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Association of African Students in India, Rajasthan

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Celebrating All Our Mothers and Sisters Who Are Positively Influencing Our Society.

Happy International Women's Day.
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On behalf of all the organisers of the first AASI international students conference, Jaipur Rajasthan India 24th February 2018,
I express my gratitude to all our honourable speakers, panelists, sponsor, guests, JNU and to all the delegates who made this event a reality and a success.
I know we all learnt a great deal in this conference and I hope we will use these knowledge to make an impact on our continent.
Thus with a joyful heart We do express our sincere gratitude and say thank you All and Remain blessed 🙏.

Chioma Cynthia Izuogu
State Educational Coordinator
(Chief Organiser)
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Sudan (Northern Africa)

The flags meaning;

The red stripe represents Sudan's struggle for independence and many other struggles, and the sacrifices of the country's martyrs.

The white represents peace, light and optimism. It also represents the White Flag League which was a nationalist group that rose up against colonial rule in 1924.

The black represents Sudan; in Arabic 'Sudan' means black. It also represents the black flag of nationalists who fought colonial rule during the Mahdist Revolution, late in 19th century.

Green represents Islam, agriculture and the prosperity of the land.
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CONFERENCE BUS

BUS STOPS.

1. NIMS
Arrival 07:00hrs
Depature 07:30hrs
The bus will be collecting residing in Pratap, Chandiwaji, NIMS and Archrol.
2. Maharaj Vinayak Global
3. Kukas
4. Kunda
5. Transport Nagar Area

Then will return back from JNU at 17:30hrs.

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Yemen (Southern Arabia / Middle East)

The flag's meaning;
Since May 22, 1990, Yemen has used only the simple tricolour: black is said to stand for the dark days of the past, while white represents a bright future and red the blood of the struggle to achieve independence and unity.

(Similar flags have been used by Libya, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, and The Sudan.)
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Ghana (West Africa)

The Flag's meaning;
The colour red represents the blood of those who died in the country's struggle for independence, gold stands for the mineral wealth, while green symbolizes the rich forest. The star represents the lodestar of African freedom.
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Nigeria (West Africa )

The Flag's meaning;

The two green stripes represent Nigeria's natural wealth, while the white band represents peace.
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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (Central Africa)

The flag's meaning;

1. Blue represents peace and hope
2. Red stands for the blood of the country's martyrs
3. Yellow stands for the country's wealth and prosperity
4. Star symbolizes unity and the brilliant future for the country.
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UGANDA (East Africa )

The flag;

The three colours are representative of African peoples (black), Africa's sunshine (yellow), and African brotherhood (red being the colour of blood, through which all Africans are connected). The grey crowned crane is fabled for its gentle nature and was also the military badge of Ugandan soldiers during British rule.
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KENYA (East Africa)

The Flag's meaning;

The black represents the people of Kenya, the red represents blood, the green represents natural wealth, and the white represents peace. The Masai shield and spears represents the defense of freedom.
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TANZANIA (East Africa)

The Flag

The green alludes to the natural vegetation and "rich agricultural resources" of the country, while black represents the Swahili people who are native to Tanzania. The blue epitomizes the Indian Ocean, as well as the nation's numerous lakes and rivers.
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ZAMBIA ( Southern Africa)

The Flag of Zambia;
Red represents the struggle for freedom; black, the people of Zambia; orange, the country's mineral wealth; and green, the natural resources. The eagle in flight symbolizes the freedom in Zambia and the ability to rise above the country's problems.
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ZIMBABWE (Southern Africa)

The flag of Zimbabwe;
1. The yellow represents the country's mineral wealth.
2.The red represents the blood spilt during the liberation struggle.
3. Black represents the black majority.
4. The Zimbabwe Bird is the National Emblem of Zimbabwe.
5.The white triangle stands for peace and the "way forward".
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INDIA (SOUTH CENTRAL ASIA)

In the national flag of India;
1. The top band is of Saffron colour, indicating the strength and courage of the country.
2. The white middle band indicates peace and truth with Dharma Chakra.

3. The last band is green in colour shows the fertility, growth and auspiciousness of the land.
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Speaker's name: Mr. Charles Kibuuka

Topic: Social Vices an Impediment to Social Relevance and Production.

