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Explore Cartagena, Columbia with Ali Karim

Ali Karim Travelog: Explore Cartagena

Ali and Dilshad like to travel to off the beaten path places. Join them as they check out Cartagena, Colombia; located on the Caribbean Sea. 41 more words

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The Women in Public Service Project Welcomes Anar Simpson to its Advisory Council

The Women in Public Service Project is pleased to welcome Anar Simpson as the newest member of our Advisory Council. The WPSP Advisory Council provides advice and guidance to the WPSP Director and the Board of Directors on strategy and issues in their individual areas of expertise, in keeping with the goals and initiatives of WPSP. 176 more words

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Ismailis in Kenya – A Photographic Journey Exhibition

Date: January 14, 2018 Venue: Town Jamatkhana Time: 9 am – 5 pm

This Ismaili Council-organized exhibition also includes performances and guided tours. Diplomatic Representative of the Aga Khan Development Network in Kenya, Dr Azim Lakhani will deliver a talk.

Source: Nairobi Now

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Farmer, Arzeena Hamir appointed on British Columbia Minister of Agriculture's Advisory Committee

An independent committee with members from diverse agricultural backgrounds and experiences will lead the revitalization of the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) and the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) through an authentic and meaningful consultation process with stakeholders and British Columbians, Minister of Agriculture Lana Popham announced today. 191 more words


Listen to Karim Kanji and Faizal Khamisa discuss Toronto Raptors, and other amazing stories of perseverance

Sportsnet anchor, host and broadcaster Faizal Khamisa joined Karim Kanji in studio. And what a story Faisal has. At age 16 he was diagnosed with cancer. 48 more words


Volunteering Time & Knowledge: An Unconditional Gift

In the Ismaili tradition, Nazrana is a voluntary and unconditional gift offered by the murid to the Imam of the Time, as an expression of gratitude, and devotion. 71 more words

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Amina Bai’s Story: From the ghetto of Dongri, Mumbai, to a tour of seven countries in Western Europe | KhojaWiki

What makes Amina Bai’s story more compelling is that this Khoja Ismaili senior citizen has seen it all – from the ghetto of Dongri, Mumbai, to a tour of seven countries in Western Europe, to a total of twenty six visits to the UK and finally, to starting a new life in Canada in 2001 – an incredible achievement when you discover that not only was she an orphan at the tender age of six, but that she was raised and educated, until her marriage, at a Khoja Ithnasheri orphanage in Bombay!

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