Within the restoration campaign of defunct mosques of Tareem carried out by the Arrafah Foundation, the restoration work of Mushaiyakh Mosque located in Damoon has been completed.
The total cost of this project was about three hundred fifty eight thousand Yemeni Riyals (358,000 YR).
Mushaiyakh Mosque is the second of three inoperative mosques located in Damoon that the Foundation started their restoration. The first is Sheikh Ali Mosque and the third is Al-Gweidha Mosque.
Part of restoration work included paving roads leading to the mosque and its entrances, rebuilding destroyed parts and restoring walls, floor and roof. The mosque was also provided with floor mats, water, doors to enable it returning its former glory and fulfilling its mission and role in the society.
This restoration work comes out of the Foundation’s realization of importance of restoring defunct mosques to replay their significant roles in the country. It was also carried out as part of the 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.