Synergizing Community Empowerment: Unveiling the Holistic Framework of Waqf Zakat and Infaq-Funded Agricultural Mosque Projects
Keywords:Waqf, Zakat, Agriculture, Mosque
This qualitative study explores how mosque-managed cash waqf and zakat funds empower asnaf in the mosque district. Cash waqf resources are donated for larger projects and zakat aid asnaf farmers through mosque-managed agriculture. NVIVO 12-analysed mosque XYZ manager interviews highlight their role in innovative asnaf farmer financial mechanisms for Islamic socioeconomic development. Crowdfunded mosque waqf , zakat and infaq improve agricultural sustainability and social welfare. The findings guide policymakers, religious institutions, and financial institutions on scalability in other agricultural communities.
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