Mr. Charles is an Ugandian citizen pursuing his masters degree in Business Administration in Pacific University in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

He is currently the President of Udaipur International Students Association and AASI RAJASTHAN, Udaipur Representative.
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AASI-RJ INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

Name: Dr. Desmond Onyemechi Okocha
Topic: Career Development

He is a Social Scientist with specialization in Management, Mass Communication and Leadership. He is also a renowned Consultant, Researcher, Resource person, Motivational Speaker, a seasoned Lecturer and an insightful Teacher with passion for youth development, Pan-Africanism, gender equality, social justice and cultural diplomacy. Currently, he is the Chairman of Institute for Leadership and Development Communication, Nigeria.

In addition, he is the Founder cum CEO of Drina International Management Consulting Limited, Nigeria. He is a frequent speaker in universities, conferences, seminars, workshops and churches. He has written many publications in international peer review journals, newspapers and did several presentations on radio and television.

He is a member of many prestigious international professional bodies including the International Centre for Economics, Humanities & management (United Kingdom), International Association for Media and Communication Research (U.S.A), American Philosophical Association (U.S.A), International Communication Institute (U.S.A) and Gambia Association of Accountants (GAA). His core vision is the restoration of Africa to her rightful place of glory, peace and inclusive development through the holistic empowerment of Africans to be futuristic thinkers, ethical and vanguards of peace.
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AASI-RJ INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' CONFERENCE:

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: (Rtd) Brig. Kamlesh Singh

TOPIC: Promoting Hygiene for a Healthy Society

Brig. Kamlesh Singh is a passionate but a level headed personality with a wide experience of successfully working in terms displaying exemplary skills in innovations, team building, motivating others, planning conferences & CNE's, policy making, recruitment, training, directing, conducting researches & most importantly ensuring organizational goals, being cooperative & dependable.

She graduated with a first class (Gold Medalist) in Msc. Nursing Community Health from SNDT Women's University, Bombay in 1985.

She has acquired several academic qualifications including PG diploma in Hospital and Health Care Management in 2011 from NIHFN, New Delhi.

She has conducted several research projects in her field. She is also a member of several boards, including Nursing Research Society of India.

She has been a proven par excellence in the field of nursing; with an experience of about 38 years. She is currently working as a Professor cum Principle of NIMS Nursing College, NIMS University, Rajasthan.
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AASI-RJ INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKER.

Speaker's Name: Mr. Samuel T. Jack

Topic: Youth Participation in Politics - Issues and Challenges.

Mr. Samuel T. Jack is a Nigerian by birth and also the current National President of the association of African students in India. Master’s student in political science at the prestigious Delhi University. Mr. Samuel T. Jack is also a Pan- Africanist, Feminist, Human Right Advocate and founder of the Youth for Development an NGO that seeks to empower African youths.
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PANELIST OF CONFERENCE'S DISCUSSION.

Miss. Najaat Ibrahim Muhammad is a Nigerian citizen pursuing her final year in Bachelor of Dental Surgery in Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur.

She is determined to serve humanity through volunteer assignments and other means. She is currently the President of All India Nigerian Students and Community Association - NIMS Chapter.

She has been a game changer in her generation. Najaat has conducted a scientific research and successfully presented and published at international scientific journal. And this is just the beginning...
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Good morning brothers and sisters,

I am Zakaria Gamal Ali, I'm 25 years old. I'm Yemeni by nationality, and from earth by heart. I'm a B. Tec in Petroleum Engineering.

Also, I am currently the head of "General Union of Yemeni Students in Jaipur, Rajasthan." Additionally, I'm the representative of The Yemeni Embassy.

My philosophy in life is: "If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else." I like teamwork.

I will be one of the panelist of the conference's discussion on the 24th of February.

Hope to see you all.
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PANELIST FOR CONFERENCE'S DISCUSSION.

Dr. Abubakar Mohammed is Nigerian citizen from Taraba State, a Lecturer with Modibbo Adama University of Technology Yola Nigeria (formally known as Federal University of Technology Yola). He is currently pursuing his PhD in Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur.

He is one of the pioneers of the All India Nigerian Students and Community Association (AINSCA - NIMS Chapter).
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PANELIST OF CONFERENCE'S DISCUSSION.

Dr Amitabh Dwivedi is currently the Dean and Principal Occupational Therapy Colleges in Maharaj Vinayak Global University.
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AASI-RJ INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' CONFERENCE: PANEL OF DISCUSSION

TOPIC: Race, Culture, Religion: The Beauty of Nationhood (Diversity and Uniformity)
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To my fellow sisters and brothers,

It gives me great joy to invite you all, my fellow students, to attend this year's international conference at Jaipur National University, on the 24th of February this year.

