Faith is neither a poison pill nor a silver bullet, but understanding its significance is crucial.
New Democrats appreciate the role of the Ismaili community in our multicultural society, says Thomas Mulcair.
The long-standing relationship of the AKDN network and the Tanzanian government dates back to 1905, when the first girls’ school was established in Zanzibar
Perhaps it is a difficult thing to say, but it is often hard to think of people of Indian origin among us as Tanzanians. At least that is how Prof Karim Hirji, a retired Professor of Mathematics feels about the matter.
The Jamat of Tanzania brings you perspectives from across Tanzania, with the Fanous enactment of the ancient times when the Fatimid Caliph-Imam was welcomed to Cairo
President John Magufuli urges former Arusha Ismailis to think of investing and doing business with Tanzania
Aga Khan’s forward looking policies receive praise from Canadian leaders
Ahead of His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan’s 59 years of Imamat, we celebrate with this collection below, highlighting the world wide impact of our two beloved Imams and the honors the world has bestowed on them for service to humanity.
Can religion be a positive force for social change?
A survey conducted by the East African Institute of the Aga Khan University showed that between 68 and 90 per cent of East Africa’s youth held positive views about democracy
Team Tanzania on their epic trip, taking Fanous to new heights
This book will be of interest to many who originated from Swahili-speaking countries but also the newer generations who travel to East Africa for a variety of reasons
Ayaz Pirani (ayazpirani.com) was born in Musoma, Tanzania to parents born in Kapsabet and Tanga.
Photojournalist Marc Ellison explains the making of Safe House, a ‘graphic novel 2.0’ that mixes illustrations, video and stills
We bid farewell to Dolly Mussa Merali Bharmal-Hope knowing that she wanted us to celebrate her life. I share a photo of Dolly during her Girl Guide days, shaking hands with Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan
Fanous Fanous (pronounced “faa-noose”) is the Arabic word for lantern. Historical accounts report that, at…
An architect’s rendering shows the campus plan for the future Faculty of Arts and Sciences, East Africa
May 19, 2016, Dodoma, Tanzania: Tanzania’s Prime Minister, Kassim Fate together with Tanzania’s Minister of…
Aga Khan University (aku.edu) is a unique hybrid
Team Tanzania – Jubilee Games, Dubai 2016
Thursday May 12, 2016 @ 8:00 p.m. Wings Pub & Grill 6879 Kingsway Burnaby. A Burnaby Writers’ Society workshop session begins at 7 p.m. followed by the Spoken INK readings at 8 p.m
Zabeen Hirji has twice been named a Top 25 Women of Influence as she is an internationally recognized champion for diversity and inclusion and also active in youth employment.
Tanzania has few highly skilled nurses and midwives it needs.
Jaffer Inc announces CEO Nizar Jaffer Somji’s appointment as Director, Aga Khan University Campus Development, Tanzania.…