Continuous Professional Development Seminar for Muballigheen December 2013

For the third consecutive year, the Mission in collaboration with IEB of World Federation of KSIMC, The Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa and Central Bilal Board organized a ten day workshop for muballigheen and muballighat in an effort to create a platform to share knowledge and experience.


The workshop attracted 96 participants from various organizations in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda that was led by the Alhaj Sheikh Ayub Rashid from the United Kingdom.

The workshop commenced on 17th to the 27th of December 2013 at Bilal Hall.

Watch a brief video of the same


The Seminar was based on the following topics:


- Leadership and Team building skills
- Community development
- Food & Nutrition
- Teaching methodologies
- Building a community
- Mass Media
- Islam & Economy
- Ulum Al Quran

Other practical initiatives that ignited critical thinking from the participants included debates, question and answer sessions, quote of the day – assigned to different participant every day, practical leadership in prayers and duas.


Individuals who presented papers during the event included: Hassan Kariuki, Sheikh Stambuli A Nassir, Murtaza Jaffer, Salim Chiro and Ust Mohamed Hashim


In his address at the closing ceremony, Sheikh Ayub encouraged the participants to seek knowledge continuously. He also urged them to put in practice what they have learnt in the seminar. “It is one thing to learn, it is another to put into practice what you have learnt.”


The Participants were awarded with certificates and books.


Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya would like to thank the IEB of the World Federation, the Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa for their support and Co-sponsoring, KSI Mombasa Jamaat for their support and cooperation in organizing this event and the various organizations who sent in their participants contributed in making this seminar successful.
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