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.
The forecast for the Crescent of 1st Jamadi ul Awwal 1435 A.H. is as follows: - (Please note that the forecast is based for Dar-es-Salaam and all timings are D’Salaam local time, other towns in the West should make necessary adjustments depending upon the time of sunset).
Last year there was a small outbreak of Dengue in Tanzania, confirmed by the Ministry of Health. Once again, there have been reports of suspected Dengue cases at certain centres in Dar es Salaam. Dengue fever is a viral illness spread by mosquito bites. The severity of illness varies from mild to life threatening. The best cure is prevention. Read on to learn more about this disease.