BAJEE: Bihar Anjuman's Jewels for Educational & Economic Empowerment

A Network of Women, Empowering Muslim Women of Bihar & Jharkhand

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Bihar Anjuman's sister-group, BAJEE (www.bajee.org) will, insha-Allah, instill more confidence in our sisters whose positive contribution is essential in fulfilling the vision of Bihar Anjuman - Striving towards educational and socio-economic empowerment of Muslims - as sisters, daughters and mothers they can nurture a culture of mutual respect better and help inculcate a habit of "giving" among the younger generations. After all, women are Gems and Jewels of our community who can turn the next generation into assets (rather than a liability).

BAJEE Team Leader


Sister Atia Khan of Patna leads this women's wing of Bihar Anjuman. A Yahoo!Group has been created so that they can discuss issues among themselves, keep their contact details, and work hand-in-hand with the Bihar Anjuman - every member of BAJEE will also be a member of biharanjuman, insha-Allah.

BAJEE Network for Women only


They can use bajee@yahoogroups.com as the email address to communicate among themselves. To learn more about Yahoo!Groups, request them to visit Yahoo! Group page of Bihar Anjuman's website at http://www.biharanjuman.org/yahoo.html - they just need to replace "biharanjuman" with "bajee" wherever it occurs.

Please spread the word around so that the circle gets bigger everyday. You can forward email address of all your relatives and Muslim friends associated with Bihar (females only) to atiarabbi@gmail.com so that they could be included in this network as well.

History of BAJEE


In April, 2006, two members of BAJEE conducted a survey in the Kurji area, a questionaniare was made as to the choice of training the girls/women want the options were
1 computer basics
2 adult education
3.tailoring /stiching/embroidery
4.papad making,mushroom/namkeen/achar making
Almost all of the girls opted for stiching/tailoring and were very happy to know that we will offer the course in free.
Proposed location of the polytechnic: in a slum area of patna, near Kurji Hospital

Shikwa-e-zulmat-e-shab se to kahin behtar tha;
Apne hissey ki koi shamm'a jalaate jaatey. [Ahmad Faraz]

Better light a candle than curse the darkness

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