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imaret

A type of hostelry for the accommodation of Muslim pilgrims and other travelers in the Turkish empire.
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Imaret chief coordinator Dr Ahmad Munawwar Helmi Salim said the SafeWhere or 'Safe Water EveryWhere' system was recognised by the Federation of Islamic Medical Associations (FIMA) since 2017 for the purpose increasing access to safe drinking water to people who need it throughout the world.
Distributing Food, Bread and Cash: Vakif Taamhoran and Fodulahoran Registers as Archival Sources for Imarets. In Feeding People, Feeding Power; Imarets in the Ottoman Empire, ed.
"Another of my influentially formative projects was the Imaret Hotel located in a small town called Kavala, near the Turkish border 15 kilometres from Philippi the
Incidentally, Amy Singer's recent research on the operations of the Hurrem Sultan 'imaret (soup kitchen) in Ottoman Jerusalem reveals clues regarding the limits of vakfiyes as evidentiary instruments.
Ayverdi map shows that the small mosque and dergah of Basci Haci Mahmud were very close to the Haseki imaret. The last remains from the old complex were a small fountain on a square next to Guzel Sebzeci Street (19th century Sebzevatci Street) and Dellak Baba's Tomb.
When Egli first stepped into the courtyard of the Haski Hurrem imaret in Istanbul he realised his own expectations were going to be surpassed.
Behind imposing stone facades lie extensive "kulliyes", building complexes built by pious foundations and often including "mektep" (primary schools), "medrese" (religious schools), "imaret" (public kitchens), libraries, fountains and tombs.
Speaking to reporters here today after witnessing the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Yayasan Sultan Azlan Shah (YSAS) and Pasukan Tindakan dan Bantuan Persatuan Perubatan Islam Malaysia (IMARET) to provide treated water to six Orang Asli villages in the Batang Padang district, Ahmad Faizal said he is pulling out all the stops to help the people of Kampung Air Ganda.
Alongside the Mosque, Kulliye (complex) includes primarily Darussifa (hospital), Madrasah (university), Tabhane, Imaret (poorhouse), Bathhouse, Treadmill, Bridge, Mehterhane, Sibyan Mektebi and Muvakkithane.
Nagwa runs an NGO called Imaret Al Insan, which engages in local housing development and human development in the area.