This conference is for all students studying in Rajasthan, India, including Indians, Nepalis, Africans & Yemenis.

Our theme is, "Commitment to Excellence: Bridging the Gap to National Development."

Our aim is promote mutual and productive interrelationships among students from different countries, while gaining more knowledge and equiping them to become competitive and influential leaders at campus level in India and back home, in their respective communities & countries.

This is the first conference being organised by ASSI - Rajasthan, and I am humbled to be the leader of this year's organising team.

We are doing the best we can to make this conference a memorable one.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Yours in Service

Cynthia Chioma Izuogu
Chief Organiser
AASI Rajasthan State Education Coordinator
Final Year Student Bsc. Nursing MGVU

Website: rajasthan.aasi.org.in
Email: aasi.jaipur@gmail.com
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REGISTRATION IN PROGRESS

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AASI-Rajasthan International Students Conference, 24th of February 2018.

Platinum Sponsor: CAREER POINT UNIVERSITY, KOTA
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AASI-RAJASTHAN INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' CONFERENCE, 24TH OF FEBRUARY 2018.

VENUE: JAIPUR NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, SILAS CAMPUS AUDITORIUM

www.jnujaipur.ac.in
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And The Final Count-Down Begins...

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23-01-18

Vision
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*AASI 5TH NATIONAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Date: 13th of January 2018
Venue: Noida University (Delhi)

If you wish to join us, please inbox us.
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Beautiful intelligent sister speaking from the heart of the great African continent.

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AASI 5TH NATIONAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Date: 13th of January 2018
Venue: Noida International University (Delhi)

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English Version

Let us all unite and celebrate together
The victories won for our liberation
Let us dedicate ourselves to rise together
To defend our liberty and unity
O Sons and Daughters of Africa
Flesh of the Sun and Flesh of the Sky
Let us make Africa the Tree of Life
Let us all unite and sing together
To uphold the bonds that frame our destiny
Let us dedicate ourselves to fight together
For lasting peace and justice on earth
O Sons and Daughters of Africa
Flesh of the Sun and Flesh of the Sky
Let us make Africa the Tree of Life
Let us all unite and toil together
To give the best we have to Africa
The cradle of mankind and fount of culture
Our pride and hope at break of dawn.
O Sons and Daughters of Africa
Flesh of the Sun and Flesh of the Sky
Let us make Africa the Tree of Life

French Version

Unissons-nous tous et célébrons ensemble,
Les victoires remportées pour notre libération.
Engageons-nous et levons-nous comme un seul Homme,
Pour défendre notre liberté et notre unité.
Á” Fils et Filles de l’Afrique,
Chair du Soleil et Chair du Ciel,
Faisons de l’Afrique l’Arbre de Vie.
Unissons-nous tous et chantons en cœur,
Pour maintenir les liens qui déterminent notre destin.
Consacrons-nous tous au combat,
Pour la paix durable et la justice sur terre.
Á” Fils et Filles de l’Afrique,
Chair du Soleil et Chair du Ciel,
Faisons de l’Afrique l’Arbre de Vie.
Unissons-nous tous et travaillons dur,
Afin de donner le meilleur de nous Á l’Afrique,
Berceau de l’humanité et source de la culture,
Notre fierté et notre espérance au point du jour.
Á” Fils et Filles de l’Afrique,
Chair du Soleil et Chair du Ciel,
Faisons de l’Afrique l’Arbre de Vie.

Spanish Version

Vamos todos a unirse y celebrar juntos
Las victorias obtenidas por nuestra liberación
Vamos a dedicarnos a subir juntos
Para defender nuestra libertad y la unidad
¡Oh Hijos e hijas de Á�frica
La carne del Sol y la carne del cielo
Vamos a hacer de Á�frica el Á�rbol de la Vida
Vamos todos a unirse y cantar juntos
Para mantener los lazos que enmarcan nuestro destino
Vamos a dedicarnos a luchar juntos
Para que la paz duradera y la justicia en la tierra
¡Oh Hijos e hijas de Á�frica
La carne del Sol y la carne del cielo
Vamos a hacer de Á�frica el Á�rbol de la Vida
Vamos a unirnos todos y trabajar juntos
Para dar lo mejor que tenemos a Á�frica
La cuna de la humanidad y fuente de cultura
Nuestro orgullo y esperanza a la rotura del amanecer.
¡Oh Hijos e hijas de Á�frica
La carne del Sol y la carne del cielo
Vamos a hacer de Á�frica el Á�rbol de la Vida

