Dawoodi Bohras Support UN Goals on Clean Water, Sanitation and Zero Hunger
On International Coastal Cleanup Day students from Aljamea Nairobi participated in the KLDA's annual cleanup drive.
Community members in Chennai and Mumbai came out in numbers on International Coastal Cleanup Day to support the cause.
The community contributed to flood relief efforts in the Indian state of Maharashtra
The Ashara Mubaraka events in Colombo and Chennai successfully conformed to the community's zero food waste policy.
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The Bohra community's Project Rise initiative partners with ANNADA and ICDS to tackle malnutrition amongst children in Govandi and Roha
In celebration of India's 73rd Independence Day, community members organised a host of charitable events.
Young children in Melbourne collected funds and purchased foodstuffs for charity with the help of Baptcare.
Free medical camp organised by community members in Pune City
CEO of Dubai Cares Dr Tariq al-Gurg presented His Holiness' representative in Dubai with a memento in recognition of the community's contribution.
Mr Erik Solheim and Adv Afroz Shah both representing the UN, conducted a seminar for students and faculty members of Aljamea-tus-Saifiyah on marine plastic pollution followed by a cleanup activity on the banks of the Tapti River.