Dawoodi Bohra women have leveraged the Digital opportunities by running successful businesses online This article was posted in The Conversation on 4th October 2022 Arwa Husain is a PhD candidate in the Department of Religions and Cultures at Concordia University, and 2022-23 Concordia University Public Scholar. In this article, she analyses how Dawoodi Bohra women entrepreneurs leverage Social…
Mustafa Raja, a 16-year-old tennis champion from the Dawoodi Bohra community of Vancouver, was recently crowned the 2023 U16 Tennis B.C. Indoor Provincial Champion in both singles and doubles.
The Dawoodi Bohra community of Vancouver hosted a fun science event on Saturday to mark the United Nations’ International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The interactive 60-minute session for young girls included making periscopes and “oobleck” (slime made out of cornstarch and water).
During the holiday season – a time of giving and sharing – the Dawoodi Bohra community volunteers of Calgary spread some joy by preparing and serving food to over 350 guests of The Mustard Seed homeless shelter.
With the help of their families, children from the Dawoodi Bohra community organised a “Meena Bazaar” – a fare for fashion and handicrafts – to help raise funds for the Pakistan Flood Victims.
For World Food Day 2022, members of the Dawoodi Bohra community of Edmonton came together to raise funds to aid those in need while seeking solutions to the causes of hunger.
This article by Sheila Wang was published in York Region on October 9, 2022.
Just before the Thanksgiving weekend, the Richmond Hill Food Bank received boxes of turkeys from a congregation of Muslims to help needy families in the community celebrate the holiday.
The Consul General of Pakistan to Vancouver, Mr. Janbaz Khan, was the guest of honor at a Dawoodi Bohra lunch in Surrey last weekend. Mr. Khozema Khambati welcomed guests to the lunch, followed by statements of support by Consul General Janbaz Khan and Mr Huzeifa Roker, the leader of the Dawoodi Bohra community of Vancouver. …
On World Cleanup Day, Vancouver Dawoodi Bohras of all ages from Burnaby, Surrey, Abbotsford and Maple Ridge in BC came together on Habour Avenue by the Fraser River in Mission to tackle the waste problem and pick up over 300 pounds of garbage. Volunteers spent over two hours picking up waste, including plastic and other trash that had been dumped by the road on Harbour Avenue in Mission.
The beginning of Fall marks “back to school” after a long summer vacation. It is certainly an exciting time for students. But for many families in Calgary, especially those with low incomes or who struggle with homelessness, “back to school” also puts a strain on domestic finances. School books, supplies and clothing can place an…