Rahma School Graduate will be the first women with hijab working as a nurse in Albania

In August 2017, the first batch of students graduated from the Rahma School.

They have moved onto university to undergo degrees in the following areas:

  • Nursing
  • Midwifery
  • Architecture
  • Law
  • Economics

It costs £500 to sponsor a child for a full academic year at the Rahma School, this cost covers first class private education with state of the art facilities and includes transport to and from the school.

We now support 1000 Orphans
500 Students

Words from a Rahma School graduate

"My name is Ermelinda Ka├žuli and I will be talking about Rahma Mercy and how they helped me to through my school journey.

I am from Albania and my history started in 2006 when I learned everything about my creator and the Quran in their Madrasah, Madrasah Teqe. I didn't know that dreams can come true, but I achieved many things, thanks to them, that no one expected.

In 2013 they built a huge school in my city. This was called the Rahma Academy and it was my High School. I started studying there 4 years ago and I was just a student who was searching for knowledge and nothing else but they gave me more than this.

If Rahma wouldn't exist I wouldn't be able to know my creator, I wouldn't be able to study hard like I have done, I wouldn't be able to be where I am today, studying nursing in one of the best university in Albania and I wouldn't be able to be a good Muslim example for others. I thank the Almighty a lot that I will be one of the first women with hijab working as a nurse in my country. But I thank Him more for bringing Rahma Mercy as a reason for me to know about Islam.

They have been my best support in my journey and I really thank them for everything they have done. I'm praying and I will pray to my creator to reward Rahma people with Janatul Firdaws. Aameen."