Muslims Reaching out in Ghana

By  Selma A. Cook

Managing Editor - Youth 4 the Future



The Islamic Bureau for the Disabled and Service to Islamic Institutions is based in Accra, Ghana. They provide many services to the people in their area and they help anyone, regardless of their race, religion, or ethnicity. In the true spirit of Islam they provide immediate aid to the disabled, financing their schooling and pressing needs.

They also provide wheel chairs and monthly support. As their name indicates they are rendering services to Islamic institutions and assist in building new mosques, hospitals, schools, wells, educational complexes for both Muslims and non-Muslims communities in Ghana. They also organize events to present the true message of Islam. May Allah grant them success in this life and the next.

If you would like to assist them in helping others, you can write to

Help those who help others!Muslims 4 Humanity


Selma A. Cook is an Aussie Muslim writer who lives and works in Egypt. She is the Managing Editor of the Youth Section. She has written a number of books including: Buried Treasure (An Islamic novel for teenagers), The Light of Submission (Islamic Poetry). She has also edited and revised many Islamic books. She can be contacted at:

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