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Rays- The Home for Special Children

Exchange of Pleasantries with the children.
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HAPPY MASHUJAA (heroes) DAY KENYA.!!! Its from the blood of our heroes that our liberty springs.
All Africans in India Jaipur wish all kenyans good fortune this MASHUJAA day.
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AASI Charity Outreach

It was a humbling experience for African Students in Jaipur as we visited a children’s home (Rays Aasha ki Ek Kiran Home) and a home for the underprivileged (Missionary of Charity Trust of Mother Teresa Home).
We had an amazing time, interacting with the children and sharing our experience with them.
We want to thank the managements of the two homes for all their remarkable efforts.
We encourage you to give and extend love to the underprivileged and the world around us.

Always do remember that the little you have might be someone’s daily prayer.

“Be the light you want the world to see”

Udochi Ugonna Onyeike
President AASI- Jaipur
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Julius Kambarage Nyerere (13 April 1922 – 14 October 1999) was a Tanzanian anti-colonial activist, politician, and political theorist. He governed Tanganyika as its Prime Minister from 1961 to 1963 and then as its President from 1963 to 1964, after which he led its successor state, Tanzania, as its President from 1964 until 1985. He was a founding member of the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU) party and later a member of the Chama Cha Mapinduzi party. Ideologically an African nationalist and African socialist, he promoted a political philosophy known as Ujamaa. He helped in freedom fighting of Tanzania and other countries such as Mozambique 🇲🇿, South Africa 🇿🇦, Zambia 🇿🇲 and many other countries. Today October 14 2018 marks 19 years since he died. We as AASI we appreciate his contribution as an activist and African freedom fighter May his soul rest in peace 🙏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less

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HAPPY 55TH INDEPENDENCE DAY UGANDA. ... See MoreSee Less

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*Unveiling The Beauty;* 🙈

Tailored with military - grade strong fabrics, colorized to radiate the elegance in you.
A black detail piece threaded with flexibility to fit any body size, in any weather.
A quality material stretched from natural cotton, soft, smooth, and as beautiful as full moon night.

We are excited to introduce to you the *AASI JAIPUR* Midnight - Blvck One-time *LIMITED EDITION* T-shirts.
With only *20 (twenty)* piece crafted for a unique appearance that you deserve.
With the bold Logo of the association fastidiously embedded with Africa's unique continental map on both sides.

Coming in two variants; *Blvck Long Sleeve* &
*Blvck Short Sleeve* ```Level Up``` with these Limited fashion - friendly piece at a price of; *INR 799/-* You can place your order through any AASI - Jaipur Excutives. And expect it as soon as possible.

#AASIjaipurUniqueBlack
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This year, we decided to do something different with the T shirts; A simple, minimal design on a high quality polo white T-shirt to match any body size. As white as snow and as strong as cotton threads stitched 1 billion times to produce this alluring T-shirts with the elegant logo of the association that connects us, and Africa. This is the 2018/2019 ```AASI - Jaipur``` White Polo T-shirt. Avail yours today for just *Rs. 499/-* ... See MoreSee Less

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🎉🎉🎉HAPPY BIRTHDAY SULEIMAN ABDULLAHI🎂🎂🎂 Without you OUR DEPUTY MEDIA COORDINATOR!
We could not have achieved what we have been able to do.
Live long Mr SULEIMAN. We thank God for your wisdom and knowledge. You have been the engine of our organization. You're a great African leader . We hope you achieve much more of this For Africa. God bless you very much.
HAVE A HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY OUR DEPUTY MEDIA COORDINATOR!!🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂
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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY GIANT OF AFRICA.

YOU'RE NOW 58 YEARS STRONG.

