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    Renovations in Bangladesh

    Allah’s Messenger Salallahu ‘alaihi wasallam said, ‘The most beloved of places to Allah is the masjid, and the most detested of places to Allah is the marketplace.

    - Sahih Muslim
     

    Renovations in Bangladesh

    In poorer countries, masjids, as well as being a place of worship, are a base from which community services are provided.  Due to poverty however, in countries such as Bangladesh, masjids and madrassahs have been left in a dilapidated state.

    Ummah Welfare Trust knows the masjids and madrassahs are essential for Muslim communities and have to be maintained. The charity has an innovative project where masjids and madrassahs in Africa and Asia are renovated. Thanks to your donations the charity recently helped renovate three masjids and madrassahs in northern Bangladesh.

    In Kalikapur, your donations allowed Jame Masjid to build new ablution facilities. A well was dug, a water tanker was provided and wudu facilities were constructed. The new facilities allow more worshippers to now prepare from prayers inshaAllah. Alhamdulillah around 200-250 worshippers attend this masjid.

    Renovations in Bangladesh

    The inside of Jame Masjid in Northodangi was fully renovated alhamdulillah. The walls were re-tiled and painted and the pulpit was also refurbished. The floors of the masjid and the veranda were also renovated. Around 200 worshippers attend this masjid.

    Renovations in Bangladesh

    In the past children at Jamiatus Sunna Nurani madrassah would study outdoors due to the lack of facilities. Alhamdulillah your donations allowed a new madrassah building to be constructed for the students. The new building has three extra classes and means that up to a 100 more children can learn the Qur’an and the essentials of deen inshaAllah.

    Renovations in Bangladesh