Mentoring the World to Success

At the Dawah Institute, we give priority to human development in the areas of capacity building and self-development. We do these through in-house training and books. Our books cover various subjects and topics that help you understand Islam and gear you towards your personal growth.

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The Dawah Institute

The Dawah Institute (DIN) is the research and Islamic propagation department of the Islamic Education Trust (IET). The DIN partners with other Islamic organisations for comprehensive capacity building and improved da’wah effectiveness. DIN has partnered with organisations in Nigeria as well as other countries in Africa, North America, Australia, South Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

The Team

Sabiu Abdullahi

Productions Manager

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Murkthar Sulieman

Communication Officer

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Maryam Kudu Muhammad

Head of Video Editing Team

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What We Do


One of the key pillars of the Dawah Institute is its research unit. This is the main engine of the organisation. The Dawah Insitute produces research in the areas of Islamic Jurisprudence, peaceful co-existence, and interfaith relations. The researches conducted by the institute depends largely on the results of the periodic surveys it conducts.


This is the second pillar of the Dawah Institute. We have trained over 5000 young people, Muslims and non-Muslims all together all over the world. Training includes our signature courses - The Train-the-Trainers Course Series, the comprehensive 7 months Imam Training Course, the Train-the-Trainers Primer course (TTCP) for secondary school level and the Shariah Intelligence course.


To extend its training to interested members of the public who cannot afford the time to attend our program in residence, the Institute publishes and distributes literature from its researches on a variety of topics such as Shariah Intelligence, Islamic Culture, Is Boko Haram?, Relationship with Non-Muslims, Gender issues, etc.