The World Assembly of Muslim Youth
Preserve the identity of Muslim youth and help overcome the problems they face in modern society; educate and train them in order for them to become active and positive citizens in their countries.
A non-governmental Youth and Students Organization, the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) which was founded in 1972. It defines itself as "an independent organization and Islamic forum that supports the work of Muslim organizations and needy communities the world over". While WAMY's international headquarters are located in Saudi Arabia, the organization also maintains satellite chapters in 56 additional countries and is affiliated with some 500 other Muslim youth /Students organization on five continents. In South Africa WAMY was established in January, 2001.
- Youth Exchange Program
The youth exchange program is aimed at creating and Understanding people from different backgrounds and cultures by sharing their daily lives, making lifelong friendships, gaining a new perspective on themselves through the “lens” of a different culture, and acquiring skills to aid in the pursuit of global career opportunities.Organisation hosted youth from Canada, Ireland, USA, Saudi Arabia, Malawi and Zambia. In addition, organisation facilitated 4 youth who visited Egypt and 2 visited Germany and 13 Saudi Arabia. There were 3 students, who embraced Islam during this program
- Islamic Centre
Umlazi Islamic Centre was created to work with various organizations and groups, Muslims or Non-Muslims to promote tolerance, mutual understanding, social justice, civic responsibility and Allah's consciousness through the platform of education
- Masjid Project
Organisation has completed to build Masjid in Umbumbulu, which became the first Mosque in the area which is dominated by Churches.
Main Focus Countries of Activities
Durban, South Africa - Egypt - Germany - Saudi Arabia - Durban, South Africa - Umbumbulu, South Africa