Portuguese Version

Vamos todos nos unir e celebrar juntos
As vitórias conquistadas pela nossa libertação
Vamos dedicar-nos a crescer juntos
Para defender nossa liberdade e unidade
Á“ Filhos e Filhas da Á�frica
Carne do Sol e da Carne do Céu
Vamos fazer de Á�frica a Á�rvore da Vida
Vamos todos nos unir e cantar juntos
Para preservar os laços que estruturam as nossas destino
Vamos dedicar-nos a lutar juntos
Para uma paz duradoura e justiça na terra
Á“ Filhos e Filhas da Á�frica
Carne do Sol e da Carne do Céu
Vamos fazer de Á�frica a Á�rvore da Vida
Vamos todos nos unir e trabalham em conjunto
Dar o melhor que temos para a Á�frica
O berço da humanidade e fonte de cultura
Nosso orgulho e esperança em romper da aurora.
Á“ Filhos e Filhas da Á�frica
Carne do Sol e da Carne do Céu
Vamos fazer de Á�frica a Á�rvore da Vida

Arabic Version

`dyuna ntxhd gmiya unxhtfl mya
faz ants'arat ltxhrirna
dyuna nkrs anfsna lartfay mya
lldfay yn xhritna ualuxhdah
ia a'bnay' ubnat ``a'friqia`
`allxhm ``alshms uallxhm mn alsmay'`
`dyuna ngyl a'friqia shgrah alxhiaah`
`dyuna ntxhd gmiya ualghnay' mya
ldym a'uas'r x'dha ali't'ar ms'irna
dyuna nkrs anfsna llqtal gnba i'ljh gnb
llxhs'ul yljh slam daj'm ualydalah yljh ugx' ala'rض
ia a'bnay' ubnat ``a'friqia`
`allxhm ``alshms uallxhm mn alsmay'`
`dyuna ngyl a'friqia shgrah alxhiaah`
`dyuna ntxhd gmiya umya alkdxh
i'yt'ay' a'fضl ma ldina la'friqia
mx'd llbshriah , uinbuy althqafah
aytzazna una'ml fi alfgr.
ia a'bnay' ubnat ``a'friqia`
`allxhm ``alshms uallxhm mn alsmay'`
`dyuna ngyl a'friqia shgrah alxhiaah`

Swahili Version

Hebu wote kuungana na kusherehekea pamoja
Ya ushindi alishinda kwa ajili ya ukombozi wetu
Hebu kujitolea wenyewe kwa kupanda kwa pamoja
Ili kulinda uhuru wetu na umoja
O kiume na wa kike wa Afrika
Mwili wa Jua na nyama ya Anga
Hebu kufanya Afrika ya mti wa uzima
Hebu wote kuungana na kuimba pamoja
Ili kutekeleza vifungo kwamba muda hatima yetu
Hebu kujitolea wenyewe kupigana kwa pamoja
Kwa amani ya kudumu na haki juu ya ardhi
O kiume na wa kike wa Afrika
Mwili wa Jua na nyama ya Anga
Hebu kufanya Afrika ya mti wa uzima
Hebu wote kuungana na taabu pamoja
Ili kutoa bora tuna Afrika
Ya utoto wa watu na chanzo ya utamaduni
Kiburi yetu na matumaini katika mapumziko ya alfajiri.
O kiume na wa kike wa Afrika
Mwili wa Jua na nyama ya Anga
Hebu kufanya Afrika ya mti wa uzima
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03-01-18

"I am an African. I owe my being to the hills and the valleys, the mountains and the glades, the rivers, the desserts, the trees, the flowers, the seas and the ever-changing seasons that define the face of our native land." ~ Thabo Mbeki
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Namibia is a nature lover's dream! 🦁😍

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28-12-17

"Sometimes, it falls upon a generation to be great. You can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom." ~Nelson Mandela
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Someone take me to Kenya 😍🙏

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A WEEKEND TO REMEMBER

We had a wonderful time with our brothers and sisters in Chittorgarh.

Thank you very much for accommodating us.

#expansion
#aasichittorgarh
#aasirajasthan
#AASI
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11-12-17

"History teaches us that unity is strength and cautions us to submerge and overcome our differences in the quest for common goals, to strive, with all our combined strength, for the path to true African brotherhood and unity."

