Anjuman Mufidul Islam

Anjuman Mufidul Islam
Formation 1905
Type Organisation
Headquarters Dhaka, Bangladesh
Region served
Bangladesh, India
Muhammad Shamsul Haque Chishty
Website Official website

Anjuman Mufidul Islam is a Bangladeshi welfare organisation founded in 1905.


Sheikh Ibrahim Mohammed Dupley, a resident of Surat formed Anjuman Mufidul Islam in [1]

The Anjuman organised a movement for the education of poor Muslims, and established public libraries and arranged debates. In addition to these activities, its important work was to bury unclaimed Muslim dead bodies.[2]


Anjuman Mufidul Islam headquarters in Dhaka
  • Ambulance Service
  • Burial Service
  • Orphanage
  • Educational Programmes


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