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East Africa: Speaker, Aga Khan Regional Representative Hold Talks 2014-08-06

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allAfrica.com

East African Community (Nairobi)

6 August 2014

East Africa: Speaker, Aga Khan Regional Representative Hold Talks

press release

Mawlana Hazar Imam in Arusha for opening of EAC headquarters 2012-11-27

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theismaili.org

Arusha, 27 November 2012 — Mawlana Hazar Imam arrived in Arusha today, where tomorrow he will take part in the inauguration of the new headquarters building of the East African Community (EAC).

Mawlana Hazar Imam is welcomed by the Honourable Dr Emmanuel John Nchimbi, Tanzania’s Minister for Home Affairs. Photo: Zahur Ramji

Finally, new offices for EA Community 2012-11-28

From left: President Kibaki, Tanzania’s President Jakaya Kikwete and The Aga Khan, founder and chairman of the AKDN
Source: 
Sunday Nation

The East Africa Community now has a permanent place to call home following Wednesday’s opening of its office complex in Arusha, Tanzania.

Presidents Kibaki, Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania and Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi officiated at the colourful ceremony attended by The Aga Khan, who is the founder and chairman of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN).

Rwandan President Paul Kagame was represented by Prime Minister Pierre Habumuremyi, while Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni was represented by his Minister for State for East African Affairs, Mr Shem Bagaine.

East Africa: Aga Khan to Boost Arusha's Image 2012-07-28

His Highness the Aga Khan and Ambassador Richard Sezibera, Secretary General of the East African Community, sign an agreement be
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All Africa - Arusha Times

The Aga-Khan Development Network has joined forces with the East African Community in the new initiative to convert Arusha Region into hub for commerce, governance and intellectual exchange.

This was revealed here last week during the occasion in which the East African Community (EAC) and the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) were signing a pivotal agreement to strengthen and broaden cooperation in the areas of economic, social and cultural development throughout East Africa.

Signing of Agreement between Aga Khan Development Network and East African Community 2012-07-18

His Highness the Aga Khan applauds the signing of an agreement between the EAC, German development bank KfW Bankengruppe by the
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akdn

Arusha, 18 July 2012 - The East African Community (EAC) and the Aga Khan Development Network sign an agreement to strengthen and broaden cooperation in the areas of economic, social and cultural development throughout East Africa. A separate agreement was also signed between the EAC and the Government of Germany contributing 10 million euros towards the support of the Aga Khan University in East Africa.

Collaborate in projects, Aga Khan advises EAC

President Jakaya Kikwete holds talks with His Highness the Aga Khan at State House, Dar es Salaam, yesterday. PHOTO | STATE HOUS
Source: 
The Citizen Tanzania

By Zephania Ubwani, The Citizen Bureau Chief
Arusha. His Highness the Aga Khan yesterday stressed the need to strengthen the capacity of the East African Community (EAC) member countries in managing development projects.

He added that the region could make significant strides if member states collaborated more in implementing joint projects and programmes. The spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims made the remarks in Arusha after signing a trilateral agreement between his Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), the German Development Bank (KFW) and the EAC for a health project.

Minister happy with Aga Khan Arusha campus - 2010-09-27

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thecitizen.co.tz

The minister for East African Cooperation, Dr Diodorus Kamala, has expressed government satisfaction on the progress recorded in the construction of the Aga Khan University.

The new university, which will cater for students from across East Africa, is being built at Manyara Estate, a suburb of Arusha City.

Speaking after inspecting the ongoing construction, Dr Kamala said he was pleased that the work has been going on as planned.

He said construction of the university is a demonstration of the growing relations and cooperation among East African Community (EAC) member states.

Minister happy with Aga Khan Arusha campus - 2010-09-27

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The minister for East African Cooperation, Dr Diodorus Kamala, has expressed government satisfaction on the progress recorded in the construction of the Aga Khan University. He said construction of the university is a demonstration of the growing relations and cooperation among East African Community (EAC) member states.

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Arusha Jamatkhana, Tanzania

Jamat Khana in Arusha, Tanzania.
Arusha in northern Tanzania currently has around 300 Ismailis.

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Arusha Jamatkhana, Tanzania

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Arusha in northern Tanzania currently has around 300 Ismailis.

Ismailis, who lived in Arusha during the 1960s and 1970s, will be getting together July 30, 31 and August 1, 2010 in Toronto for their first ever reunion.

H.H THE AGA KHAN ANNOUNCES THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY'S FIRST REGIONAL TO BE BASED IN ARUSHA. - 2007-08-19

2007, August 19:His Highness the Aga Khan - the spiritual leader of Shia Ismaili Muslims has announced plans to build a major new university campus in Arusha, in north-eastern Tanzania. He said the 450-million dollar complex will be developed over the coming 15 years. [New Vision]

H.H THE AGA KHAN UNVEILS Sh30 BILLION ARSHA CAMPUS - 2007-08-21

2007, August 21:The Aga Khan - the spiritual leader of Shia Ismaili Muslims - has announced plans to build a major university campus in Arusha, Tanzania. He said the Sh30.1 billion ($450 million) complex will be developed over the next 15 years. [The Nation]

H.H THE AGA KHAN ANNOUNCES THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY'S FIRST REGIONAL UNIVERSITY TO BE BASED IN ARUSHA - 2007-08-19

2007, August 19:His Highness the Aga Khan - the spiritual leader of Shia Ismaili Muslims has announced plans to build a major new university campus in Arusha, in north-eastern Tanzania. He said the 450-million dollar complex will be developed over the coming 15 years. [Press Release] [Communiqué de Presse] [Photos]

Aga Khan University to expand in East Africa 2009-01-27

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The Citizen Newspaper, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Aga Khan University to expand
By Vicent Mnyanyika

The Aga Khan University is set to establish an Institute of Educational, Arts and Sciences in Arusha and a Faculty of Health Sciences in Nairobi, Kenya, under its initiative to expand its services in the region.

Under its expansion initiative, the university will develop relevant programmes and curricula to offer diplomas in accident, emergency and disaster management inline with regional and peoples' needs.

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