Diamond Jubilee: “Jashn-e-Jyot” — Dar es Salaam

Jashn-e-Jyot or “Celebration of Light”, was celebrated by thousands of Ismailis all over Tanzania, on 9th July 2017. This was the first in the series of events leading up to the historic Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Source: TheIsmaili Tanzania ->>>>><<<<<-

Special move to improve education quality — Daily Nation Co Tanzania

THE Ministry for Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training said will strive for quality and relevant education from primary to university levels with the ultimate goal being offering the students with the needed knowledge and skills. “We are determined to improve education at all levels but we cannot achieve it on our own, thus a…

Aga Khan keen to deal with cancers — The Citizen Tanzania

In Summary He said the situation was worsening as 10 per cent of every 200 people screened at the hospital were found with cancer symptoms.   Dar es Salaam. The Aga Khan has charted plans aimed at improving its ability to check the spread of cancers among Tanzanians. One such of strategies is increasing diagnostic…

Training nurses to save mothers and babies in East Africa — Rotary org

Rotary scholar Irene Okang’a (second from right) joins classmates at the Aga Khan University graduation ceremony held on the Kenya campus. Okang’a is a neonatal nurse at AIC Kijabe Hospital in Kenya. Photo Credit: Jennifer Huxta Josephine Awor doesn’t need statistics to know Uganda struggles to provide adequate health care to expectant mothers and babies….

Rotary, Aga Khan University announce their first graduating class in scholarship program in East Africa — Africa Science News org

Written by Henry Neondo With more than 50 percent of women in the developing world delivering babies without the assistance of skilled health personnel, Rotary, a global humanitarian service organization; and Aga Khan University (AKU), a private non-denominational university; are together increasing access to trained health professionals for mothers and infants in East Africa. The…

Minister Paradis Travels to South Africa and Tanzania — Market Wired com

He will continue Canadian leadership in responsible resource development as well as women’s and children’s health OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Jan. 31, 2014) – Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada The Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister of International Development and Minister for La Francophonie, will travel to Africa on February 2-5 to attend the indaba conference in…

Aga Khan varsity to boost EA jobs — The Citizen com Tanzania

His Highness the Aga Khan tours Mwananchi Communications Limited printing press in one of his past tours to Tanzania. The Aga Khan University says it would soon build the largest campus in East Africa. PHOTO | FILE  In Summary Once an agricultural land with coffee plantations and a wheat farm, the area would soon be…