Sufi Women Organization (SWO)
1993, under the auspices of International Association of Sufism (IAS).
Introduce, honour and acknowledge the contribution and service of Sufi women to the world civilization; share the knowledge, wisdom, experience and concerns of Sufi women of the past and present with all of humanity; introduce the unity of Sufism to humanity.Available with paid subscription only.
Creates a worldwide network of Sufi women serving as a support system for all members and as a forum of exchanges of ideas, traditions and teachings; establishes a resource center and library of works by Sufi women of the past and present accomplishments and contributions; provides community service programmes to society. Organizes bi-monthly luncheon meetings. Current projects: research; prison; library; education.
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Members in 25 countries
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