Help is on the way to fight Ebola

A year ago the world just started hearing about the Ebola virus that was ravaging West African countries, of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. The Public Health Community was just starting to acknowledge it’s inadequate response. Unfortunately many thousands of people in these countries died. We know that poor infrastructure,… Read more“Help is on the way to fight Ebola”

Our work continues

Last week we continued our commitment to our California partners to help empower their communities. We conducted health awareness seminars in several venues in order to help those communities improve their understanding of diabetes, stress management and family social issues. These health issues impact various area of our lives and… Read more“Our work continues”

Health Disparities

As we get ready to start our next international mission it is important to remember the unequal health care in the United States as well as globally. Entering 2015, our hope is to impact this disparity and continue to build and strengthen the communities we serve. In 2014 this has… Read more“Health Disparities”

Sister’s Tea Social

Our recent Sister’s Tea Social was held at the Oakland Islamic Community Center on 14 December 2014. Muslimahs from various Bay Area cities, including Oakland, Union City, Berkeley, Danville, Marin, Alameda came together to share tea, fruit and pastries, along with experiences and interests. The focus topic was Wellness; we… Read more“Sister’s Tea Social”

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”

Our GoFundMe Campaign

Our crowdfunding campaign has begun and we need your help to spread the word. We are earnestly working to make our next health mission trip to Linde,Tanzania a success. Every time you help us share this link we get closer to our goal. Please feel free to share the link… Read more“Our GoFundMe Campaign”

Ebola Update from WHO

As of 3 July 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported 450 dead from this recent outbreak in west Africa. The spread of the Ebola virus across country borders and in urban centers is worrisome and new for those working to contain this outbreak. More resources are needed now!

WHO aims at eliminating tuberculosis by 2050

Milestones are important to set and reach. The World Health Organization have targeted 33 countries to work toward eliminating tuberculosis. This is a formidable goal and one that is long overdue. Especially in this time of globalization where infectious entities can spread much easier.