The Society opened Az-Zahra’a Womens
Centre in mid-2004 to carry out many
1. Presenting lectures and religious
preaches pertaining to feminine topics
once per week.
2. Medical lectures and scientific
seminars as well as health care days
with the co operation of specialized
physicians, including: Dr.Muhannad Da’na
specialized in infants diseases,
Dr.Jamal Salsa’specialized in dermatosis
and skin diseases and Dr. Hazem Joulani
specialized in alternative medicine and
cupping as well as meetings between
those suffering from Cancer and
specialists of this illness under the
supervision of the Friends of the
Diseased in Jerusalem.
3. Enrichment courses for students of
different levels in various subjects.
4. Qur’an recital and memorization
courses for both the young and the old.
5. Several cultural recreational Ramadan
evenings during the Month of Ramadan.
6. Tours to the lbrahim Mosque and other
historic and ancient sites across the
country alongside tours to Al-Aqsa
Mosque during the Month of Ramadan.
7. Specialty courses in
computing and psyco- health for the sake
of mothers under the Love Bridge Project
as well as First Aid training sponsored
by the Palestinian Red Crescent Society.
8. “ How to be a Female Preacher”course
with the co-operation of Al-Fatwa and
Islamic Research department. Four groups
graduated in this field.
9. The Centre held scientific lectures
with the cooperation of the Education
Directorate and the cooperation of
Ramallah Intellectual Creativeness
Society. The participants were both
students and teachers. Amongst the
Dr Nasser Sa’ afin Deputy Dean ESF
Ramallah. The topic of his lecture was “
Worries in Exams”. Dr Eisa Wadi of Tira
ESF who lectured on “ Success Bases “.
Dr Munzer Nasrallah of the Ministry of
Education and Higher Education who gave
a lecture on: “ Instructions to Post-Tawjihi
10. On the occasion of International Day
to fight Drugs participated Director of
the Good Friend Society Majed Allush
accompanied by Afaf Rabee ’and the
society of the Good Friend to
Rehabilitate Drug Addicts in Jerusalem.
They put an annual plan to fight drugs
on the basis of weekly lectures for the
Governorate of Jericho students.
11. The Centre took part in an
educational day in Aqabat Jaber Camp
with the cooperation of SOS alongside
another workshop organized by the Red
Crescent and SOS.
12. The Centre participated in
educational and recreational activities
with the cooperation of Women Societies
in the Governorate.
13. The Centre took part in an OU
workshop attended by OU students and a
number of institutions in Jericho and
Ramallah to discuss the role of
institutions in community service.
14. The Centre paid official visits to
the Governorate of Jericho and the
Jordan Valley and to the Bethlehem Amal
( Hope )Center. Participated in the
visit a number of ladies supporting the
15. We also met female Quran recitals at
Anata Center- Jerusalem.
16. The Centre is to hold qualifying
courses for widows and needy women
including: Make up, sewing, embroidery,
flower design, ceramics and secreterial
study and so forth.
17. The Charitable Dish: The centre has
repeated this activity a number of times
over the year to finance its activities
in various areas.
18. The Centre has held physical fitness
courses supervised by specialist women.
19. Collective Iftar: The Centre
organized a charitable Iftar for women
in the Month of Ramadan to raise funds
for orphans. This proved success and