Prime Minister of Tanzania, Kassim Fate holds talks with AKDN’s Amin Kurji & AKU’s Firoz Rasul and Al-Karim Haji

May 19, 2016, Dodoma, Tanzania: Tanzania’s Prime Minister, Kassim Fate together with Tanzania’s Minister of Education, Science and Vocational Training, Professor Joyce Ndalichako, hosted AKDN’s leaders Amin Kurji (AKDN Resident Representative for Tanzania), Firoz Rasul (AKU President) and Al-Karim Haji (AKU’s Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer) to talk about the progress and scaling up of various AKDN initiatives in Tanzania and the East African Community region.

From L-R: Al-Karim Haji (AKU’s Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer); AKU’s President, Firoz Rasul; AKDN Resident Representative for Tanzania, Amin Kurji; Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Fate; Tanzania’s Minister of Education, Science and Vocational Training, Professor Joyce Ndalichako; Dr. Joe L. Lugallo (Tanzanian born Health and International Development Consultant) pose for picture at the Prime Minister's Office. (Image credit: Mkluu/ Prime Minister's Office).
From L-R: Al-Karim Haji (AKU’s Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer); AKU’s President, Firoz Rasul; AKDN Resident Representative for Tanzania, Amin Kurji; Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Fate; Tanzania’s Minister of Education, Science and Vocational Training, Professor Joyce Ndalichako; Dr. Joe L. Lugallo (Tanzanian born Health and International Development Consultant) pose for picture at the Prime Minister’s Office. (Image credit: Mkluu/ Prime Minister’s Office).

Aga Khan University (AKU) is in the process of building the Faculty of Arts and Science in Arusha, Tanzania which will be the epicenter of AKU’s presence in the East African region, serving a regional population of over 150 million people.

Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Fate speaking with leaders of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) at the Prime Minister's Office. From L-R: Al-Karim Haji (AKU’s Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer); AKU’s President, Firoz Rasul; Dr. Joe L. Lugallo (Tanzanian born Health and International Development Consultant); AKDN Resident Representative for Tanzania, Amin Kurji; and Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Fate (Image credit: Mkluu/ Prime Minister's Office).
Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Fate speaking with leaders of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) at the Prime Minister’s Office. From L-R: Al-Karim Haji (AKU’s Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer); AKU’s President, Firoz Rasul; Dr. Joe L. Lugallo (Tanzanian born Health and International Development Consultant); AKDN Resident Representative for Tanzania, Amin Kurji; and Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Fate (Image credit: Mkluu/ Prime Minister’s Office).

Tanzanian Media Sources (in Swahili – use Google to translate)

Translation, Research, Insight & Perspective by A. Maherali

 

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