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Youth Authority offers Ramadan volunteer roles in 25 mosques

The roles, across the mosques in the six governorates, involve assisting worshipers and facilitating their entry and exit from these centers smoothly.

The General Youth Authority has announced volunteer opportunities at Ramadan centers affiliated with the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs across 25 mosques in the six governorates. The roles involve assisting worshipers and facilitating their entry and exit from these centers smoothly.

Dr. Mishal Al-Janoubi, Deputy Director General of the Youth Development Sector at the Authority, stated in a press release that the registration process for volunteering at these centers saw significant participation from young people. A total of 281 volunteers, both male and female, have signed up, and they commenced their volunteering duties at the Ramadan centers with the start of the holy month on Monday.

Al-Janoubi explained that volunteering in these Ramadan centers is a significant addition to youth volunteerism, involving the organization of numerous cultural programs and activities in the presence of large numbers of worshippers. He expressed gratitude to the Ministry of Endowments for providing young Kuwaiti volunteers with this opportunity to serve their country and community.

He stated that this partnership aligns with the national strategy for volunteer work, which aims to strengthen collaboration between state institutions to ensure the success of projects and programs presented to community members.

Badr Al-Otaibi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs for the Mosques Sector, confirmed in a similar statement that the sector is working to harness all capabilities and develop plans and programs for the success of the centers. This involves providing a range of activities, programs, advocacy events, and both internal and external hosting.

Al-Otaibi highlighted the distinguished role played by the General Youth Authority in providing volunteers who carry out exceptional organizational efforts through their daily presence in Ramadan centers. This contribution aids in achieving the centers’ goals of promoting moderation, spreading religious and cultural awareness, and caring for the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH).

He highlighted that the partnership between the two entities in managing these centers exemplifies cooperation among state agencies to ensure the success of the programs offered to the public. This collaboration paves the way for achieving the desired goal of mosques as comfortable places for worshipers to receive blessings and rewards.



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