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Aga Khan launches key training programme

Princess Zahra speaking at the Launch of the Oncology Programme of the Aga Khan Hospital, Dar es Salaam 2014-01-27
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www.thecitizen.co.tz

Dar es Salaam — The Aga Khan School of Nursing and Midwifery has initiated a training programme--Respectful Maternity Care--with a view to providing skills to nurses, midwives and clinical officers in public hospitals, dispensaries and health centres.

The programme was launched yesterday with more than 50 trainees including nurses, midwives and clinical officers from Ilala and Temeke district councils in Dar es Salaam city.

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Princess Zahra speaking at the Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam, Tanzania 2018-11-08

Aga Khan expresses interest to invest in Tanzania’s pharmaceutical industry

His Highness the Aga Khan meeting with His Excellency President of the United Republic of Tanzania John P. Magufuli. AKDN / Zahu
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thecitizen.co.tz

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The Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr Charles Mwijage said on Wednesday 4 April that the government was planning to work closely with the founder and chairman of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) in ensuring that the planned investment is realised.

Dar es Salaam — His Highness the Aga Khan has shown interest to invest in Tanzania's Pharmaceutical industry, a cabinet minister has revealed.

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Aga Khan launches polyclinic in Kibada

Hazar Imam in meeting nurses at the Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam, Tanzania
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dailynews.co.tz

THE Aga Khan Health Services in the country, yesterday, launched a new polyclinic at Kibada area in Kigamboni District in Dar es Salaam region, in a move to improve provision of quality health care services to the community.
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Speaking during the launch, Aga Khan Health Service, East Africa, Regional Chief Executive Officer, Sulaiman Shahabuddin said their goal is to establish and develop integrated health system and expansion of Aga Khan main hospital that would cost 176bn/-.

Tanzania: Aga Khan Network Earns Govt Praise in Education

The Aga Khan University Board of Trustees with the Chancellor, His Highness the Aga Khan during their meetings in Tanzania.  AKD
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allafrica.com

Kilwa — The government has lavished praise on the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) for implementing effectively an education initiative under a project dubbed Strengthening Education Systems East Africa (Sesea).

The implementation of the project started in 2012 with a purpose of building capacity to pre and primary school teachers on how best they can prepare teaching aid, monitoring and assess academic performance of their pupils.

The project intends to reach 187,344 teachers in the East African countries out of which Tanzania will have 69,515 female teachers as beneficiaries.

Tanzania: AKF Seeks to Develop Sunflower Markets

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The Citizen - allafrica.com

Dar es Salaam — The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) has launched a 2-year initiative called 'Sustainable and Inclusive Sunflower Market Development Project' or 'Alizeti Maendeleo in Lindi and Mtwara regions.
The initiative is the result of a partnership with the Agricultural Markets Development Trust (AMDT), which is a collaboration with the governments of Denmark, Ireland, Sweden and Switzerland, and local government authorities.

East African Community and Aga Khan Development Network sign agreement to foster development in the region

East African Community and Aga Khan Development Network sign agreement to foster development in the region

His Highness the Aga Khan and Ambassador Richard Sezibera, Secretary General of the East African Community, exchange folders and share congratulations during the signing ceremony.
AKDN / Zahur Ramji

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akdn.org

Tanzania: Aga Khan University Set to Build Two More Campuses

President Jakaya Kikwete with the Aga Khan at State House in Dar es Salaam on February 23, 2015. PHOTO | EMMNAUEL HERMAN | NATIO
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allafrica.com

Dar es Salaam — The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) is preparing to build two university campuses for the Aga Khan University (AKU) in Tanzania.

This was revealed yesterday by the director of the AKDN's Institute for Education Development (East Africa), Prof Joe Lugalla.
He was addressing a press briefing in Dar es Salaam on the Ismaili Jubilee & Carnival, which is scheduled for this Sunday.
According to Prof Lugalla, the first campus will be built in Arusha. It is estimated that construction will take six years.