We stand in unity to celebrate Freedom today . We know how far you've come as a nation . We know how much blood tears and sweat our Patriots have shed to bring us to this point.
WE WILL KEEP FIGHTING TILL THE DREAMS OF OUR NATION ARE FULLFILED. Viva NIGERIA.
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Happy belated birthday to our Male Representative of Suresh Gyan Vihar University. We appreciate your hardwork and efforts 🙏🏽 ... See MoreSee Less

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY VISHNU OSMOND BUCKLE🎂🎂🎂🎉🎉🎉🕯️🕯️!!

Once in generations there comes along people who are willing to make great sacrifices for the sake of humanity.
One of them is you Vishnu Buckle- Our deputy education coordinator. Long live Vishnu!!!! Through you we have learnt that the true meaning of religion is love and altruism. Your hard work for African students in India- Rajasthan will always be remembered!!!!
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Happy birthday Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. His visionary leadership skills and knowledge has brought Africa and Ghana this far. ... See MoreSee Less

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World Alzheimer's Month is the international campaign by Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) every September to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. World Alzheimer's Month was launched in 2012. World Alzheimer's Day is on 21 September each year.

2 out of every 3 people globally believe there is little or no understanding of dementia in their countries. The impact of World Alzheimer's Month is growing, but the stigmatisation and misinformation that surrounds dementia remains a global problem that requires global action.

Organisations and individuals everywhere can get involved by supporting the campaign theme and messages during September, and remembering to discuss dementia with family, friends and colleagues.
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On behalf of our family and my late twin brother, I wish to forward my salutation and gratitude to all our families and friends that show their love and caring for our lost today, it's really tough and unforgettable day as well as memorable. we really appreciate your efforts thanks you very much, thank you once again. May his soul rest in peace, may paradise be his final home.

Abdulrasheed Bala Musa
PRO- AASI Jaipur
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Innalillahi wa Inna Ilaihi raji'un!
With a lot of bitterness we weep because a dear brother has passed on.

Our brother MUBARAK MUHAMMAD MUSA
Final year Student B.Pharm NIMS University Jaipur Has Died.
May Allah forgive him and have Mercy on him, May his soul rest Jannahtul firduas.
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Innalillahi wa Inna Ilaihi raji'un! Today one of us passed away😭😞,a Brother and a good friend "Mubarak Muhammad Musa".

Final year Student B.Pharm NIMS University Jaipur. May Allah forgive him and have Mercy on him, May his soul rest Jannahtul firduas.

Surely, Allah takes what is His, and what He gives is His, and to all things He has appointed a time. So we should have patience and be rewarded.

May Allah magnify our reward, and make perfect our bereavement, and forgive our departed. Ameen.
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The crowing of Mr and Miss Africa 2018 ... See MoreSee Less

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Outstanding leadership Award Recipients and Honorary award to Ex Executive members of the AASI Rajasthan ... See MoreSee Less

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Introduction of some of AASI Executives and Representatives of Jaipur and Delhi ... See MoreSee Less

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More Red carpet Interviews by Miss Veronica ... See MoreSee Less

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Second Part of the African Cultural and Award Event- Cultural Performances such as songs, poems, Cultural dances and so much more..😊 ... See MoreSee Less

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First part of the African Cultural and Award Event
The first part was about welcoming our dignitaries.
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Hausa Dance-
It was so different, unique and beautiful. It was the first Cultural dance performance of the event and it was captivating.
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African Cultural and Award Event-We had the best Audience ♥️♥️
Thank you all for coming 🙏🏽
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We had incredible judges this year for the Mr and Miss Africa Pageant. 3 judges from 3 different African Countries having one voice. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mr and Miss Africa 2018 Pageant
This was on another level this year. Even though we had 2 Miss Africa dropping before the day, it was still wonderful.
•The first Appearance was in their traditional attire where they had to introduce themselves and answer 2 questions about Africa.
•The second Appearance was in a casual attire in which they were meant to show their talent by singing, dancing, rapping, reciting a poem etc
•The third and last Appearance was in their formal attire where they will have to give a speech on ‘How to overcome challenges as a leader’
These contestants went above and beyond to prove that they deserve to be Mr and Miss Africa.
A big congratulations to all the contestants.

