In May 2018, three of our classes sat their final board exams. These were A’level, Grade A (certificate in primary teaching) and Diploma in secondary teaching. Their results were released on Friday 13th July 2018, and Wali ul Asr Education Centre received them with joy and jubilation.<br><br> We especially celebrate Wali ul Asr Girls Seminary, which emerged first out of 6 schools with less than 40 candidates in the Coast region and 62nd out of 127 schools nationally. Kiswahili was the best performed subject, ranking 2nd in the region, out of 19 schools and 9th nationally, out of 53 schools. History also did well, taking the 5th position out of 23 schools in the region. Overall, two students scored division 1, five scored division 2, four scored division 3 and one failed, implying 92% pass!<br><br> Wali ul Asr Boys’ Seminary on their part came 3rd in the region, out of 6 schools with less than 40 candidates. History recorded the best performance, emerging 7th out of 23 schools in the region, followed by Physics, which took the 8th position out of 24 schools. One student got division 1, five scored division 2, ten scored division 3 and one score division 4. None of the boys failed, implying 100% pass!<br><br> The Coast Teachers’ Training College did not fail to impress, as all the candidates passed except one who got a supplementary. Grade A had 18 students and they recorded 14 credits and 4 passes. None of them scored supplementary nor failed. Diploma had 3 students and 1 scored credit, 1 scored pass and the other one scored a supplementary.<br><br> We celebrate our achievements and send out heartfelt congratulations to the candidates, their teachers, school administrations and other stakeholders. We look forward to even better performance in future!
<center>CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR BOYS!</center><br> On 30th June 2018, a Mathematics international competition was held in Dar es Salam Tanzania in which students from different schools participated. <b>Amir M Lutajengwa</b> who took the first position and <b>Hamad R Kassim</b> who stood third in the competition were the gems of our Wali ul Asr Boys Seminary. <br><br> The objective was to select the top three students, who would participate at the finals on an international stage. These competitions are an annual event organized by the International Scientific League of PAYA. The objectives of these competitions are among others, to motivate students to improve their knowledge and higher-order thinking skills in Mathematics as well as motivate teachers to improve their knowledge and teaching abilities in Mathematics. The finals are scheduled for August 2018. We wish our students and teachers the best of luck and success! <br><br>Both will now participate in the competition in its final stage. We are proud of these students. Waliul Asr Education Centre have been to nurture this children with the hard work of our teachers. We thank all our Supporters!!
Report for Different Humanitarian activities carried out during the holy month of Ramadhan such as Iftar and food Distribution, Quran Distribution, Seminars and workshop.
Shija Manmilisho and Cypron Kanioga were working for many Years at Kibaha Farm Department. With the old age and inability to continue the work they had to be released after paying all their dues. But considering their old age and the service given to WIPAHS for many years, Shija Manmilisho was given a sewing machine and Cypron Kanioga was given a tricycle in order to support their family and continue living their life respectfully with out depending on others which made them overjoyed and thankful.
World Malaria Day & International English Language Day were commemorated at WEC on 24th April at zainabiyya hall. The guest speaker was Mrs Shufaa Bashary who was the representative of chairwoman UWT - coast regional.<br /><br /> Students from form Four and Three presented a poem and speeches about malaria and college students presented a poem and speech about English language.<br /><br /> The reason for commemorating this event was to raise awareness to the young generation about malaria, its effects as well as precaution and also to support the efforts of the government and other agencies in the campaign against Malaria. <br /><br /> As <b>W</b>ali ul Asr <b>E</b>ducation <b>C</b>entre, Wipahs also wanted to join the whole world in the movement against this disease by sending awareness messages to the coming generation.
<b>U</b>mme <b>A</b>biha <b>N</b>ursery <b>S</b>chool (UANS) which is located in Kibaha had its 4th Fun Carnival on 17th March 2018. <br><br> Various games for the children were organised such as Feed the animals, Burst the balloons, Can toss, Blow bubbles through hula hoops, etc. which really made the children happy and they enjoyed it. <br><br> Invitations were sent out to the parents of the nursery school children. Exciting games were also organised for them inorder to strengthen Parent - child connection. Games included open the locks in a minute, transfer balls with spoon & cake walk. <br><br> All the children were given gifts as they came in and free snacks while leaving. Prizes were also awarded to the winners of the games.
WIPAHS once again arranged womens International Women Day Program coinciding with the birth Anniversary of the great Lady for 3 days to bring awareness and educate the womens who are victimised and more oppressed in the society. With that aim in mind Seminar for 3 days was held in Changombe Umoja Hall on 9th March 2018 which ended with Zahra day Celebration on 11th March. No. of People participated and benefited: 1790 students from various high schools & colleges. 250 prominent and active lady leaders from within and outside the region Topics discussed: The effects of Social Media - Dr. Amina Mwinyi (Lugalo Military Hospital) The Life of Sayyidah Fatimah SA - Hajjat Nafisa Khitamy (Mombasa) Presentation on "The value of a Mother' - Students of Wali ul Asr Education Centre.' Highlight of the Day: 80 ladies were presented with gifts to recognise their efforts and services to the Muslim community. The ladies appreciated included doctors, teachers, political leaders, social workers and mosque heads. Participants Comments: "The program was very well organised. Taking from the seminar that began 3 days prior to the big day itself. It was amazing to see how each participant felt 'addressed'. It is as though the organisers knew the challenges we face in our societies. The youth were so enthusiastic to ask and be heard! All in all, we pray for the success of the organisation and request for such seminars and programs - more frequently" - Sister from Kondoa.
Exciting Groundbreaking Ceremony which was held at Changombe. The Trustees of WIPAHS would like to extend their heartfelt appreciations to the well wishers and philanthropists for their support in enabling WIPAHS take a step towards self sustainability thus reaching out to the underprivileged in a better and more efficient way.