Arusha in northern Tanzania currently has around 300 Ismailis.
Ismailis, who lived in Arusha during the 1960s and 1970s, will be getting together July 30, 31 and August 1, 2010 in Toronto for their first ever reunion.
Now only 150 Ismailis left
Ya Ali Madad.
my name is Rahim Chaghani from Pakistan, i am planning to come to Tanzania for some better opportunities because the economic and political situation here is really getting worst. Please furnished me with the Jamat khana details and number of Mukhi or Kamiriya Sahib if it is possible @ rahim_chaghani [at] yahoo.com. I will be waiting for the immediate response take care.
Mukhi bahadur nagji +255-784-776786
For all those Ismailis from arusha
You all probably remember the small nursery school next to the JK some of you even might have attended it
Well now it is the brand new Aga Khan University Hospital Medical centre
It was my privilege to be the project manager of bringing a state of the art full service diagnostic - CT scan xray ultrasound lab and pharmacy
With primary health to Arusha
The centre is ready and operational with beautiful gardens and isinglass great demand
The best part is that the cenre is vitally connected to the Nairobi university hospital in real time so doctors at both centers can see the images and
Patient history and specialists can provide instant feedback and second opinions
It is the best of all the aga khan out reach medical centre and first of its kind in Tanzania
A similar center was built in the same time frame in Kampala
Both centers were built-in 8 mnts and similar one is now under cons ruction for Burundi
This is all about implementing the imams vision for east Africa
Ya Ali Madad
My daughter will be travelling to Arusha on June 16, 2011 to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. Could I please get the M/Ks contact information just in case there is an emergency? She has the tours, etc. planned with tour companies but just in case she needs help, I would really appreciate it. Thank you
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