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President of Iman, Mohamed Jawad Khaki pays courtesy visit to Africa Federation Offices

Brother Mohamed Jawad Khaki, President and a founding Director of Ithna-Asheri Muslim Association of the Northwest (IMAN) on his visit to Tanzania, met with the Africa Federation Office-Bearers and the AFED Education Board on 22nd February 2011 at the Supreme Council Office in Dar-es-Salaam.In year 2000, Khaki Foundation committed to provide US$112,000 to AFED in support of the Higher Education Loan Scheme, three students benefitted from it; the students have successfully completed their Bachelor's degrees, and have commenced repayment of the loans.

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sibmeghChairman of Mwanza Jamaat, Alhaj Sibtain Bhai Meghjee is appointed member of the Executive National Muslim Council of Bakwata

The Federation of Khoja Shia Ithna-Asheri Jamaats of Africa is pleased to learn ofthe recent appointments announced by The National Muslim Executive Council ofTanzania (Baraza Kuu La Waislam Tanzania – BAKWATA).

Alhaj Sibtain bhai Meghjee, the Chairman of the Khoja Shia Ithna-Asheri Jamaat ofMwanza has been appointed Member of the National Executive Muslim Council ofTanzania (BAKWATA) by Mufti of Tanzania Sheikh Issa Shaaban Simbain his letter dated 25th January 2011.

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eyecampReport on the Free Eye Camp held at Mengwa Primary School, Maneromango on Sunday 27th February, 2011

A free eye camp was conducted at Mengwa, Maneromango, Kisarawe district, which is 75 km out of Dar-es-Salaam, on Sunday. 27th February 2011, from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm. Only 15 km of the road was tarmac and the rest was passable, in dry season. The journey took 2 ½ hours.

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jaffkCommunity History 2 (Suleman Khimji)

Brother Suleman Khimji together with Brother Abdallah Khimji travelled from India facingdifficulties through the Arab population and going through tough times he arrived atPangani in 1888. Sulemanbhai was only 14 years old. At that time, most of the buildingswere built of raw clay bricks and thatched roofs with dried palm leaves (in other wordshuts) and few were built with stones and clay.

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