Domestic Violence Training

On 25 October 2014 The Ayesha Project held a training to educate members of S.F. East Bay of California on domestic violence in the Muslim community. The session was held at the Islamic Center of Alameda and attended by a diverse group of Muslimahs from around this Northern California community.

Family Violence in our Communities

Family violence, domestic abuse, intimate partner violence is in our communities. It remain as long as we do not commit ourselves to eradicating it and resolving the issues that contribute, such as unemployment, poverty, substandard education, are a few. Yes these are major issues to tackle but we have to… Read more“Family Violence in our Communities”

Tanzania Health Mission – January 2015

During the fact finding mission to Lindi, Tanzania Dr. Kenya Numan was able to meet with members of  Lindi Islamic Foundation of Tanzania, health officials, politicians, and  local Tanzanians. The goal of this trip was to develop working relationships with all of these entities to plan the first working health… Read more“Tanzania Health Mission – January 2015”

The Ayesha Project is here!

We just successfully hosted our first Tea Social to re-launch our Domestic Violence Awareness project. Our project was renamed in honor of a young Bay Area victim of domestic violence. While Domestic Violence Awareness Month has come to a close our work continues. The Ayesha Project (TAP) Committed to raising… Read more“The Ayesha Project is here!”

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

We are proud to announce the re-launch of our project on domestic violence during this month. While we we very active in this area in the early 1990’s we stepped away because others were taking on this challenge. Now in the 2010 we find it necessary to relaunch our project… Read more“Domestic Violence Awareness Month”

Breakfast for Our Students

We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially for our children. An interesting article in USA Today addresses this issue and the issue of hunger in the US. We all have to be mindful of our community and it’s needs. All school meal programs should be nutritious in… Read more“Breakfast for Our Students”

Medscape: Haiti Response Must Address Health Needs of …

Haiti Response Must Address Health Needs of Women and Girls Medscape Ob/Gyn & Women’s Health , 2010-01-27 My Take: Over the next 10-15 years we will need to continue to support the Haitian people as they rebuild their beautiful country. Ensuring  and developing adequate services now  for women and girls… Read more“Medscape: Haiti Response Must Address Health Needs of …”

Schools could learn lessons on food safety – USATODAY.com

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/food/2009-12-29-school-food-safety-standards_N.htm?POE=click-refer Posted via email from drkenya’s posterous My take: Our children are so important to us  it is time we make sure their school lunches are as safe as possible. This is not rocket science but rather political and economic waffling. In 2010 there is no reason for any child… Read more“Schools could learn lessons on food safety – USATODAY.com”

NYTimes.com: Percy Sutton, Eminent Politician, Dies at 89

NEW YORK REGION | December 28, 2009 Percy Sutton, Eminent Politician, Dies at 89 By DOUGLAS MARTIN Mr. Sutton, a politician in New York City, stood proudly at the center of his race’s epochal struggle for equal rights. Posted via email from drkenya’s posterous Percy Sutton impacted so many of… Read more“NYTimes.com: Percy Sutton, Eminent Politician, Dies at 89”