Back to Basics is a series of essays aimed to understand the profound impact of His Holiness Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin's TUS initiatives and programs that have come to the fore under his leadership. They seek to contextualise them in a contemporary framework, thereby highlighting the relevance and need of such visionary ideas.
Happy Threads, the Bohra community women empowerment initiative set up a stall at the Mother of the Nation Festival in Abu Dhabi this year.
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Community members in San Francisco lend a hand to the Alameda Creek Alliance in a sustained effort to cleanup the area.
To celebrate World Sparrow Day BFI India and Bohra community members distributed bird feeders to locals in an attempt to raise awareness.
Dawoodi Bohra women in San Francisco organised an innovative business workshop series called 'The Journeys To Entrepreneurship' to help women succeed in business.
To commemorate International Women's Day and encourage budding businesswomen, an exhibition was organised in Dubai for and by the women of the community.
Ladies of London organised an art exhibition to support the mental health charity MIND in empowering individuals with mental illness.
As part of World Water Day, Project Rise representatives installed hand pumps in two villages with the help of the Rotary Club of Bombay and EmpowHer India Foundation
More than 50 artists from across the world are showcasing their work at the Radiant Arts exhibition in Mumbai entitled, “Roots and Wings”.
The BFI Reforestation and Environmental Study Drive aims to restore depleting forests to their original state and educate future generations about conservation and environmental responsibility
Bohra women turn up in increasing numbers to participate in the Mithi River and Dana Pani Beach cleanup drive