Jamaats

KSIJ Dar-es-Salaam Graveyard Database

The Khoja Shia Ithna-Asheri Jamaat Dar-es-Salaam has embarked on the final stage of the Kabrastaan Rehabilitation Project by updating the database of all the graves to enable the Jamaat to make error free grave plaques.

Besides the master list at the Masjid compound, an updated graveyard database is accessible for all members at our website: www.ksijdar.org – from the homepage go to resources and then click on the appropriate graveyard database tab. Kindly follow the link below to view the database:

http://www.ksijdar.org/resources/graveyard-database-a-j  and

http://www.ksijdar.org/resources/graveyard-database-k-z

In case of any changes or inquiries, please send an e-mail to info@ksijdar.org or click on the ‘feedback’ tab on the homepage.

The donation fund for the graveyards is still open and members are urged to remember all their Marhumeens with a donation of 80,000/- per grave. Donations can be made at the Jamaat office.

Please feel free to forward this information to all our brethren.


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KSIJ Dar-es-Salaam

The CBE Outlook is a publication prepared by the KSIJ Central Board of Education which governs the Al Muntazir Schools and A3 Institute of Professional Studies. It is published in April, July, October and December.
 
The primary aim for this publication is to highlight the updates, activities and progress of the Al Muntazir Schools.
 
Click here  to view our first issue of the year 2014.

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ARUSHA COMMUNITIES CONGREGATES TO FOSTER CO-OPERATION

Since independence, Tanzania has developed with a broad based nationalistic outlook that has commendably remained free of racial, religious and ethnic tensions.

In the light of current global trends with indications of growing religious, racial, sectarian and ethnic conflicts arising out of political undercurrents in many parts of the world, it is recognized that as peaceful citizens of Tanzania, we need to reach out to diverse communities and wider societies in Tanzanian in an endeavor to help foster greater and closer bonds of understanding, tolerance and mutual respect.

To this end, as a first step, Arusha Jamaat took the initiative of inviting representatives the Asian communities residing in Arusha for a broad based discussion.

A meeting was held at Khoja Shia Ithna-Asheri Madressah Hall in Arusha, on March 1st, 2014. Representatives of the following communities accepted our invitation for the meeting.

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CENTRAL MEDICAL BOARD
EBRAHIM HAJI CHARITABLE HEALTH CENTRE

EHCHC/PR/2014/01

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RE: CANCER AWERENESS AT THE K.S.I.J IMAMBARGHA

On 23rd February 2014 CMB organized a health talk on Cancer screening and its importance with a renowned cancer specialist Dr. Amyn Alidina which was indeed comprehensive, and the following points were highlighted in order to avoid facing difficult sickness and financial burden on our families in the form of CANCER

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Ref: AK/PR/2014/22

PRESS RELEASE

 

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The Khoja Shia Ithna-Asheri Jamaat of Arusha completed the Jamaat member’s Census; the exercise started in Muharram 1434 A.H. and was completed in the month of Shab’an 1434 A.H. The exercise took eight months to conclude.

The Census exercise is an important source of information and provides useful data for the Jamaat in its planning, for example housing, education, medical insurance etc.

We commend the Arusha Jamaat for taking the initiative in response to the call we made since 2011, to all the Jamaats to undertake census of their membership (Jamaat).

Below are the results of Arusha Jamaat which highlights also the age and gender profiles of the Jamaat.

Download:  KSIJ Arusha Census Results (PDF, 324KB)

Jamaats who may need assistance and guidance on this matter are requested to contact the Africa Federation Secretariat in Dar es Salaam.

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