Muslim World League (MWL) Secretary-General and head of the Saudi Muslim Scholars Association Dr. Mohammd al-Issa inaugurated several relief, welfare, and development projects in Nouakchott, Mauritania.
Al-Issa visited the final phase of the Muslim World League's project to build the Grand Mosque in Nouakchott.
He inspected the mosque's facilities, evaluated the quality of the work, and ensured it adhered to the highest architectural and quality standards.
The official was in Nouakchott for an official multi-day visit, where he was received by the Mauritanian Minister of Islamic Affairs, government officials and senior scholars.
Al-Issa inaugurated the advanced medical center affiliated with the MWL during an official ceremony attended by high-ranking government officials and community members.
He toured the center's facilities, reviewed its organizational structure, and observed the ongoing works of the MWL’s health initiatives and medical programs.
He also toured the newly established ophthalmology department and specialty clinics.
He met several orphans, covered by the "Orphan Sponsorship" program in Africa, as they received their annual financial allowances, which provide them with security, comprehensive care and health and education programs. The program serves tens of thousands of orphans across the continent.
Additionally, he handed over house keys to widows, a venture coordinated officially with relevant government entities and in collaboration with several UN-affiliated international organizations.
Al-Issa emphasized that these charitable efforts, coordinated with national government bodies and UN-affiliated international organizations, align with the MWL’s mission.
He noted that the MWL is one of the many benevolent gestures Saudi Arabia offers to the Islamic world within the broader context of humanitarian work.