CIRCULAR NO: JMT/193/16                                                

The Organizing Committee of the 26th Triennial Conference and the 78th Supreme Council Session of the Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa has made arrangements for the Accommodation of the Participants as per details provided below. All the places are close to the venue of the meeting i.e. the KSI Jamaat – Dar-es-Salaam Imambara.

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History of the early settlement of Khoja Shia Ithna-Asheri in Arusha

Members of our community started arriving in Arusha around 1902 and by 1908 a sizeable community had been established.

The pioneer families were: Nanji Damani, Mohamed Damani, Shermohamed Sajan, Esmail Ebrahim, Hasham Ebrahim, Jaffer Pardhan, Sachoo Jivraj, Nasser Lila and Suleman Ramji. There were also 12 members from other Asian communities residing in Arusha at that time.

Majalis were initially held at the home of Hasham Ebrahim and later on at Shermohamed Sajan. Arusha was connected with Moshi in commercial activity.

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Ref: CHB/HB/56/16                                                                                             


World Tuberculosis Day is marked every year by the people all across the world at international level on 24th of March. It is observed to raise the common public awareness about the epidemic disease of Tuberculosis (TB) as well as get their efforts in order to totally eradicate this disease. Around 1.7 million of the people are dying of this disease every year. How can we as a Community help in this drive of eradicating this disease?

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The Madrassah Centre of Excellence (MCE) of the World Federation in partnership with the Africa Federation Tabligh Board (AFTab) conducted the First Teacher Development Programme - Teaching Skills in Madagascar and Reunion.  The two days Training and a one-day Micro Teach Session for the Madrassah Teachers of Constituent Jamaats in Territorial Councils of Madagascar and Reunion was held between 20th February and 3rd March 2016 in Antananarivo Madagascar and Saint Denis, Reunion respectively.

A total of 56 teachers from the Madaris of the Jamaats of Madagascar and Reunion participated, they had the opportunity to practice the skills learnt in the first two days and receive feedback from peers as well as facilitators.

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Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya organized its fifth Economic Upliftment Project seminar for six days that began on 20th February 2016 at the Bilal Hall, Mombasa.

The main goal was to educate the women under the Economic Upliftment Project from the rural centers.

Two ladies from each group of BMM Kenya centers and 3 women from Nakuru participated.

Some of the activities carried out in the workshop were: Making of hair shampoo, Jewel crafting session, Business Development and Management lecture, Diseases Affecting Goats and their Preventive Measures, Cooking of various food items which was facilitated by the Creative Cooking Committee and Islamic Religious Education lectures were also conducted.

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Archives Section (Part 3) Down the Memory Lane Photographs


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CIRCULAR NO: JMT/190/16                                                                 

The Secretariat is pleased to announce the appointment by KSI Jamaat of Dar-es-Salaam of the Organizing Committee Members for the 26th Triennial Conference and 78th Supreme Council Session of the Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa to be held at the KSI Jamaat Imambargha in Dar es Salaam from Friday 29th April to Sunday 01st May 2016.

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Details of the accommodation and other arrangements will be sent out vide a separate circular in due course.
Aunali Khalfan
Hon Secretary

 “Together WE can Make A Difference”

For the fifth consecutive year, a six day seminar was organized from 20th – 25th, February 2016 at the Bilal Hall, Mombasa. The main objectives of these exhibitions were to give the group members of the Economic Upliftment Project the needed exposure on practical marketing and business skills as well as provide a platform for networking.

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The Africa Youth Network (AYN) in collaboration with the Africa Federation Capacity Building Group (CBG) organized the first Youth Leadership Development Programme (YDP) held in Africa on the 27th and 28th February 2016, in Nairobi, Kenya.  A total of 21 youths from Arusha and Nairobi attended the session.

The aim of the development workshop was to allow participants to understand themselves better, unlock their potential to serve the community, to realize their own leadership styles and enhance and evolve their skills.

A trusting, supportive and confidential environment was created within the program to ensure full exploration and awareness of self and the current state of each individual participant in their leadership journey.  

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