As I contemplate on how to pen down my experience as a mentor for the recently concluded WF girls’ youth course, my thoughts run to the time when I was a little girl and yearned to go out and explore the world, similar to these girls who were bubbling with exuberance, vitality and an insatiable thirst for learning new things. My mentoring experience to these girls was exhilarating and a source of enlightenment.
Updated on 12 March 2018
The World Federation and India Federation are holding two residential camps in India this April.
Following on directly, the Boys’ Youth Camp will run from 27th – 30th April for boys aged between 13 and 16. This is the sixth boys’ youth camp in a row and will follow a similar format to the camp for girls. The course is aimed to cover a range of interesting topics including interactive sessions on Islamic guidance, wudhu & namaaz assessment, sports activities and personal development training. This is a fantastic opportunity for children to develop Islamically, spiritually and socially, with other like-minded children of our community.
We have received incredible feedback about this camp in the past, with one parent saying ‘Thanks a lot for helping our children towards spiritual development with such innovative lessons. My son is back spiritually stirred’.
The deadline for applications for both of these camps is the 10th of April. Do not miss out on this incredible opportunity for self-development!
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.
The World Federation India office in collaboration with India Federation organised the Second Leadership Development Programme (LDP) in India as part of their vision to develop spiritual and vibrant communities that serve humanity.