August 8, 2019

IFF holds workshop for 'Hajj Volunteer in Dammam

Media Release

Dammam: India Fraternity Forum (IFF), Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia, organized 'Hajj Volunteer Training Workshop 2019" in Dammam at Al-Ryan Policlinic Hall. 

IFF has been fielding Hajj volunteers since 19 years in partner with Indian Consulate & Marakizil Ahya. This year for Hajj- 2019, we will be fielding more than 1,500 Indian volunteers from various parts of Saudi Arabia. 

Volunteers were trained for Map reading, medical service, guiding the stranded pilgrims, responding to emergency situation, communication with pilgrims, dealing with all linguistic pilgrims of different nation. The half-day program is attended by 200 volunteers from Jubail, Dammam, Al-Khobar, Al-Ahsa and other parts of Eastern province. 

Key trainers of the day Abdul Raoof and Shareef Jokatte delivered an informative training workshop while Abdullah Kutyadi and Ameer Moulavi emphasized the ethics and values of serving Guests of Allah.

The training was followed by closing ceremony in which prominent guests were present. ‘Dedication and Timely hajj volunteer service by IFF has been much valuable and highly appreciated. Certainly it has become a foot print for many to follow’ said Mr. Jainuddeen (Manager, SIPCHEM Jubail) while delivering his key note speech. The ceremony was presided & directed by Mohammad Imthiyaz, Regional President of IFF, Eastern Province. The chief trainer of the day Mr. Abdul Raoof was awarded with ‘Guest of honor’ momento by Jaiuddeen. Mr. Moosakkutty, President IFF Kerala Jubail and Mr. Nazrul Islam Choudhury, President IFF Delhi Zone conveyed motivational words to the volunteers.

Athaulla Uchila, President IFF Karnataka Eastern Province and Ashraf Puttur,  General Secretary Indian Social Forum Eastern Province were present at the ceremony.

Mr. Sajid valavoor, General Secretary IFF Karnataka Eastern Province delivered the vote of thanks and Mr. Mohmmad Firoz hosted for the entire ceremony.

IFF holds workshop for 'Hajj Volunteer in Dammam


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