The staffs working in Al-Anwar Al-Najafyia Foundation for Culture and Development participated in the presence of the Secretary General of the Foundation, His Eminence Sheikh Ali Bashir Al-Najafi and Deputy Secretary General of Al-Anwar Al-Najafyia Foundation, Qasim Mohiuddin, in the annual Fatimid march held by the Office of Grand Ayatollah the Grand Religious Authority Sheikh Bashir Hussein Al-Najafi (may Allah prolong his life) on the anniversary of the martyrdom of Fatima Al-Zahra (as) and funeral ceremonies inside the Ataba Alawyia.
The participants revived this painful occasion during the march that started from the office of His Eminence towards the shrine of the Commander of the Faithful (as) and attended by a large crowd of clerics, academic and tribal figures and from various segments of society where the march witnessed wide participation in the second account of the martyrdom of (as).
The march also witnessed the participation of staffs of Al-Najafyia, Dar Al-Zahraa charitable schools for orphans, led by His Eminence (may Allah prolong his life), teachers and students of the Hawza scholar and various segments of society.
The Sewing and Design Department of the Al-Anwar Al-Najafyia Foundation for Culture and Development has begun designing and sewing school shirts for the school uniform of Dar Azzahraa (as) with special measurements.
Haj Qasim Muhammad, head of the department, indicated that the department has prepared nearly one hundred shirts for the school uniform in schools of various sizes and special measurements, and it will be delivered to the administration of the Dar Azzahraa (as) schools affiliated Al-Anwar Al-Najafyia Foundation to be delivered to students as a second patch for the second semester.
He added that the product was of high quality.
Finally he said there would be other projects in future to design and sew clothes for orphans and needy families.
The Sewing and Designing Department of Al-Anwar Al-Najafyia Culture and Development Foundation has completed the final stage of sewing and preparing the school uniforms for female students.
Hajj Qasim Muhammad, the department manager, indicated that the department prepared about 59 school uniforms for female students in all sizes and sizes, according to the names and measurements of the students, and it was handed over to the administration of Dar Al Zahra schools to be delivered to the students.
He stressed that there are other projects in the future to sew clothes and others, and the aim of this project is to prepare and assist families of orphans and widows, and to provide all requirements for their male and female students, knowing that these shirts will be distributed free of charge to students of the Dar Azzahraa Charitable Schools for orphans.
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