The Kerala Muslim Welfare Association, Delhi, held its annual social get-together for communal harmony and Iftar 2017 programme on Sunday in DMA Cultural Centre, RK Puram.
This is the 29th Annual function on completion of 29 years of Association’s existence in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
Eminent people from different walks of life participated in the program. Dr. Shakeel Ahamed, IAS felicitated Joseph K Mathew, the Nursing Officer of JPN Apex Trauma Care who victoriously entered the Civil Service this year, for his outstanding performance and perseverance. He also felicitated Shahad Shamsudheen, the young newly entrant to the Air India Express as the Commercial pilot on his achievement.
Professor Omcherry NN Pilai, Educationist, CA Nair, president DMA, MKG Pillai, president NSS, Arif Ali, Ameer Jamat Islami, Mohammed Haleem, vice president KMCC, George Kurian, Deputy Chairman, National Minority Commission, spoke on the occasion felicitating the multifarious humane activities of the Association.
Fameer, coordinator Health Charity Wing of the Association presented a brief overview of the activities and achievements in the Public Health scenario by this wing throughout the year.
He has also emphasised the Basic Life Support Training being imparted to the students, common people and professionals in different institutions by KMWA-HCW. Imparting English, Science and Mathematics to the students of different Madrassas in Mehrauli under the Quality Improvement Programme of Madrassa Education undertaken by KMWA and practiced through Health Charity Wing has made tremendous progress in not only education, but the overall health and hygiene of the students studying in Madrassas is a milestone achievement listed by Fameer, said the organizer in a release.
Ajmal Mufeed, coordinator Rapid Response Team of Kerala Muslim Welfare Association during his address to the audience recollected the services of the Association in the cases of death, accident and other distresses for not only Malayalees, but also people from other States in India.
The service started by the Association way back in 1994 beginning with the occasion of sad demise of Moideen Kutty Haji alias Bava Haji, the former Speaker of Kerala Legislative Assembly and continued for many including Janab E Ahamed, former State Minister for External Affairs and Member of Parliament, who died a tragic death very recently, has benefited the bereaved families especially when they are at far places.
KV Hamza, Gen. Secretary, DNipCare presented a bird’s eye view on the Palliative Care activities started by the Kerala Muslim Welfare Association replicating the World’s renowned community based Palliative mission of Kerala in Delhi for the benefits of suffering patients irrespective of cast creed or language.
He has also mentioned about the charitable OP Clinic run by DNipCare in Okhla.
Mansoor Kattanam, Secretary KMWA welcomed the audience to the function presided over by KK Basheer, president and Shamsudheen, Joint Secretary said the vote of thanks.