Inaugural Women...

Bohra women in Orange County California organised a Women's Conference and Expo aimed at empowering and educating women from the community.

Bohras Particip...

Community members in Bakersfield California participated in a Festival for Peace and Non-Violence organised by California State University

The Ziyārat of ...

An exploration of the Islamic philosophy of life and death followed by a discussion on the concept of ziyārat in general and the ziyārat of Imam Husain in particular.

Happy Threads F...

Happy Threads, the Bohra community women empowerment initiative set up a stall at the Mother of the Nation Festival in Abu Dhabi this year.

Standing Agains...

More than 200 people gather at a vigil held at the Dawoodi Bohra Masjid in Billerica to show support for those who lost their lives in Christchurch and to raise their voices against hate and intolerance.

MP Hon Phil Twy...

The Honourable Member of Parliament Phil Twyford visited the Bohra community centre in Auckland along with a delegation of Christians to show support in the wake of Christchurch terror attacks.

920 Individuals...

This year, 920 Bohra community members from across the world received certification for completing the memorisation of the Holy Quran at the hands of His Holiness

Alameda Creek C...

Community members in San Francisco lend a hand to the Alameda Creek Alliance in a sustained effort to cleanup the area.

Celebrating Wor...

To celebrate World Sparrow Day BFI India and Bohra community members distributed bird feeders to locals in an attempt to raise awareness.

‘The Jour...

Dawoodi Bohra women in San Francisco organised an innovative business workshop series called 'The Journeys To Entrepreneurship' to help women succeed in business.

Empowered Women...

To commemorate International Women's Day and encourage budding businesswomen, an exhibition was organised in Dubai for and by the women of the community.

Consul General ...

Consul General Dr Anupam Ray visited the Bohra Masjid in Houston with his family to stand in solidarity with the Muslim community in the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks.