Bilal Muslim Mission Tanga Branch carried out half yearly presentation on 06th and 07th of July 2014 for all the four Nursery schools running in Tanga region.
Updated on 12 March 2018
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|Notice of Meeting and Agenda||15.56 KB|
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|Councillors Attendances Term 2011-2014||65.43 KB|
|Detailed Programme||54.66 KB|
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|Islamic Education||921.99 KB|
|Marketing and Communications||205.51 KB|
|Zainabiya Child Sponsorship Scheme||860.62 KB|
|Media Sub-Committee + Summary||43.82 KB|
|Madrasah Centre of Excellence||1009.37 KB|
|Generation Plan||1.95 MB|
|Capacity Building||514.05 KB|
|Women's Needs Assessment||128.43 KB|
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|Best Practices from Regions||97.99 KB|
|Good Practice for Mixed Gatherings||108.62 KB|
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|The World Federation of KSIMC Members||35.72 KB|
|The World Federation of KSIMC Annual Report||3.97 MB|
Having been a part of various World Federation projects before, I was given the opportunity to complete an internship at The World Federation over the summer months between first and second year of university.
In March 2014, the Education Board of Africa Federation held 2 major events.
The first was the Aspiring Scholar Workshop which saw 30 highly motivated and talented youngsters come together to turn passiveness into assertion, public speaking nervousness into positive energy and creativity into newspaper bridges.
The second event was the Inter Community Schools Career Seminar, a seminar to explore post-secondary education options with specific focus on career counseling for community schools.