Rehab India Foundation organized a Gaurdian Awareness Programme in Musafartola Primary School, Bansibari. Mr. Shamim Aktar, Community Teacher welcomed the gathering. Mr. Bhartijha, Headmistress inaugurated the gathering and said that she will always support these villages for their development in education. Mr. Sadagar Ali, Project Coordinator, briefed that gathering about the duties and responsibilities of parents towards the education of their children. Mr. Abdur Rashid, Imam explained about the significance of education in the light of Qur’an and Hadith.
Rehab India Foundation organized a Pass+ programme in the Government Urdu High School, Sonia Gandhi Colony, Gulbarga, Karnataka. The event began with the inaugural speech about Pass+ delivered by Mr. Rauf, Headmaster and he also appreciated the Rehab officials who helped in organizing the event.
Muhammad Suhail, Field Officer explained about the importance of setting up a goal and achieving it to build their future. He also listed out a few examples of many successful personalities who overcame various difficulties to accomplish their goals.
A delegation of about 15 students from the Center for Islamic Philanthropy and Social Finance (CIPSF) an Islamic NGO working in Malaysia, headed by Prof. Dr. Abd Halim Mohd Noor, visited The Milli Gazette office on the 1st of October, 2016. The purpose of their visit was to analyze and gather knowledge about how the Non-Governmental Organizations work here in India. Mr. Dr. Zafarul Islam Khan, Trustee of Rehab India Foundation was also present during this meeting.