One of the most important aspects for the Muslim community at this time is Islamic education. Therefore, we are conducting the Maktab Program in order to enhance religious education for Muslim children in Bangladesh.
By the grace of Allah, our curriculum has been accepted by many individuals and organizations who have implemented and helped to improve the curriculum to meet the needs of our youth during this time and age.
Through this syllabus, students would learn to recite the Holy Qur’an with Tajweed, and memorize part of it. They will also learn Arabic, Hadith, Tarbiyah, Aqaa’id, Masaa’il, etc. with relative ease. This method enables students to absorb more education in less amount of time. Moreover, students could choose the time most suitable for class, as well as spend only 1.5 hours per day, 5 days a week. The syllabus is designed in such a way so as to enable the students to learn at least one new thing every day.
The teachers have been provided with a Teachers’ Guide to help them prepare for the impending classes. The most exclusive feature of this syllabus is its uniformity. The subjects have been divided into days, weeks, and months which enable the teachers as well as the parents to monitor the progress easily. At the end of every lesson, a questionnaire is provided to enable the students to view where they stand in their studies. The authenticity of contents has been strictly monitored in the syllabus and has been mentioned where necessary. Textbooks have been designed in a colorful and pleasant way to interest the children. A prayer timetable is also included at the end of the textbooks in order to inspire the student to fulfill this important obligation.
A devastating fire on 22 March swept through the world’s largest refugee camp complex in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh in which more than 45,000 people are displaced and more than 10,000 homes are lost or severely damaged, while several hospitals and medical facilities are razed to the ground.
More than 100 mosques have been burnt as well together with madrasah and all schooling materials for the refugee students.
Therefore, we are raising funds to bring hope to the Muslim children in Bangladesh so they can learn Al-Quran again. These Al-Quran will be distributed to 10,000 students from 6 camps in Bangladesh which include Kutupalong Refugee Camp, Bhalukhali Refugee Camp, Thaingkhali Refugee Camp, Lombashia Refugee Camp, Nayapara Refugee Camp, and Teknap Refugee Camp.