Here are some pictures of their traditional Attire.
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Recipients of the Golden Youth Award
Miss Petra (former president of AASI Rajasthan
Miss Naja’atu (Former AINSCA President)
Mr Hafiz (1st AASI Jaipur President)
Mr Zakaria (President of Yemenite Student Association)
Congratulations and well deserved.
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H.E Dr Peter Daniel Othol (Ambassador of South Sudan) and H.E (Maj Gen. Rtd) Chris Sunday Ezeh were recipients of the Kofi Annan Lifetime Achievement Awards for inspiring African students in India as well as their dedication/impact in the lives of African students in India.
Mr Micheal Sackey, Head of Consular Ghana High Commisssion, received the Diplomacy Award for his excellent diplomatic roles.
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African Cultural and Award Event- Performance
Everyone is still talking about the 2 beautiful Rwanda ladies that expressed the beauty of Rwanda through their dance.
Oh! It was a delight to watch.
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African Cultural and Award Event- Performance (Igbo dance)
The Igbos are an ethnic group native to the present-day south-central and southeastern Nigeria. The Igbo people are one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa.
Known for their energetic performance, Igbo Culture was shared amongst ladies from different cultural background.
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Performance- Yoruba Cultural dance.
The Yoruba people are one of the most popular ethnic groups in West Africa and Africa at large. They are predominantly found in Southwestern and north-central region of Nigeria and in some parts of the Benin Republic and Togo.
With their singing, melodious drums and an outstanding dance steps, they were able to define Yoruba culture.
Oh! We have some pics to show🤪
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Performance- Yemen (l’hadji dance)
With the l’hadji dance, the Yemenese took us to Yemen. We enjoyed the sword dance!
Of course, we have pictures to show😜
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African Cultural and Award Event-
The Fashion Show
It was led by Miss Africa 2017- Miss Ruquyah Suleiman. We had the fashion show comprising of most countries represented in Jaipur which includes Djibouti, Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Nigeria(Igbo, Fulani and Hausa), and South Sudan.
Unfortunately, many more countries couldn’t join the fashion show.
Our cultural attires were beautifully portrayed.
Take a look...
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May this year of 2011 be A year of Healthy and Happiness
A year of Wealth and Wisdom
A year of Peace and Prosperity
A year of Glee and Glow
And also A year of Love and Laughter.. Happy New Year to all our Habesha people- Ethiopia 🇪🇹 Eritrea 🇪🇷.
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African Cultural and Award Event 2018

First Part of the Event- Our Dignitaries on the Dais.
From left to Right- Mr P K Pandey (Director of Foreign Cell), Mr Mohamed Ali Osman (Education Attache Kenya High Commission), Mr Micheal Sackey (Head of Consular Ghana High Commisssion), Mrs Aywok Othol (wife of South Sudan Ambassador), H.E Dr Daniel Peter Othol (South Sudan Ambassador to India), H.E (Maj Gen rtd) Chris Sunday Ezeh, Mrs Francisca Amaka Ezeh (wife of Nigerian Ambassador), Mr Prem Singh (Registrar Nims University)
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African Cultural and Award Event 2018
Red Carpet Moments- Interview with a Mr Africa Contestant.
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On behalf of all the Executives of AASI Jaipur, I will like to thank H.E Chris Sunday Ezeh (Gen. Maj. Rtd) (Ambassador of Nigeria to India), H.E Dr Peter Daniel Othol (Ambassador of South Sudan to India), Mr Sackey Mackey (Head of Consular of Ghana High Commission), Mr Mohamed Ali Osman (Education Attache of Kenyan High Commission), Executives of AASI Delhi, Executives of AASI Chittogarh, Executives of AASI Udaipur, Executives of AASI Jhunjhun, Representatives from AASI Kota, Executives of International Students Association of Haryana Universities, Yemenite Students Association, African Students from all over India and our International friends that graced the African Cultural and Award Event 2018.
Wishing everyone a safe trip back to their various destination🙏🏼

Udochi Ugonna Onyeike
President AASI Jaipur
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Address by the Head Consular of Ghana High Commission- Mr Micheal Sackey ... See MoreSee Less

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Nigerian Ambassador to India 🇮🇳 H.E (Maj. Gen rtd) Chris Sunday Ezeh giving a token to the Association. ... See MoreSee Less

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Address by the South Sudan Ambassador- H.E Dr Daniel Peter Othol and the Nigerian Ambassador- H.E (Maj Gen Rtd) Chris Sunday Ezeh. ... See MoreSee Less

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Red Carpet Moments
Interview with Mr Merveil Ntambwe -President AASI Delhi NCR
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Mr Ajeck Norbert - Events Coordinator AASI Delhi NCR ... See MoreSee Less

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Red Carpet Moments-
Recipient of the Outstanding Leadership Award- Mr Deepak Kumar Shrivastava
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The South Sudanese Ambassador with our High Commissions and Embassies Cordinator -Mr Bello Kaloma today. He is excited to meet the African Students in Jaipur.
See you all tomorrow#Africanculturalandawardevent2018
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Our Guest of Honour- The South Sudan Ambassador to India, H.E Dr Peter Othol and The Nigerian Ambassador to India, H.E Chris Sunday Ezeh (Maj. Gen. Rtd) ... See MoreSee Less

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*1,900+* response & counting...

Are y'all as excited as I am?

This is brief guide to help those experiencing any difficulty on the voting platform.

```Voting```
Voting is easy, all you have to do is;
1. Fill in your active & correct email address.
2. Select your favorite candidate for Mr and/or Miss Africa.
3. Suggest a question you'd like us to ask the candidates on the day if the event. _(Optional)_
4. Click "Submit" & reCAPTCHA.

```reCAPTCHA```

This is to help us keep the platform safe and unaccessible by malicious softwares or bots. Also to ping your device certificate and email nameserver.
Note that this doesn't always pop up, it only comes up when there's an uncertainty with your device or OS.
What you should know;
The (usually) 3×3 grid (depending on your phone or PC resolution) is a simple image holding a visible object in which you'll be asked to identify in the grid, all you have to do is select these objects (EG- a 3×4 grid with street signs, all you have to do is select the part of the image containing the object(s). You can also refresh the grid set by clicking on the refresh icon 🔄
Alternatively you can also pass this verification using audio which can be initiated with the headset icon 🎧.
If you still have problem using the reCAPTCHA, please verify that you have entered a correct email address, also try using a different browser. I would recommend Google chrome, Opera, Safari.

What happens after I vote;
You will be redirected to a page where we have written our appreciation for your response and have kept two links to show you the candidates you've selected and a page carrying the result graded in % charts for all the contestants.

Note that;
The voting will end at exactly 11:59pm today, so if you or your family/friends are still having problem using the platform - please ask them to take a screenshot of the error message on their screen and share it with me via this group, and I will respond as soon as possible.

🎟 The real fun is on the day of the event, I bet you don't want to miss that. Get your tickets now to save yourself a seat. Our VIP tickets are limited, so avail yours as soon as possible to get to experience the event in the front row seats along with ambassadors and the other big people 😏

_Please feel free to broadcast this message to your contacts to help make the procedure smoother for everyone._

Peace ✌
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NDOMBOLO

DRC
You know ndombolo! You probably do it when no one See's you!
Ndombolo is the dance of our lives . This traditional dance came from the kwasa kwasa and soukous genres of music and dance. This is how you do it. Put on some awilo longomba music and shake your waistline as fast as possible.
Ndombolo is more than dance, its a lingua franca of dance. It is danced in Kenya ,Cameroon, Tanzania and nearly everywhere.
EVERYONE LOVES NDOMBOLO!
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SWORD DANCE - SUDAN

Now let's turn our swords into dancing tools LIKE THE SUDANESE, and see the world become a peaceful place.
You might have seen some good dancing styles in your lifetime, but nothing compares to how the Sudanese do it.
The Sudanese are light on their feet . The men with their long stretched swords define synchronization. To the rhythm of well tuned drums they fly to the air and softly hit the ground. Then they shake it all , to the right to the left.
The Sudanese, Are the better dancers of the world.
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Still contemplating the whole " *Mr & Miss Africa* " thing?.
You're not alone.

But here's some good news!
Note: This is for those people who think they are worthy and undoubtedly eligible for this crown!.

We believe this, we have tailored the entire procedure to be as flexible & transparent as possible this year, this is why we'll be sharing the score *LIVE* so that the audience can help us calculate as well.
This year, the online contest will be displaying a real-time piechart of the entries and percentage of every contestant.
Note that, this year the online voting is 25% / 100% _(if you know what that means)_

We have also simplified the questions that will be asked that day (on stage) and we'll be giving our audience the chance to help us select questions also on the webpage.

Not excited yet?. There's more.

Let's talk about winning; the feels of a true celebrity, the popularity, the after party 😉 the vibes for one whole year. Also wouldn't it be great to be the ambassador of your own *CONTINENT*?, I know It will be!

_The thing is, there's no such thing as a looser if you're pushing your boundaries and trying new things in life._
Oh and by the way, the runner-up(s) will be awarded with a recognition certificate as well as a beautiful fun-filled experience.

Let's be honest here, ask the previous winners, hear the truth for yourself!.

Finally, you have two days to make up your mind. As we'll be closing our gates from 6th September. And the online contest will be on the *7th* *12am - 11:59pm.*

What's the point of living if you don't take chances? 🤷🏿‍♀
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Our VIP Package- what are you waiting for? Get yours now🙌🏽 ... See MoreSee Less

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"Leaders become great not because of their power but, because of their ability to empower others "
John Maxwell

Here are your AASI Jaipur 2018/2019 Executives and Representatives😊🌍
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3 days to submit your performance! Let's go People!!!!
Don't be caught sleeping on this🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♂️
#africanculture#asianculture#excited#cantwait#bookyourspace🏃🏾‍♀️🏃🏾
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Ekombi - NIGERIA

IS CALABAR NIGERIA'S MOST BELOVED PLACE
Yeah, probably! Nigeria has 250 tribes. But its most wanted maidens are from calabar. Now you have to be careful because they'd easily steal your heart using the Ekombi dance.
. The Ekombi Dance– The Ekombi dance is peculiar to the Efik people of Calabar, Cross River state. It is a beautiful and entertaining dance in which maidens are dressed in multi-coloured attires sewn in a mini skirt and blouse form which exposes their tummy. The maidens are also decorated with beads of different colours and sizes. The Ekombi dancers whine gracefully to the rhythmical beats of the Efik drummers in the movement of ocean tides. The Ekombi dance of the Efik people shows the beauty and maturity of a woman.
HALF OF YOUR HEART IS NOT IN HAVANA. ITS IN CALABAR!
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UMUTOMBOKO- ZAMBIA

Formerly Northern Rhodesia, Zambia is the most musical country on earth. Its 78 ethnic tribes form the most beautiful symphony on earth.
Zambia has thousands of dances but only one victory dance. The 'umutomboko,'.
Umutomboko is a ceremony of dance. The next time you'd see a Zambian friend , their hands raised and waist gyrating. Then they might be celebrating Umutomboko style. #africancultural day#danceofvictory
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PROF. (DR.) S. B. MUJUMDAR AWARD FOR THE OUTSTANDING FOREIGN STUDENT OF THE YEAR
Register today on awards.scie.ac.in/
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KENYA & TANZANIA:

