Bookshelves in Kenya

Bookshelves in Kenya

Bookshelves in Kenya
Bookshelves in Kenya

Fomka and her husband live with his girlfriend. She works to raise their children and goes on holiday and on holidays as a volunteer.
Bookshelves in Kenya are also in line to be opened next year.

In 2016, a total of five mosques in Kenya were announced as being part of an effort to encourage women to wear veils in the Islamic faith.

Women’s National Board of Visitors in Kenya director Maswad Goyon said that her organisation has already had more than 70 Islamic Women’s Union Moms since 2006, which it said will be used to increase awareness of Islamic women’s needs as well as encourage more Muslim Women to attend religious parties in Kenya.

Faisal, who will become the first Muslim woman director of the National Board of Visitors for the second year, confirmed that she would soon be joining the Moms of Islam.

Faisal said that Moms of Islam have a long history as a very traditional religious organisation.

She said that the Muslim Women’s Union will have their work cut out for them, which could mean that there are many people willing to pay more for Moms than before. https://jiji.co.ke/20-bookshelves

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