Africa Muslims Agency

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The Africa Muslims Agency is an humanitarian, development and Dawah organization based in Kuwait with offices across Africa. The agency has established itself in much of Africa, including Sierra Leone, Mali, Mozambique, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Angola, the Gambia and particularly South Africa.[1] The Agency's goals are to strengthen Islam by spreading the teachings of the Koran, as well as to build hospitals, schools and mosques.[2]

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  1. ^ Africa Muslims Agency South Africa Office
  2. ^ Africa Muslims Agency South Africa Office

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