Salam TV, Charity Partner with Khalidiiyah Islamic school for community development

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Salam TV, Charity Partner with Khalidiiyah Islamic school for community development
Khalidiiyah Islamic Primary School resident director Hajjat Janat Nabugabo welcomes team from Salam Charity and Salam TV

On May 17, Salam TV and Charity partnered with Khalidiiyah Islamic Primary School to strengthen the community through education and development.

The day began with Sheikh Mafo Shafic leading the Jumah prayer at AYA Mosque in Wamatovu-Katende, emphasizing gratitude to Allah for the gift of Islam.

After the prayer, the team visited Khalidiiyah Islamic Primary School, where they were warmly welcomed by Resident Director Hajjat Janat Nabugabo.

Hajj Karim Kaliisa, Managing Director of Salam Charity and Salam TV, reaffirmed his commitment to this partnership, highlighting their dedication to community improvement through education.

Hajjat Janat Nabugabo expressed her gratitude to Hajji Karim Kaliisa, the Salam TV team, parents, and attendees.

Hajj Karim Kaliisa, Managing Director of Salam Charity and Salam TV speaking at Khalidiiyah Islamic Primary School

She invited everyone to enroll their children at Khalidiiyah Islamic Primary School, promising excellent education in both secular and Islamic studies, including Quran memorization.

She emphasised the school's commitment to helping children succeed academically and spiritually.

This partnership marks a significant step in community development, with both organizations aiming to empower young minds and foster a strong spiritual foundation.

Through this collaboration, they aspire to create a positive impact in the community and beyond.

Hajjat Janat Nabugabo assured continued collaboration with Salam TV and Charity to ensure successful outcomes.

As the event concluded, there was a sense of hope and optimism for a brighter future, driven by the collective efforts of Salam TV and Charity, Khalidiiyah Islamic Primary School, and the community.

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