Volunteers are the heart of our community. Hear a few short stories and recollections of volunteers from across Tanzania about their experience.
Milad-un-Nabi, also known as Mawlid, is a significant day of celebration for Muslims around the world as it is Prophet Muhammad's birthday. In this program, pre-primary and primary students share their learnings from the Ta’lim curriculum while ECDC students complement these learnings by showing how they apply these ethics and values in their everyday lives, and secondary students share how traditional Mawlid is celebrated in Zanzibar. The program concludes with a reflection on the life of the Prophet by a STEP teacher.
Gastroenterology is the branch of medicine focused on the digestive system and its disorders. Diseases affecting the gastrointestinal tract, which include organs like the stomach and intestines, are the focus of this specialty. Learn how to take care of your gastro health from Dr. Masolwa Ng'wanasayi from the Aga Khan Hospital Services, Tanzania.
Join the Youth Coordinating Forum of Tanzania for an engaging discussion on the ever-evolving work of pluralism through the practice of artistic and intellectual discourse, particularly in diverse Muslim traditions in historical and modern contexts. Presented by Afraaz Mulji, a multi-instrumentalist and music composer.
Basket Full of Love: A program by the Early Childhood Development Centre (ECDC) of Tanzania and Zambia, highlights home activities by young members of the Jamat wherein, they express love and care for their loved ones. Such interactions promote their bonding and foster emotional development.
The Women's Activities Portfolio, Tanzania brings you a new Chat over Chai session. Join Nutaila Hirji of the Women's Activities Portfolio for Tanzania who speaks to Educational Psychologist, Tahseen Shariff who delves into understanding a child's learning potential and how parents can support their children through their developmental milestones.
Join the Seniors Portfolio, in collaboration with the Community Counseling Services, for "Thinking and Feeling," an informative virtual program by Dr. Kurban Madhani in Gujrati on living a happy and healthy life. Learn about dementia and techniques on how to prevent it to live a happy life during an elderly age. An important program for the senior members of the Jamat and their families.
Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year. Hosted by Dr. Samina Somji (Internal Medicine Physician), join Dr. Hussein Bilal (Interventional Cardiologist) and Dr. Louiza Tumaini (Nutritionist) of the Aga Khan Hospital, Tanzania for this tableside chat to learn about heart disease, its treatments, and how to have a heart-healthy diet.
Take a trip down memory lane with ECDC Tanzania and Zambia through a collection of videos and photos of at-home learning sessions during the pandemic with the support of parents, as well as physically-distanced in-person sessions.
Azmina Jiwa, a personal life coach and author of "Freedom to Be Me", takes us through an insightful journey in this webinar by the Community Counseling Services of Tanzania. Learn about how you can reach your full potential to live a more meaningful life.
Join the Youth and Sports Portfolio for Tanzania as the youth speak about substance abuse, its negative effects in an individual's life, and the importance of exercise and sports. This will be followed by a trip down memory lane of various youth and sports activities from the 1980s to the present.
Milad-un-Nabi, also known as Mawlid, is a significant day of celebration for Muslims around the world as it is Prophet Muhammad's birthday. This program by ITREB Tanzania shares a meaningful journey to commemorate our beloved Prophet: Pre-primary and primary students share their learnings from the Ta’lim curriculum, ECDC students will complement these learnings by showing us how they apply these ethics and values in their everyday lives today, secondary students will share how traditional Mawlid is celebrated in Zanzibar, and concluding with a reflection on the life of the Prophet by a STEP teacher.