A few key points from the report of His Holiness are as follows:
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community over the past year has been established in 403 new locations.
Despite the pandemic which restricted outreach activities, with the Grace of God, 125,221 new converts from across the world entered the Community. This is an increase of over 13,000 from the previous year.
In total, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has acquired and built 211 mosques this year, with Ghana (31) leading the way.
Raqeem Press in Farnham, UK has printed more than 315,000 books and pamphlets.
MTA International is now running 8 channels – 24/7.
A total of 27 Ahmadiyya Muslim Radio stations around the world have been established, with the most in Mali (17) and a new internet radio in the Turkish language.
The various international language desks are continuing to translate the Holy Qur’an and the books of the Promised Messiah (peace be upon him).
Through the Nusrat Jahan Scheme, 37 hospitals and clinics of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community are running in 12 countries. In these facilities, 49 Markazi (Central) and 14 local doctors are serving. 593 school are being run with 21 Markazi teachers serving along with local teachers.
Majlis Ansarullah UK have built an eye clinic in Burkina Faso – the Masroor International Eye Clinic – which will be ready soon to treat patients.