Mozambique Youth Corner
To be digital literate is a necessity and compulsion if you wish to survive in this excessively digital world.
Diversity; is a term so various that it has the power to change anything. Why is that? Diversity is the exchange of cultural, political, religious, and economic information as well as rituals that can bring people and faiths together. We call this an intermixed community. Why are we emphasizing this? Because the Ismaili Community is a great example of it.
Whether it be in our society, enhancing the educational quality or even beyond the surface of the Earth science has always contributed to the better of the world in which we live in.
Here we share paintings from a young member of Maputo Jamatkhana.
International Youth Day it’s a day to recognize all the unique gifts that young people bring to this world.
Watch again the Youth Program for Mozambique Imamat Day 2020
As a part of Imamat day celebration, SL Students were given a poem of Sa’di Sherazi and an ayat from the Holy Quran that is around the Diamond Jubilee emblem to be interpreted and presented in any form of art, poetry, drawing singing, skit or painting to represent their understanding. Here are some pieces by some of our students.
Simple actions like throwing your empty packet of chips in the dustbin, or even better, recycling it causes a huge impact on Nature’s well-being.
Stone art work by Monica Modi, 26 years old, from Tete, Mozambique.