Tanzania: Princess Zahra Launches Modern Lab

Princess Zahra in Tanzania
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allafrica.com

Dar es Salaam — Princess Zahra Aga Khan on Friday launched the new state-of-the-art medical laboratory and a low-cost inpatient unit at the Aga Khan Hospital here.

The new lab is part of Aga Khan Hospital's expansion project which is estimated to cost around $80 million.

The amount includes an extra $53.5 million as a loan from the French Development Agency. It has also acquired $26.3 million as a grant from the Aga Khan Development Network.

The hospital is set to undergo expansion in its second phase by constructing a new 14,000 square metre wing.

Aga Khan Hospital opens new State-of-the-Art Laboratory and Low Cost Inpatient Unit 2017-06-08

Princess Zahra Aga Khan with Honourable Ummy Ally Mwalimu in Tanzania  2017-06-08

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 8 June 2017 - Princess Zahra Aga Khan and Dr. Dorothy Gwajima, Acting Director of Curative Services at the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children today jointly opened a new state-of-the-art laboratory and a low cost inpatient unit at the Aga Khan Hospital in Dar es Salaam.

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Princess Zahra opens new State-of-the-Art Laboratory and Low Cost Inpatient Unit at Dar es Salaam’s Aga Khan Hospital
AKDN/Zahur Ramj 2017-06-08

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akdn.org

Aga Khan Foundation celebrates twenty-five years of the Madrasa Programme

Aga Khan Foundation celebrates twenty-five years of the Madrasa Programme

Students of the Aga Khan Foundation's Madrasa programme sing a traditional Kiswahili song for His Highness the Aga Khan.

AKDN / Aziz Islamshah

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akdn.org

Speech by Mawlana Hazar Imam at the Tanzania Jamati Institutional Dinner 2011-07-07

Hazar Imam speaking at the Institutional Dinner in DaresSalaam 2011-07-07
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Video - theismaili.org

Speech by Hazar Imam at the Institutional Dinner in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania
July 7, 2011

I would like to begin by telling you how immensely happy I am to be back in Tanzania and to be able to say to My Jamati leaders here and elsewhere that, Inshallah, in the months ahead, the years ahead, I will be able to visit the Jamat more often than I have in the past.

Princess Zahra launches 2nd phase at DaresSalaam Aga Khan Hospital 2016-08-26

Princess Zahra launches 2nd phase at DaresSalaam Aga Khan Hospital 2016-08-26

Princess Zahra Aga Khan at Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam, Tanzania

Tanzania Health Minister Ummy hails Aga Khan Hospital expansion 2016-08-23

Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam, Tanzania
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dailynews.co.tz

TANZANIA will save 25 billion/- per year from transferring patients to overseas upon completion of a major expansion of the Aga Khan Hospital that will see the health facility develop into a major teaching and tertiary academic medical centre.

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The Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Ms Ummy Mwalimu, said in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the government spends enormous amount of money every year in providing tertiary level treatment to Tanzanians in overseas hospitals.

Tanzania: Minister Unveils Phase II of Aga Khan Hospital in Dar 2016-08-24

Princess Zahra Aga Khan at the Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam
Source: 
allAfrica.com

Dar es Salaam — The minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Ms Ummy Mwalimu, and Princess Zahra Aga Khan yesterday launched the second Phase of the Aga Khan Hospital construction.

The health facility will be built at the cost of Sh167 billion in which the French Development Bank has provided concessionary long term financing of Sh112 billion while Sh55 billion is a grant from the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN).

The new building will take 170 hospital beds.

His Highness the Aga Khan (left) signing an Agreement of Co-operation for Development with Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa (r

His Highness the Aga Khan (left) signing an Agreement of Co-operation for Development with Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa (r

His Highness the Aga Khan (left) signing an Agreement of Co-operation for Development with Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa (right).


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