Hundreds take part in Qur’an competition

A competition to foster knowledge and love of the Holy Qur’an takes place in Birmingham this weekend. KSIMC Birmingham is hosting the second Lady Fizza Qur’an Competition (LFQC), from Friday 14 to Sunday 16 June. Jamaats from the UK and Europe have entered, and organisers said: “We are really happy and excited, and look forward […]

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Great events run by Fatimiyah Education Network

The Fatimiyah Education Network has been putting on some excellent events for Khoja children in the Karachi Jamaat. For example, the Fatimiyah Montessori System ran a visit to the Wildlife Experience Center for its students, who had the opportunity to learn first hand about the habitats and behaviours of different animal species. They also organised […]

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Best students award 2018 – Africa Federation

Best students named The winners of Africa Federation’s Best Student Award 2018 have been announced./ The Best Student Award Scheme recognizes the accomplishments of students within the Khoja community who have achieved outstanding results at O-levels. This exercise has been conducted successfully since 1989 by the Education Board under the auspices of the Federation of […]

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Step forward for new Tarbiyah curriculum

Work to spread the benefits of a new integrated approach to Islamic education has taken a step forward after a visit by MCE (Madrasah Centre of Excellence) leaders to Madagascar. The new approach was enthusiastically welcomed by smaller Jamaats around the island, although the main Jamaat in the capital Antananarivo has asked for more time […]

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Game-changing Pakistan programme wins high praise

A groundbreaking programme to empower girls and young women with skills in information technology is creating lifetime opportunities. The CodeGirls programme run in Karachi by HBT (the Haydari Benevolent Trust) is a game-changer for the Khoja community. It is getting young women out of their comfort zone, into economic productivity and up the social ladder. […]

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Special Report: Amazing free help for Tanzanian pupils

Ali Khatau is a 23-year old medical student who has founded an online educational platform for Tanzanian secondary school students. Here he describes his motivations and the difference he makes. In his final year at Hubert Kairuki Memorial University in Dar-es-Salaam, and a member of KSIJ Dar-es-Salaam, Ali is also CEO of ElimuTanzania. Through ElimuTanzania, […]

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