Collaborative Learning to build a Learning Community
Within the Khoja Shia Ithna Asheri Community of East Africa there has been a vision of giving the top priority to education. The need has been fulfilled through the establishment of great educational institutions in the region. Jaffery Academy in Arusha, Nairobi & Jaffery Academy and Jaffery Institute of Professional Studies Mombasa and Al Muntazir Schools & A3 Institute of Professional Studies in Dar e Salam are living examples.
There has been formal and informal exchange of ideas and visits amongst these institutions in the past. However a conscious attempt has been made recently between the two well established schools i.e. Al Muntazir Schools Dar e Salam and Jaffery Academy Mombasa. It all started with the request by Al Muntazir’s Management for facilitating a 3 day training program for the Primary teachers on Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers in November 2013.
The Chairman of the Africa Federation, Alhaj Anwarali Dharamsi is pleased to appoint Alhaj Husseinali Wallimohammed Datoo as Sectional Secretary of the Africa Federation Archives Section.
The Archives section is an important segment of the Secretariat of the Africa Federation where records and history of our community is preserved for references and for the future generations.
With the support from some community members and Jamaats, we have also been able to gather some old documents, photographs and articles on the historical events, some of these have been published by Archives.
CENTRAL MEDICAL BOARD EBRAHIM HAJI CHARITABLE HEALTH CENTRE
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
“If you call failures experiments, you can put them in your resume and claim them as achievements.” (Mason Cooley)
In today's economy with so many people unemployed and under employed, competition to get a good job is fierce. Your CV is like a personal advertisement for you. The quality of your CV/Resume will make the difference between getting a chance at an interview or not. It’s important to note that when writing a good CV/Resume it is important to include all the right information so the hiring manager can see, at first glance, why you are a strong candidate for the job.
We have received a request from the Secretariat of Conseil Regional of Madagascar (CROI) to send out this announcement.
A vacancy exists in Tulear Jamaat in Madagascar for a qualified and self-motivated Madressah Teacher (Ma’alim). A married couple would be preferable; an opportunity may arise for the spouse to also teach at the Madressah should she possess the required qualifications.
The Africa Federation Hon. Secretary, Alhaj Aunali Khalfan and the Hon. Treasurer, Alhaj Mohamed Hemani visited Arusha Jamaat from Thursday, 13th to Friday 14th February 2014. The AFED delegation held a meeting with the Arusha Jamaat Managing Committee on Thursday night in the Jamaat office, met with community members and also visited several project sites in Arusha during the visit.
The Future Labour Market - A Paper discussing the future of the Labour Market for reflection and strategic planning.
Not so long ago, when most people stayed in the same line of work for a lifetime, “career” was another word for “job.” In today's changing world, it's more accurate and helpful to think of your career as the sum total of all your work, learning and life roles. Planning your career has evolved into an ongoing work in progress and an important skill to have.
As the world enters the year 2014 facing a stark reality: one in three workers in the labour force will currently either be unemployed or poor. It is important to anticipate and react to future changes in the environment in advance for the effectiveness and sustainability of our community and economy.
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.