Saema Mohammad with Alex Norris MP (left) and Police & Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping (right)

A Muslim woman has been empowering isolated women through a charity for five years and hopes to tackle the “increasing number of challenges Muslim women face” – such as Islamophobia, domestic abuse and male dominance in mosques.

Saema Mohammad founded the charity, An-Nisa Network, after moving to Nottingham from the west of Scotland with her husband and having her second child in 2012, where she found herself feeling “isolated” from the community. Read more…


A women empowerment workshop with an expert in the field,

during An Nisa Network, Coffee Morning

on Friday November 29, 2019 – 10 am

at Muslim Cultural Centre Wollaton, Nottingham.

Please register in advance.

£1 only – pay on the day, that covers the Brunch.


Mona from is delivering a workshop for ladies only.

Taste Ramadan at Bobbersmill Masjid, invites people of all faiths to attend a grand Iftar dinner inshaAllah.

Men, women and children are welcome to break fast with us over dinner, receive information regarding the month of Ramadan and interact with Muslims in the local neighborhood.


? An Nisa Network
Brings you a rewarding opportunity in Ramadan.

Volunteer at a service that provides fresh cooked hot meals to the destitute community, at SaSh Soup Kitchen.

Volunteer Roles on the day: serving food, welcome- give company and have conversations with the guests, Cleaning and washing up afterwards.

Please register as a volunteer.

if you wish to support the service, please donate:

An-Nisa Network (the womens network)
Lloyds bank
Sort code 30-90-89
Acc number 40108868

Ref: SaSh