Road to Jubilee Games: Uganda – Fanous lights up the hearts of the young and old alike

Across Uganda, Fanous captures the imagination and lights up the hearts of the young and old alike – across all generations.

Fanous - Uganda

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Road to Jubilee Games – Dubai 2016

 

Visit the Ismaili Centre, Dubai

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Watch these 2 videos of the Ismaili Centres & Jamat Khanas

 

 


Road to Jubilee Games – Dubai 2016

 

Visit the Ismaili Centre, Dubai

Click here to book your tour

Watch these 2 videos of the Ismaili Centres & Jamat Khanas

 

Jubilee Games Programme

Jubilee Games 8 day programme

 

Spectator Registration

 

Soccer Camp for Youths

 

Volunteering Programme

 

Discovery Programme – Visit AKDN Projects

 


Research, Insight & Perspective by A. Maherali


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