Africa Federation Chairman, Alhaj Anwarali Dharamsi and the Hon Secretary, Alhaj Aunali Khalfan, made a visit to Kampala, Uganda from 8th to 9th March, 2016; they were joined by the Vice Chairman and Chairman elect, Alhaj Shabir Najafi who is a resident of Kampala, Uganda.
It was yet another opportunity for the Chairman, the Vice Chairman and the Hon. Secretary of Africa Federation to meet with members of Kampala Jamaat and hold discussions with the officials of the Jamaat, Bilal Muslim Mission of Uganda and Trustees of AFED.
A meeting was held with Bilal Muslim Mission of Uganda (BMM U) at residence of Alhaj Asim Morvi, Chairman of BMM U over a dinner on 8th March. Also present were officials of BMM U, AFED Trustees of Uganda, Alhaj Ebrahim Kassam and Alhaj Mohamed Manji, Jamaat officials and the AFED delegation led by Alhaj Anwarali Dharamsi. Various subjects regarding Tabligh activities, future developments and the current challenges were discussed.
7th April has been designated as World Health Day by the World Health Organization (WHO) with annual themes that are used to emphasize and raise awareness on certain health related issues. The theme for this year is 'Beat Diabetes'. The reason for the selection of this theme primarily is that Diabetes which was once considered a condition afflicting the developed countries only has now also gained much prevalence in the developing countries. This situation needs to be remedied and curbed as soon as possible.
On this World Health Day, the Central Health Board (CHB) would like to remind and urge the community members to care for their health through good nutritional practices, regular physical activity and exercise and sharing of important health information among each other. Important to note is also the fact that Diabetes is on the rise in the children and adolescents as well. The number of diabetes in our community is on the rise, and many are suffering from diabetes related complications like kidney failure, loss of eye sight, amputations etc.
Keep Healthy Be Happy
Farhan Yusuf Chairman – Central Health Board of Africa Federation
In the name of Allah, the most gracious, the most merciful
Africa Federation Women Board (AFWB) Organizes 24 Hours Online Quiz and Essay Writing on the auspicious occasion of the Birth Anniversary of the Holy Lady Fatimah (SA).
Family life plays a critical role in human civilization. It is a small world in that we are born, nurtured and brought up predominantly within our families. Family ideals and traditions naturally leave an everlasting impression influencing our character and habits. These factors, almost always taken for granted, are in essence strongly responsible for our behaviors and developments.
The Holy Qur’an has laid immense weight on family life; touching on the minutest aspects (for guidance) in the most elaborate form.
The Africa Federation Women’s Board (A.F.W.B) held an essay and quiz competition to celebrate the birth anniversary (wiladah) of Janabe Fatimah az Zahra (SA). The Objective of the Quiz was: To educate women on the Islamic viewpoint of family ethics, to inculcate morals and spiritual values that form part of relationships between family members, and also to give an insight into the Life of our Role Models especially the Lady of Light, Hazrat Fatima az Zahra (SA), daughter of the Holy Prophet of Islam (SAWW).
Hepatitis is a general term that means inflammation (irritation and swelling) of the liver. Inflammation of the liver can result from infection, exposure to alcohol, certain medications, chemicals, poisons, or from a disorder of the immune system.
Hepatitis A Causes:
The cause of hepatitis A is hepatitis A virus (HAV) that is transmitted person to person by contaminated foods, water or other drinks (including ice), blood, stool, and direct contact. The virus enters through the epithelium in the mouth and migrates to the liver over a period of about two to six weeks.
LATE HAIDERALI MOHAMMEDALI KASSAM CHINAI - REUNION
Haideralibhai was born on 20th March 1918 in Diego Suarez, Madagascar. He studied till class six in French and Gujrati School. Side by side he studied Qur’an and Urdu language from Sunni Jamaat and Dawoodi Bohora Muallims. In 1935 he joined his father and uncle’s business till the year 1940 when his father started new business and took him as a partner. This company had a branch in Tananarive where Haideralibhai managed the business for one year it was in the year 1956. In 1958 he moved to Mauritius and Reunion to open new branches. Finally he decided to settle in Reunion in year 1958.
In its endeavours to develop and support Shia boys and girls to acquire both religious as well as secular education, Bilal Muslim Mission Tanga Branch during the month of Jamadil Awwal 1437 A.H. sponsored 16 boys and girls into VETA–Tanga. These students are acquiring different skills such as Carpentry, Masonry, Tailoring etc. and their tuition as well as boarding is fully sponsored by our Tanga Branch.
Heat stroke is an emergency condition where the body's core temperature is markedly elevated after being exposed to high environmental temperatures combined with neurologic symptoms and loss of body thermal auto regulation (ability of the brain to control the body temperature). Heat stroke has also been termed sunstroke and hyperthermia; heat stroke is a medical emergency.
Heat Stroke Causes:
The major cause of heat stroke is prolonged exposure to high temperatures and/or doing strenuous activity in hot weather condition. The body's ability to control the core temperature (sweating, evaporative cooling, for example) is overwhelmed by heat.
Infants, children, pregnant females and the elderly are at higher risk for heat stroke because they are less able to control their core temperature.