Bilal Muslim Mission Kenya

To promote the Madhab of Ahlul Bait (a.s.) with other non-member Shia communities and with Muslims and non-Muslims at large in Kenya

STEM workshops are designed to provide an interactive and engaging experience to support classroom-based science, technology, engineering and math. A range of soft skills such as; teamwork and communication complement the academic elements to give learners a comprehensive overview of this exciting area.
The workshop involves Destination Imagination (DI) which is the world’s largest creative problem-solving, process-oriented program for K-12 students with 30 years of success.
It is a learning program that encourages students to have fun, take risks, and frame challenges while incorporating STEM, the arts and service learning. 

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The Economic Upliftment Project is about empowering women in the rural centres. This project consists of 15 Women groups established in the rural Centres which are managed by the Mission.

Behind closed doors, we use charcoal stove (jiko) to cook and also to keep warm during cold weathers. Studies conducted by World health organization in 2012 show that 4.3 million people die each year from exposure to indoor air pollution caused by cooking in open fires or rudimentary stoves in poorly ventilated rooms. In order to combat with this problem, Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya introduced the Jiko Bora Project in the year 2018.

The main objective of this project is to promote a healthy lifestyle and also to promote an economical and efficient way of cooking.

The cost of one Jiko is Kshs. 3,600/-. Most Women from the rural area cannot afford to pay this amount due to financial constraints. The Mission has eased their worry by providing them with these jiko’s in form of interest free loans which members can clear in a span of 3 months. A total of 23 Jiko’s were disbursed in 3 centres namely: Burani, Mackinnon and Shimoni in the month of November 2018.


Murtadhwa Self-help group was formed in July 2018 with a total number of 22 members. Officials registered the group and also opened a bank account to deposit their weekly savings. The group meets weekly to conduct savings. In order to gain knowledge on how to maintain records and also other aspects of the group, members requested the Mission to organize for a Module 1 Training.

Seeing the consistency of the group, Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya organized a 5-day Module 1 training also known as Leadership and savings training for Murtadhwa Self-help group which consists of elder Men and youth in Bahakanda centre from 16th-20th October 2018. The training was facilitated by the head trainer of the Women group Sis. Sidi Nyota and assisted by Sis Kauchi Chifui.

Objectives of the group:

  • To increase the economic productivity of youths in the community.
  • Will assist members to develop important personal and interpersonal skills.
  • The involvement of youth in the group will help reduce the risk of becoming involved in unsafe activities, such as using drugs.
  • Promote team work.


September - October 2018

The Economic Upliftment Project was initiated in the year 2006.This project is about empowering individuals in the rural centres with primary focus being Women.

This department mainly focuses with the following projects and activities: 

  • EUP group members (women) undergo module trainings and monthly follow ups are conducted by field trainers to check on the progress and development.
  • Microfinance- Group Members (Women) are provided with interest free loans to enhance their sole business.
  • Annual seminars (These consist of various relevant practical and theoretical sessions)
  • Exhibitions and trade fairs held to create exposure of the group’s commodities.
  • Livegoat project – every member receives one goat each to rear.
  • Tailoring project - Initiated for those who want to acquire further National examinable skills in this sector.
  • Computer Classes - provide computer knowledge to the youth, staff members and community and support literacy levels within the area.


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The people of Mackinnon road rural centre do not have proper access to any form of computer education. This obviously means that they cannot benefit from the vast array of learning options based on computers and also their lack of computer skills is potentially a big impediment to future job opportunities.

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