THE "ADAMU" DANCE IS HARDER THAN IT SEEMS!!
The Maasai of Kenya and Tanzania perform this impressive jumping dance. It deceptively looks easy!!
In this dance, young warriors thrust up with their lower bodies and go up high. Together in a rhythm the warriors become a dancing machine. A melodious chant creates a rhythm that the warriors dance to. If you are a maasai 'moran', dance well for its the only way the most beautiful girl will choose you as a marriage partner.
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SOUTH AFRICA

Indlamu (Zulu pronunciation: [ind͡ɮaːmu]) is a traditional Zulu dance from South Africa. It is derived from the Zulu warrior class of ancient times.
How to dance; the dancer lifts one foot over his head and brings it down hard, landing squarely on the downbeat. Typically, two dancers in warrior's pelts perform indlamu routines together, shadowing each other's moves perfectly.
Occasion of Dance; Also often referred to as a Zulu war dance and often performed at weddings, childbirth and coming-of-age initiations. Other dancing occasions include inaugurations of Zulu kings and war victories.
Indlamu is also the traditional short beaded skirt of young Swazi maidens during the Umhlanga (Reed Dance).
Music; The Indlamu dance is done with drums and whistles
Clothing; Men wear full warrior attire, such as traditional head pieces, cowhides, head rings, ankle rattles, ceremonial belts, shields and spears during the Indalamu dance. #culture#southafrica#zulu#cantwait#jaipur#india#getready
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Cultural dances play a huge role in African societies. These dance forms are used to teach moral values, social etiquette and to help people mature and celebrate members of the community while celebrating festivals and other occasions.
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We will be starting a series of different cultural dances in Africa till 9th of September. Stay tuned!
#africanstudents#africandance#culture#heritage#jaipur#staytuned
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15 Days left and we can’t wait!
Who is excited as we are???
The biggest Event yet in Jaipur💥
Open for all🌍, Don’t be left out👸🏽🤴🏽
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Yes! It all started in 2016 with the Snap Awards where the first Mr and Miss Africa Jaipur was crowned in 2016. We remember the Mr and Miss Africa Jaipur 2016 for setting a mark. 2018!!!! Are you ready? Do you have what it takes to wear the crown?? Do not hesitate.... We can't wait for Mr and Miss Africa Jaipur 2018. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Capacity Building and Field Exposure Program in "Community Driven Development" from 5-29 November, 2018.

Imparting Knowledge, Enhancing Skills and Changing Attitudes.

Introduction:
Bala Vikasa, a professional, innovative, secular and non-profit Community Development organization is working in 6 states of South India, reaching 6000 villages every year and impacting more than 6 million people through different programs. The core methodologies and sustainable practices implemented by Bala Vikasa leaves enormous and community owned sustainable results and is evolving as “Sustainable Community Development Model” in India.
Bala Vikasa shares its over 42 years of experience designed into training modules and share through its Bala Vikasa People Development Training Center (PDTC) - "Center of Excellence" located in Warangal, Telangana. A four week Field Exposure cum Capacity Building Program in “Community Driven Development”, shares different approaches, methodologies, strategies and tools for sustainable development from a different perspective in a practical mode. Field exposure visits inspire and build confidence among the participants. The reality situations make them feel connected, relevant and replicated creating development models in their ground back home.
Over 12,500 development professionals, bureaucrats, community leaders, activists and development students from 66 countries across the globe have participated and transformed at individual, organizational and community level.
Objective:
1. To impart new knowledge in community driven sustainable development with field exposures to community driven development models in the ground in the streams of Women, Water, Health, Education and Model villages
2. To enhance skills in applying the learnt theory in practice upon their return
3. To bring a change in attitudes and mind sets that development is not NGO driven but community driven
Methodology:
Interactive theoretical sessions, video, case study analysis, field exposures

Fee information: INR 50000 (USD 750) including Food, Accommodation, Field Exposure visits, Stationary, Wifi and Certificate

Send your applications to sunitha@balavikasa.org

A comprehensive package of strategies, approaches, methodologies and tools for sustainable community development. This package will discuss on the current de...
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THROWBACK THURSDAY
African Cultural and Award Event 2017

