strengthen our relationships with spiritual leaders, regional bodies and hardworking volunteers, so we can continue to be a solid, united community.
Our commitment remains to serve our community and we’ve been focussing on future generations through our successful Madrasah Centre of Excellence (MCE), which has grown from strength to strength.
We’ve also been responding to the growing needs of our community, and launched exciting projects like the popular 10,000 Steps Challenge, which focused on improving general lifestyle. Our annual Fatima Inspires initiative received a record-breaking number of nominations this year and looks to celebrate inspiring women within our community.
We also took the time to celebrate our rich history as a community with our first ever Khoja Heritage Tour, attended by 60 seniors from regions across the world. After years of hard work and preparation, we also launched our Zero% Admin policy, which ensures all donations are used on the project of your choice and keeps The World Federation self-sustainable for the future.
We’d like to say a big thank you for your generous support and we look forward to doing more together in the future.
The World Federation takes part in The Muslim Convention Event "In Search of A Homeland, A Quest For an Identity". Find out more here.
The President of The World Federation, Dr Asgar Moledina, and the Secretary General, Kumail Manji, visited our community in India last month along with our active social worker & philanthropist Gulambhai Virjee.