The renovation work, which lasted about one month and a half, included painting the whole mosque, fixing and equipping the mosque’s toilets, ablution areas, and sewer system. It also extended to rebuilding the collapsed parts of the mosque’s roof and painting it with white local cement.
The work, moreover, covered repairing the walls of the mosque open courtyard and paving it with local white cement; replacing some doors; and paving roads leading to the mosque. The mosque was furnished with carpets too.
The total cost of the construction has reached (1,002,748) YR.
This restoration work has been carried out as part of the Defunct Mosques Restoration Project released by the Department of Awqaf and Investment of the Foundation, aiming to restore some inoperative mosques and throw them open for worship.
The Project is expected to target more defund mosques in the city of Tarim and its suburbs.