Are you ready for 9th September 2018?
Anticipate 2018♣️💥🌍
Limited Tickets- hurry and get yours💃🏼🕺🏽
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In every shared smile and laughter; In every silent prayer answered; In every opportunity that comes your way – may Allah bless you immensely!
Wishing all our Muslim brothers and sisters Eid Mubarak!🙏🏽
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We celebrate the hardwork and dedication of Mr Muhammad Kabir to the African Students in Jaipur.
The best of your life is yet to come, embrace it, be confident, and embark on a future of limitless possibilities and opportunities.
Happy birthday!
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We celebrate the life of a true African Legend who has contributed a lot to the development of Africa.
Rest in peace Sir!
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Tickets are now on sale Hurry up and gets yours!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother
of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grand mother of tradition

Mark Twain
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Good morning..
Today we are happy to announce to the entire public that the media team have launched new ID card for the members, representatives and executives of the association.
Although this design is not yet finalized, we are certain that only few things will be changed in the final design (EG- Mr Smiggle 😀) .
We hope you like the new IDs and if you're interested in getting one, contact me for more information.

Naseer Musa Osada
Media Cordinator
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2 months ago

Association of African Students in India - Rajasthan

It was indeed a great honour to join the AASI Delhi Chapter for a meeting with the Secretary General of AALCO.
We extend our heartfelt congratulations to H.E Prof. Dr. Kennedy Gastron as he takes up the mantle of an Advisor to the Association.
More to come.
Stay tuned..Team AASI-Delhi & AASI-Jaipur led a delegation to The Asian-African Legal Consultative Organisation (AALCO) today the 8th of August, 2018. We were received by H.E Prof Dr Kennedy GASTORN (Secretary General AALCO) and his Deputy Secretary General, Mr Mohsen Baharvand warmly. The joint session meeting was in three folds, thus the Introduction(aims and objectives) of both organizations, questions and answers session and the interaction and suggestions session.

Also, the Constitution of AASI (Amended in 2018) was presented to His Excellency and AALCO. As a token of love and affection, AALCO also presented to the AASI team with a momentum.

To add up, The good news is that, AASI & AALCO shall be working collaboratively on various sustainable fronts for human capacity development.
AASI on the Go!!
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With Love
From AASI Jaipur!
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3 months ago

Association of African Students in India - Rajasthan

The Association of African Students in India- Jaipur was invited to the Faculty of Management Study, Institute of Rural Management (FMS-IRM) Jaipur to see the facilities of the Institute as well as for future partnership between the Institute and the Association.

Partnership details are not yet finalised but FMS-IRM have already hosted some African students for a week sponsored training.

For more information and details of the Institute,
Please do contact;

Muhammad Kabir Usman
Communication Cordinator
+91 7296-930658‬
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3 months ago

Association of African Students in India - Rajasthan

“Leaders who recognise and celebrate significant accomplishments forge positive energy, increasing others’ commitment to their vision”

A sendforth ceremony was hosted by the new Executives of AASI Jaipur to celebrate the achievements and dedication of the former Executive members.

Here are some highlights from the event....
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Happy Independence Day to Liberia!!!!
July 26th 1847.

Liberia, situated in West Africa, was the first African Republic to proclaim her Independence and is Africa’s first and oldest modern Republic. From Liberia came Africa’s first elected female Leader, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
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3 months ago

Association of African Students in India - Rajasthan

The Executives of AASI-Jaipur made an official visit to the Nigerian and Kenya High Commission New Delhi on 26th June 2018, to strengthen the relationship between the association and the High Commissions and to attain full support of the High Commissions.
The Nigerian Ambassador Major Gen. Chris Ezeh (rtd) pledged his full support as well as the Education Attache of the Kenya High Commission Mr Mohammed Ali Osman.

We also want to use this medium to wish a Happy Birthday to the Nigerian Ambassador Major Gen Chris Ezeh, a great man of Excellence and Integrity!

