The aim of the NAMF Sisters Halaqah Program is to educate and mentor young women within the Muslim community between the ages of 13-25. The Sisters Halaqah (circle of knowledge) provides attendees with a sense of Sisterhood and belonging. North American Muslim Foundation recognizes the importance of uplifting our youth, especially young women living within a society that often demoralizes and disrespects the female gender. We at NAMF feel it is imperative to provide our young Sisters with the tools to be able to resist these societal constructs. There is no better tool than the teachings of Allah (SWT) and the example of the Prophet (SAW) and the Mothers of the Believers (RA). Topics discussed at the halaqahs aim to be relevant and cover current issues such as body image, sisterhood, drugs in school, etc.
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NAMF is determined to help children afflicted by a harsh and challenging environment to become positive members of society by providing them with growth opportunities and care.
NAMF strongly believes in imparting dignity and respect to the underprivileged by providing opportunities for the acquisition of proper education and professional skills.
NAMF is devoted to sound management practices by fully deploying its resources towards its various programs and services and constantly seeking ways to improve the efficiency-level of its operations.
NAMF is committed towards formation of partnerships with other community-based organizations, locally and globally, with the aim to foster an environment that generates a just and visionary leadership.
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