Saema Mohammad, founder of An-Nisa Network received an award ‘In appreciation of her dedicated service and outstanding accomplishments’ from Nottingham Equal on 8th March 2019, International Women’s Day.

She expressed her gratitude, “Truly humbled and honoured to receive an award at the International Women’s Day celebration for An-Nisa Networks’ contributions to the community.

This reward is not for me alone. Its an award for all An-Nisa Networks’ management team and all the wonderful strong and confident women who work with me with so much determination and passion.

I love you dearly! You all know who you are!

Hold your head up high and be proud of everything we have accomplished in mosques.”

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…


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