~Haile Salassie
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06-12-17

"Preventing the conflicts of tomorrow means changing the mind-set of youth today." ~Grace Machel
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05-12-17

"The secret to change is to focus all of your energy, not fighting the old, but building the new." ~Socrates
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Don't forget to create your account and to register on rajasthan.aasi.org.in/members/new-membership

(This registration is for all, new members and those who have registered with AASI already.)

"Birth of A New Era"
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GLOBAL ARCUS
Job Opening
Comapny: Arcus Multi Services Pvt. Ltd.
Position : Senior Manager
Profile: Management Consultant
Location : Delhi
Eligibility: Graduation (Freshers can apply)
Nationality: Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and any African National
Salary: 9,60,000/- per anum plus incentive
Perk: Free accommodation in Delhi, joining date: 1st December 2017
Send your resume to hr@globalarcus.com
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GLOBAL ARCUS Job Opening

Comapny: Arcus Multi Services Pvt. Ltd.
Position : Senior Manager
Profile: Management Consultant
Location : Delhi
Eligibility: Graduation (Freshers can apply)
Nationality: Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and any African National
Salary: 9,60,000/- per anum plus incentive
Perk: Free accommodation in Delhi
Send your resume to hr@globalarcus.com
WhatsApp 00447452097099

"Birth f A New Era"
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27-11-17

"I want people to remember me as someone whose life has been helpful to humanity."

Thomas Sankara
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Everyone who works in this Tanzanian cafe is deaf and there's a chalkboard to help teach customers pick up sign language. 👌

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18/11/2017

The Association of African students in India - Rajasthan (AASI) and African Ladies Association (ALA) signed the MOU. The associations agreed to work together as a team for the development of all African students in India.
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To our beloved brothers and sisters;

During the November-December period, we will not be having events or activities because of the different universitys' examinations.

We will keep you updated on upcoming events from January. Get ready to start 2018 on a higher level!!

All the best in your exams and stay blessed.

Kind Regards
Petra
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AASI-RAJASTHAN INDO-AFRICAN SPORTS DAY

#throwback #sportsday #indoafrican
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The Lion and the Ranger (Part 6) __#SalutingAfricanEntrepreneurs! The other day someone on my team sent me an article about some young entrepreneurs from Somalia who started an online shopping busin...

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"Birth of A New Era"

#BecomeanActiveAmbassadorofAfrica #aasicampaign
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Peter Ngugi Wa Wambui of Pedal for Peace on his quest to promote acceptance, tolerance and peaceful coexistence between Africa and India. The only way to break cultural barriers is through opening up ...

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10-11-17

"There is no time to waste. We either unite now or perish." ~Julius Nyerere

#food-for-thought
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Established communication is the best way to break stereotypes.

More details coming soon!
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Established communication is the best way to break stereotypes. More details coming soon!

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09-11-12

"African nationalism is meaningless, dangerous and anachronistic, if it not at the same pan-Africanism." ~Julius Nyerere

(Pan-Africanism is a worldwide intellectual movement that aims to encourage and strengthen bonds of solidarity between all people of African descent.)
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08-11-17

"Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person."

Mother Theresa
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06-11-17

"Some of the brightest minds in the country can be found in the last benches of the classroom."

-Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
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If we want our host country to respect us as Africans in India, the question should be what are we doing to earn or demand this respect? We have the power to control how we are perceived by our host...

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Be the leaders who can do better than those who are currently leading - Congratulations Zambia! One Nation One Zambia! ~ H. E. Yeah Samake Speaking to students at 53rd Zambian Independence Day Celebr...

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28/10/17

"The inability of those in power to still the voices of their own consciences is the great force leading to change."

Kenneth Kaunda
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World Youth Forum, Sharm El Sheikh. November 4-10 #WeNeedToTalk

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To Our Beloved Brothers and Sisters,

On behalf of AASI-Rajasthan Committee, we are truly grateful for your support and contribution towards today's event.

We couldn't have done it without your participation and zeal.

May this moment we shared today be the begining of a new era.

Viva African Students!!!
Viva Africa!!!

Kind Regards
Petra
AASI Rajasthan State President
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AASI RAJASTHAN INDO-AFRICAN SPORTS DAY RESULTS

Volleyball

SGVU 2
NIMS 0

Basketball

J. Blazzers 44
SGVU 22

Football

NIMS ACADEMY 4
SGVU 0

Well done to all the teams!!!! You played very well.

Till next year😊
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