Content Tagged with Covid 19

Gijs Walraven, Director for Health at the Aga Khan Development Network, details the various agencies' work in responding to the global Covid-19 Pandemic, with a focus on parts of the developing world.

Aga Khan University President Firoz Rasul outlines the innovative work being undertaken by the university and its partners to slow the spread of Covid-19 and treat affected patients.

"Join us for an important COVID-19 public health update in Gujarati. A team of expert panelists discuss the current state of COVID-19 in Canada, including possible treatments, vaccines, the general outlook, and much more."

Sheena Shah and Zahra Didarali share some great insight on gardening at home and growing your own food. 

COVID-19 has not left any country unturned.  Some places have been hit hard, others are still being hit, even if it is at a slower pace.  Life as we knew it, will change post COVID-19.  Life as we knew it with its endless and horrifying wars, with its political greed and dictatorship mind, with its savagery and intentional race and color distinction, with its disregard for the environment, life is going to take a turn for the betterment of mankind.

Jamati members in Namibia rallied together to give to those in need. 

By Aleema Noormohamed

Artistes from around the Kenya Jurisdiction came together virtually to  create this inspiring piece for Eil Ul Fitr! Enjoy!


 

Young Jamati members from across the Kenya Jurisdiction came together to create this song of hope. Enjoy it!

 

 

Finding Hope In Uncertainty Coping with the Stress of COVID-19 (English) AKSWB

Ghulomidinov Navruzshoh says he will continue to produce and distribute masks until everyone in his village of Emc has one.

Members of the Jamat in Tajikistan are helping their communities — which are at high risk of natural disasters — as part of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), an integral part of the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat (AKAH)'s emergency management activities.

Finding our new normal with Femida Hirji is an opportunity for parents to consider how to structure the days and weeks ahead to enable all our needs to be met as families.

Mask making project by former GE alumni Sara Janmohamed

Healthcare Decision Making Through the Lens of Ethics

On the auspicious day of Eid-ul Fitr Far East Institutions presents, "Journey of Life"

In this series of four webinars, you will learn strategies based on cognitive behavioural therapy to cope with stressful situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic. You will learn to be aware of your thought patterns and associated emotions, of what you can and what you cannot control, and to enhance your sense of self-efficacy. You will also learn about the concepts of mindfulness, gratitude, self-compassion, and various other types of self-care to help you cope with the current crisis.

In this series of four webinars, you will learn strategies based on cognitive behavioural therapy to cope with stressful situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic. You will learn to be aware of your thought patterns and associated emotions, of what you can and what you cannot control, and to enhance your sense of self-efficacy. You will also learn about the concepts of mindfulness, gratitude, self-compassion, and various other types of self-care to help you cope with the current crisis.

The Shukrana Concert will play host to recognisable solo artists, singers, and bands from the worldwide Jamat.

Over 70 talented acts from across the global Jamat have been preparing to take part in a unique virtual concert, entitled Shukrana: Celebration of Eid, to be screened exclusively on The Ismaili TV. The non-stop musical extravaganza will feature over 20 hours of original content, spread across three days, beginning on Sunday 24 May at 2 AM EDT / 7 AM BST / 9 AM EAT / 11 AM TJT.

Community members from twelve Far East countries as well as renowned musicians from across the globe have come together (virtually), to share the joy of Eid with the international Ismaili community. Going live on May 24, 2020.

Send e-greeting cards to your loved ones near and far. Encourage our students by sharing the.Ismaili Far East's first ever e-card series proudly designed by P5, P6 and STEP students.

 

Understanding the neuroscience behind our reactions - fight, flight , freeze

Mombasa Centre Chairman, Aly Jamal , along with local chair and vice-chair for Safety and Security, Rizwan Esmail and Rafiq Jivraj respectively , presented various COVID-19 safety supplies to  the Kenya Police Regional Team for the Coast.