Al-Muakhaat STEP Camp: Where RE meets Fun and Learn

Al-Muakhaat 

Al-Muakhaat derives inspiration from the Muslim spirit of brotherhood. The term Muakhaat” traces its roots from the Arabic language and is linked to spirit of community formation in the early period of Muslim history. 

The earliest example of Muakhaat was first displayed by the citizens of Medina at the dawn of Islam, when they accepted their fellow community members who emigrated from Mecca during the time of Hijra. The people from Medina unconditionally shared their wealth and other resources with the Meccans in the name of their religion. 

This instance clearly portrays the spirit of brotherhood, community building and the major idea of pluralism and acceptance.

The Al-Muakhaat camp is a camp held on an annual basis aimed to bring together secondary students from various regions of Tanzania; for the main goal of imparting Religious Education and Religious formation through the IIS Secondary curriculum. 

Al-Muakhaat STEP Camp 2018 being the third camp in a row, brought 22 students from Arusha, Dar-es-salaam, Mbeya and Zanzibar to a residential camp platform from the 14th to 17th December 2018. 

This camp held at the Jangwani Sea breeze resort included access to religious education amalgamated with co-curricular activities such as movie shows, sports and recreation. This year’s camp was based on the theme of ‘Search’, where participants embarked on a journey to looking at ethics, guidance and their ultimate goal of life.

The Al-Muakhaat camp is a camp held on an annual basis aimed to bring together secondary students from various regions of Tanzania; for the main goal of imparting Religious Education and Religious formation through the IIS Secondary curriculum. 

Al-Muakhaat STEP Camp 2018 being the third camp in a row, brought 22 students from Arusha, Dar-es-salaam, Mbeya and Zanzibar to a residential camp platform from the 14th to 17th December 2018. 

This camp held at the Jangwani Sea breeze resort included access to religious education amalgamated with co-curricular activities such as movie shows, sports and recreation. This year’s camp was based on the theme of ‘Search’, where participants embarked on a journey to looking at ethics, guidance and their ultimate goal of life.

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