By providing both Islamic and secular education, the Rahma Institute aims to be a driving force for social and economic change...
The Orphan Sponsorship is one of our pioneering projects which began with 50 children in 1999.
This project ensures that we are able to revive Islam in the Balkans and enable the Muslims to regain their identity and practice their faith again.
The need for a masjid, the heart of any local Muslim community has never been so dire
In September 2013 we opened the doors of the Rahma Academy. Since its opening, the Academy hosts the Rahma School that is one of the leading and most affordable private schools in Albania.
Rahma Mercy has been supporting the Nahla Centre for Education and Research to help clarify the negative perceptions of Islam within the society in Bosnia & Herzegovina and to empower women for many years.
By providing food aid, Rahma Mercy want to ensure that vulnerable groups (including women and children) do not fall victim to malnutrition and that no-one is left hungry.
In 2013 Rahma Mercy launched a tailored syllabus in partnership with An Nasihah Publications to ensure that no student in our Madrasah system was left without access to the basic information required to study Islam.
Thousands of poverty-stricken people in the Balkan region do not have access to clean drinking water.
Rahma Mercy formed a partnership on the 8th of October 2021 with Wesley Hall Food Bank and are helping by donating a monthly donation of £250.
Self sufficent projects
The Rahma Academy is now a self-sufficient project as it generates income through school fees and rent from a shop and cafe located on the ground floor.