About Us

All praise is to Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala the Cherisher, Sustainer and Provider of the Universe. Peace and blessings be upon the Holy Prophet, his family and companions. The Maahad Daawah was formed when a few Young Men desirous of increasing their Islamic knowledge started attending darsas at the Maahad (Gti Pangani) every Wednesday. The same group of young men formed the Maahad Daawah Group to formalise their activities. Their sole objective was seeking the pleasure of Allah (Subhana’wata’Allah) with a focus on eradicating poverty through education and to attend to the plight of the poor and needy Communities in Kenya. It was decided as members, we work with the local

Contact Info

Park Road Mosque and Madrassa.

(+ 254) 733 994 009, (+ 254-) 722-492-850



Qurbani means sacrifice. During Dhul-Hijjah, Muslims around the world slaughter an animal – a goat, sheep, cow, or camel – to reflect Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail for sake of Allah SWT. Maahad has been undertaking Qurbani / Udhiyya on your behalf since 1994. The sacrificed animals’ meat is distributed to the […]


Maahad Daawah collects zakah from Muslims and utilizes these much-needed funds in the following vital areas; Student Sponsorship, Assistance to Poor Widow, Provision of Medical Bursaries. Medical • Kenya faces a number of serious problems, including widespread poverty, and lack of access to healthcare. One of the biggest challenges in Kenya is to make healthcare […]

Relief programme

For the past 4 years, our country has been affected by a severe drought in many of the arid and semi-arid areas, these are mainly inhabited by our Muslim brothers. They were greatly affected by the drought. Lack of water and the death of their livestock lead many families to the verge of starvation. Together […]

Iftar Food Distribution

Amongst our core activities, we undertake the distribution of Iftar dry food parcels during Ramadhan. We have been distributing these parcels since the inception of the Maahad Daawah Organization in 1994. Our modus operandi is seamless and thorough, as we seek prior information before every Ramadhan from remote places of Kenya on the number of […]