Abdulrasheed Bala Musa
PRO
AASI Jaipur
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3 months ago

Association of African Students in India - Rajasthan

The Institute of Rural Management Jaipur, (FMS-IIRM), organised a Refresher Programme in association with AICTE and ISTE themed “Digital Innovations in Agriculture Extension Management” from 16th to 21st of July 2018.
Invitation to the Programme was extended to the Association of African Students in India- Jaipur, which we honoured.
It was a great experience where we met many knowledgeable and intelligent specialists in various discipline with different skills.
Reflecting upon our enriching experience in the Refresher Programmme, it was very well organised with very interesting technical, innovative and educational sessions.
We express our heartfelt thanks to FMS-IRM JAIPUR for the opportunity, friendly and generous reception given to the African Students in Jaipur which we benefited so much from this exciting one week event.

Best regards:
Nasiru Aliyu Jibo
Education coordinator
ASSI-JAIPUR-Rajasthan
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3 months ago

Association of African Students in India - Rajasthan

The Association of African Students in India- Jaipur was invited to attend an International Conference on the theme "Empowering Women: Fostering Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Sustainability" Organised by Shri Ram College of Commerce which is affiliated to the University of Delhi scheduled on 16th - 17th of July 2018.
The Conference had in attendance the Hon'ble Vice President of India, The Governor of Puducherry and other highly invited Dignitaries.
There was interesting technical sessions where presenters and researchers from across the world presented their various research works and topics, where our very own President representing the Association spoke on Gender equality.

The respect and hospitality given to us by the Organising Committee of the Conference was unbelievable.
A special thanks to Dr Mallika Kumar, Prof Simrit Kaur, Biswanath Reang and the entire organising team.

Best Regards,
Vishnu O. Buckle
Deputy Educational Co-ordinator
AASI- Jaipur Rajasthan
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Celebrating a philanthropist, a great political leader and an anti-apartheid revolutionist from Africa! Indeed, he was so much more!
Happy Nelson Mandela International Day!
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3 months ago

Oh Nice to know that such exists in Jaipur. We also have African students from Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Rwanda and other African countries currently at Career Point University Kota - Rajasthan. So keep us in the know of the programmes of the association in Jaipur. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago

The 27-year-old none peace agreement between the two Ethio-Eritrea is disputed by the magical powers of love. It is necessary to make a sincere effort to win the hate-mongering of Africa's because we are chained by African blood affection ... See MoreSee Less

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The Association of African Students in India-Jaipur announces her Official call for Partners and Sponsors to the General Public.
This is a great opportunity to expand, associate and be known by African students in India and beyond.
Don't be left out!

Best regards
Muhammad Kabir Usman
Communication Coordinator.
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3 months ago

Hi My name is Mandeep Sodhi and I work as the Chief Strategy Officer at Radical Minds , India Operations.

We are a leading process outsourcing company assisting travel companies around the world providing ticketing and hospitality services.

For our middle eastern operations we are eagerly looking for candidates with Khaliji Arabic accent.

The job is well paying and the point of operation runs from Gurgaon, India.

For candidates with travel experience and interested to working in india. May please call me on 9810079670 or e-mail me on mandeep@radicalminds.in

We only have 4 positions to fill , so hurry.
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The Institute of Rural Management, Jaipur is organising a week Refresher Programme on “Digital Innovation in Agriculture Extension Management” in association with AICTE and ISTE from 16th to 21st July 2018.

Interested African Students and Scholars should submit their names to the Education Cordinator and Register through this link docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfYLe9XIZzmy8qdDEWVncLDlJnaAsLe40E-y2qocvSZLCTwNw/viewform

No Registration fee is required and accommodation will be provided as well.

Deadline for Registration is 10th of July 2018.

For more details contact;
Nasiru Aliyu Jibo
Education coordinator AASI- Jaipur
+91 91192 11135
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