Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin supports Abu Dhabi Mangrove Initiative by contributing over 10,000 Mangrove saplings.
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This story was reported by Khaleej Times on 4th December 2022 The Bohra Islamic Cultural Complex at Mohammed bin Zayed city was packed to capacity on Sunday 4th, December, as thousands of Dawoodi Bohra community members, along with government officials, diplomats and ambassadors, gathered to welcome Sultan al Bohra Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin to Abu Dhabi….
At MEWAR Awards 2022, the Dawoodi Bohra community in Dubai was conferred with a ‘Special Category Award’ for its outstanding contributions and commitment to making a positive environmental impact in the region.
Sultan al-Bohra Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin gifts 250 date palms in an effort to promote Sustainable Agriculture and Conservation.
This story was reported in Khaleej Times on September 18. Communities and Corporates in the UAE joined hands to collect tonnes of waste on the eve of World Cleanup Day on Saturday. The Dawoodi Bohras community in Sharjah on Sunday announced that its volunteers collected approximately two tonnes of waste on the occasion of World…
This story was reported by Gulf News on September 19. Around 500 Dawoodi Bohra volunteers in Dubai joined hands to undertake an e-waste recycling and clean up drive at five locations in and around community centres in Al-Qusais and Warqa neighbourhoods. The community conducted a clean-up drive on September 17 and 18 in a bid…
This story has been reported by Arab Times on 14th September 2022 and on 17th September 2022. Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin arrived in Kuwait on the 14th of September 2022 from Cairo, Egypt to commemorate the occasion of Arbaeen, which falls on the 16th of September. Arriving under the high level protocol as ‘State Guest’, Syedna…
World Cleanup Day is the largest one-day civic action to engage volunteers across 180 countries emphasising the global waste management issue and its impact on the environment.
This World Cleanup Day, The Dawoodi Bohras of the Middle East undertook multiple cleanup and awareness drives across different locations as part of Project Rise, the community’s global philanthropic arm and in keeping with the United Nations’ Sustainable Goals agenda.
His Excellency, Indian Ambassador Piyush Srivastava visited the Dawoodi Bohra Masjid Al Burhani Complex in Manama accompanied by Third Secretary Mr. Ihjas Aslam, Mrs. Monica Srivastava, and Mrs. Sadiya Machingal. The dignitaries were welcomed by the Dawoodi Bohra community head in Bahrain Mr. Mustafa Zakavi and Mrs. Insiyah Zakavi.
Add Your Heading Text Here عالمنا ، اهتمامنا Our Planet, Our Responsibility! Sustainability and preservation lie at the core of the Dawoodi Bohra ethos. By launching various proactive campaigns throughout the year, ranging from cleanliness drives, bird conservation programs to curbing food wastage, the community has always sought to advocate awareness & action when…