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  • DA'WAH ACTIVITIES:

The Glorious Qur'an says: “Invite (all) to the Way of thy Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching”.

IMWA Organizes Da'wah lectures to facilitate awareness of the teachings of Islam and help create the better Muslims of tomorrow. On November 4, 1997 in collaboration with KKIC, Kuwait Kerala Islahi Center a three day mega event was conducted. Other than expatriate community a good number of Kuwaiti residents too attended this lecture series by Dr. Zakir Naik. Lectures were held in different parts of Kuwait. Thousands of people benefited from this event. IMWA has lately organized many such Da'wah lectures series by inviting renowned Dai's like Dr. Bilal Philips, Dr. Jamal Badawi and others.

  • EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES:

IMWA conducts educational seminars inviting students from all schools of Kuwait to participate in Debate and Quiz Competitions, Career Guidance etc. IMWA held a mega Educational Meet in Indian Embassy from morning till late night. Eminent educational stalwart in Kuwait attended the event. More than 600 students from the Indian Schools in Kuwait were present.

  • EID MILAN:

The families of all IMWA members meet once or twice a year to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-Al-Adha. IMWA also conducts picnic to bring all the members together. Separate arrangements for ladies are made.

  • FINANCIAL AID:

IMWA gives scholarships to the needy from any part of India. IMWA responses to any distress call may it be financial or for rendering any official help to the needy through its good offices in the Embassy or in Kuwait.

  • IFTAR TO SAIM:

IMWA has been conducting Camp Iftar in various labour camps in Kuwait. The Camp Iftar are held every year in the month of Ramadan in collaboration with IPC. IMWA's team of volunteers makes all kind of arrangements during these Iftar get-togethers in the camps.

  • LIAISON WITH THE INDIAN EMBASSY:

IMWA is registered with Indian Embassy in Kuwait. IMWA keeps a constant contact with the Embassy and always its representatives attend all the meeting called by His Excellency the Ambassador of India. IMWA responds to any distress call by the Embassy and contribute to the collection of funds, for any notional calamity. The former president of IMWA was one of the wardens selected by the Embassy during the days of the threat of war from Saddam Hussain.

  • LIAISON WITH THE PEOPLE OF KUWAIT:

IMWA sent its civil volunteers to the civil defense of Kuwait during the war crises faced by the Kuwaiti people. We at IMWA always take privilege in building bridges between the people of our host country and India.

  • MEDICAL & DENTAL SEMINAR:

IMWA has organized Health Seminars like General Health Seminar, and Oral Health Seminar in 1996 and 1998 respectively in Indian Embassy Hall, which were attended by thousands of people. On these occasions we issued Health Guidance, and Oral Health Guide. In 2002 IMWA conducted a successful seminar on cardiac diseases and their treatment by well known cardiologists of Kuwait in Indian Community School Salmiya, which was very well appreciated by the community.

  • RAMADAN/QUR'AN COMPETITIONS:

IMWA conducts Abdullah Hamza Dalvi memorial Ramadan/Quran Competition on regular basis every year. This competition has gained prestige through years and has become a popular event in Kuwait. This is a nation competition and school children are eager to take part in it. The winners are conferred with the awards to encourage their religious learning skills. This competition is named after IMWA's late President, Abdullah Hamza Dalvi.

  • SPORTS ACTIVITIES:

IMWA conducts sports activities and some times rendered training course for cricket and other sports. Games are conducted for adults and children to promote sports for which prizes are distributed.

  • WOMEN CELL:

IMWA Women cell organizes ladies only programs. The Women Cell has been conducting many competitions in the past for the benefit of women folk.

 
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