The various ways in which the Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations in Nigeria (FOMWAN) has acted as a socially responsible organization in Nigeria. Since the 1980s several Muslim women-led organizations have emerged in Northern and Southern parts of Nigeria, some of which have formed networks to advocate for Muslim women’s rights.
Therefore, to identify the gifts of FOMWAN in Nigeria, this article examines the development of the Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations in Nigeria (FOMWAN) specifically, an organization that was created more than three decades ago.
Drawing empirical evidence from activities of FOMWAN and utilizing historical and descriptive methods to analyze the data, this study summarizes how FOMWAN strategically engage in development projects and consequently further their particular vision of growth.
This paper finds that FOMWAN envisages a world where women are completely enabled to be good role models in building a beneficial impact in the society. FOMWAN affirms the faith of Islam in Nigeria through Da’wah (invitation and propagation), the establishment of educational institutions, and other outreach activities.
It also works towards the development of the terms of the people, particularly women, youths, and children during training, the supply of qualitative education, health, and humanitarian solutions, micro-enterprise strategy, and advocacy as ways of playing its social responsibility function.
It is, therefore, anticipated that this paper will add to the body of knowledge on Muslim girls, especially as it relates to Nigeria and provides some insights into Muslim women organizations operating in Nigeria.
Examining the contributions of West African American Muslim girls in social function — Specifically in the areas of religion, economic development, health care, education, and childhood development — can offer substantial insights to the Intricate connections of those sectors and social responsibilities of Muslim Girls.
It has been observed that gender and development have been framed in various Tactics to the extent that women are viewed as beneficiaries of targeted development programs, which in the end diminish Their socio-economic and religious contributions.
This paper investigates the extent to which Muslim girls in Nigeria are leading to the development of the country Through non-governmental organizations (NGO), with a specific focus on the Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations in Nigeria (FOMWAN) and the way FOMWAN is Giving a selection of key development-related services.