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MATW Islamic Projects are aimed at providing poverty-stricken communities with a secure and clean place to pray and connect as a community. These centres are built in both remote and city locations throughout West Africa, providing communities with a safe space to worship Allah SWT in peace and comfort. These centres also serve as a source of bonding and learning for many newly reverted Muslims and provide the community with educational opportunities where children and adults can learn to read and recite the Quran.
These Centres host the weekly Jumua prayers on Fridays, Eid prayers, daily prayers and Iftar/Ramadan prayers. They can comfortably accommodate between 250-500 people at any given time!
MATW runs several Islamic projects around the world and the success rate is increasing gradually. This time, we have set our mind to collect donations from the United States and build a mosque in the needful areas. Palestine, Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, Lebanon, and several countries of Africa are in a crisis of prayers home due to war and conflict.
Help construct a main masjid block for 80-90 people and a small masjid for a community, each with a praying area of 100 sqm.
Be a part of creating a sacred space for the community, by supporting the construction of a main masjid block and medium masjid, each with a spacious praying area of 150 sqm.
Your donation can bring a new sacred space to life for a large community, by helping to construct a main masjid block and a grand mosque, with a spacious praying area of 250 sqm.
A clean and comfortable prayer mat is essential for our Muslim brothers and sisters in West Africa to perform their daily prayers.
Add 50 sqm of space to any mosque in West Africa with 2 classrooms, each 25 sq; perfect for growing congregations and religious education.
Your generosity can aid in the construction of a main masjid block and a small mosque, providing a serene and devout space for the small community to connect with Allah through prayer.
Note: Donations to Masjids and Dawah projects fall under a non-developmental category and are non tax-deductible.