Islamic Education Trust: Da’wah Institute of Nigeria (DIN) – About the Da’wah Institute of Nigeria (DIN)

The Da’wah Institute of Nigeria (DIN) is the research and Islamic propagation department of the Islamic Education Trust (IET). The DIN also partners with other organizations for comprehensive capacity building and improved da’wah effectiveness. It conducts training programs on Islam and Dialogue for Peaceful Coexistence, as well as Personal Development and Leadership, Business and Financial Literacy, Pre-marital and Marital Counseling, Da’wah Resource Management, and other courses.
DIN also organizes a rural Da’wah Grassroots Program, Imam training courses, and produces audiovisual and other multimedia content. DIN partners with other organizations, Muslim or non-Muslim, governmental or NGO, in furthering its objectives and the strategic good of society at large. DIN’s partners have ranged from organizations based in Nigeria to other countries in Africa, North America, Australia, South Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

 It has its headquarters in Minna, and Zonal Coordinators across Nigeria and West Africa. The DIN Complex in Minna, houses the Institutes’ offices, an audio and video recording studio, research room, library and reading room, classrooms, a hall (1000 people capacity), store, and the DIN Hostels (40 residential capacity).

This piece is taken from the website of the Islamic Education Trust: Da’wah Institute of Nigeria (DIN).

See on-line at: http://www.ietonline.org/din_about.html

5 thoughts on “Islamic Education Trust: Da’wah Institute of Nigeria (DIN) – About the Da’wah Institute of Nigeria (DIN)

  1. Abdul-Lateef Haroon-Zaruq

    salam alaiku,
    I wish to work in yor institution. The folowin are my humble credentials:
    1 M A peace studies and Conflict Resolution- Nat open Univ Abuja( In view )
    2 Bsc Political Science, UNIBUJA
    3 Post Graduate Diploma in Advert/ Public Relations- Int. Inst. of Jounalism, Abuja 3- Diploma Salesmanship -Burliegh Colleg of Concise England 5- Arabic Language (adult learner).
    I wish you succeess Shaikh, here and hereafter, Amin.

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  2. Abdul-Lateef Haroon-Zaruq

    salam alaiku,
    I wish to work in yor institution. The folowin are my humble credentials:
    1 M A peace studies and Conflict Resolution- Nat open Univ Abuja( In view )
    2 Bsc Political Science, UNIBUJA
    3 Post Graduate Diploma in Advert/ Public Relations- Int. Inst. of Jounalism, Abuja 3- Diploma Salesmanship -Burliegh Colleg of Concise England 5- Arabic Language (adult learner).
    I wish you succeess Shaikh, here and hereafter, Amin.

    Reply
  3. HASSAN

    DIN- Is doing an exccellent work, May Allah give them Thawab, I think other Countries should take examples from Da’awa Institute of Nigeria- the way they are doing their work…

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  4. Mallam

    Special message to all Muslims, most especially in the South West. I was just being told of a statement credited to the Wakeel of one of the organisations organising vocational holiday when a student was said to have asked him of why he did not say “Rady Allahu Anihu”(may Allah favour him) at the mention of the names of Islamic scholars who have contributed immensely to Islam. Definitely his ruling is on both thd dead and alive. This is an anti Islam message which most of the ill informed organisation passes on students that attend their programs on yearly bases. May Allah please save us and kids from them

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