Last Updated on 18th March 2019
Samad Ahmed Ghori
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in Albania with its humanitarian organisation Humanity First had the opportunity to provide material-based assistance to the Institute of Blind Students in Tirana (INNSH).
The Institute of Blind Students in Tirana, besides providing the necessary schooling for students, also serves as a dormitory for 68 students aged 6-15, coming from all over Albania. The institute’s laundry room had very little facilities, which made it difficult to clean the dormitory clothes. Humanity First, with the grace of God Almighty, donated the institute:
- 2 washing machines with a capacity of 10 kg each
- 1 dryer
- 1 professional iron
Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Albania thanked the director of the Institute Mr Gjet Ndoj for his cooperation and acceptance of this modest help.
On February 6, 2019, the Institute organised a meeting for this donation, among which were Mr Gjet Ndoj, the Director of the Institute, Mrs Migena Spaho, Director of Protection and Social Inclusion in the Municipality of Tirana, Samad Ahmed Ghori, President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat of Albania, as well as teachers and beloved students of the Institute.
In his speech Mr Ndoj thanked Humanity First for the donation that will benefit the students a great deal. He also thanked the municipality’s representative to be moderator of this initiative.
Samad Ahmed Ghori said that Humanity First and Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat felt fortunate to offer a small help to the students of the institute. He also said that Humanity First was a charitable organisation of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat that operated continuously in the poorer areas of Africa, Asia, and South America.
The president of the local Jamaat thanked the students and the director of the institute for the reception, and Mrs Migena Spaho, representative of the Municipality of Tirana for coordination.
After that reception, in honour of Humanity First, students of the institute held a concert in which they presented their excellent talents.
Students aged 6 to 15, even though cannot see with their eyes, made well-prepared brilliant performances on stage, which moved all the spectators.