MQI’s MWL UK holds regional ‘Organisational Camps’ 2013

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MQI (UK) Women League organised “Organisational Camps” in the UK during the month of September 2013. The country was divided into 3 zones, North, Midlands and the South of United Kingdom.  Whole atmosphere of the camps was welcoming. Professional and a true educational experience for all the attendees.

More than 335 members and MWL (UK) representatives from 38 cities and towns participated for training and formation of new structure of MWL (UK).

The main aim and purpose of the camps was to train the MWL (UK) members on the necessity and benefits of a well structured and organised teamwork.

During the workshops at these camps detailed discussions were held by the participants on the subjects of aims and objectives of MQI and MWL (UK), tarbiyah, importance of good communication skills and reward and blessings attached to dawah work.

Sister Fatima Mash’hadi (President MWL UK) delivered lectures on the need of establishing tanzimaats and then carrying out the aims and objectives of MQI in an efficient manner into our communities. Working methods and targets were announced.

Sister Mussarat Hussain (General Secretary MWL UK) delivered talks on learning good communication skills to work as a team and also benefits and the importance of good record keeping of each individual tanzimaat.

Sister Rosina Nawaz (Dawah and Tarbiyah Secretary MWL UK) conducted exercises which all members took part in to demonstrate of how good communication is the way forward out of every “sticky” situation/obstacles that come in our way towards success.

Many other sisters long term members and part of MWL (UK) shared their personal experiences of their individual journey as being a member of Minhaj-ul-Quran and the blessings that they have gained during this time. Each and every story was unique and spiritual.

Alhamdullilah, 38 tanzimaats were formed for the cities and towns all over the UK. 335 members went away highly motivated and inspired from the camps and ensuring that all possible steps will be taken to achieve the targets given by the central body of MQI for the propagation of the message and teachings of The Founder of Minhaj-ul-Quran International  Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri.

Report by: Ms Shamime Jan - Media Secretary MWL UK