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Organizational Structure of the Jama'at
Transcript of Organizational Structure of the Jama'at
Other affairs in the community, etc.
Their like the presidents cabinet of advisors, and a sort of congress as well. They usually meet once a year to advise the Khalifa, or the Amir Jama'at of their country.
made up of representatives from Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya, Tehrik-e-Jadid, and Waqf-e-Jadid, all missionaries, delegates from various Jama’ats, and guests that have been approved by the Khalifa.
consists of: Amir, local missionaries, all national office bearers, local Jama’at presidents, members of lajna, though they don’t get a vote, and whoever the Amir extends a special invitation to. Supervises Jama’at things, such as: mandatory Chanda system, Taleem, Tarbiyyat, Tabligh, and Rifahi (social works)
Local, district, and provincial Amarat (offices)
The person in charge of Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya is called the Nazir A’la (chief secretary) and he works under the direction of the Khalifa
Streamlined by various Nazarat (departments.) Each head of these various Nazarat are called Nazir.
A few important Nazarat of Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya are:
-Nazarat-i-Ulya(the one in charge)
-Nazarat-i-Diwan(keeps reoords of and arranges things for employees)
-Nazarat-i-Amur ‘Ama(takes care of affairs in jama'at and keeps decipline between memebers)
-Nazarat-i-Darweshan(looks after Qadian and the Ahmadis there)
-Nazarat-i-Darul Diafat(helps out at local, and nonlocal soup kitchens)
-Nazarat-i-Isha’at wa Tasnif(publishes jama'at books and literature)
As well as Nazarats, there are also Nazamats, such as:
-Nazamat-i-Tashkhis Ja’idad(responsible for musi property appraisal)
-Nazamat-i-Darul Ifta(deals with improtant problems with the help of the Shari'ah)
-Nazamat-i-Ja’idad(management of construction projects and supervises them)
-Shu-bah Rishta Nata(guide, helps, and keeps records of Ahmadi families in marriage affairs.)
-Majlis Kar Pardaz Bahishti Maqbarah(work related to Bahishti Mqbarah and Musi chanda accounts) Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya Supervises the collection and use of funds for Tehrik-e-Jadid Ahmadiyya, established in 1934 by Hadrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih the 2nd.
There are various Valakats (dept.) under Tehrik-e-Jadid Anjuman Ahmadiyya, to mention a few:
-Valakat-i-Ulya(in charge dept.)
-Valakat-i-Ta’limu Tanfidh(materialize and supervises Khalifa's plans)
-Valakat-i-Diwan(organizes and keeps records of meetings and employee things)
-Valakat-i-Tabshir(responsible for Talim and Tarbiyyat of Jama'at and missionary affairs)
-Valakat-i-Mal Awwal, Thani, and Thalim(financial; raises Tehrik-e-Jadid funds, etc.)
-Valakat-i-Tasnif(translates and publishes literature under the Jama'at and sends them to foreign countries) Tehrik-e-Jadid Anjuman Ahmadiyya What Did We Learn Today? This is what we learned today: Initiated in 1957 by Hadrat Mirza Bushirrudin Mahmood Ahmad
Initial purpose was to do Tabligh and Tarbiyyat in the rural areas of Pakistan with well trained teachers.
In 1985, he expanded it and made it international, along with adding chanda fees.
The work for this had been divided under two different Nizamat:
Under this scheme, a homeopathic hospital has been established in Rabwah providing free medicine to patients known as the Fadl-e-Umar Free Homeopathic Dispensary
Also, the Khilafat Library was established under this scheme. It has more than 100,000 books and is supervised under Sadr Anjuman --Ahmadiyya. Waqf-e-Jadid Anjuman Ahmadiyya