The Institute of Ismaili Studies was founded in 1977. The aim of its foundation has since been to promote scholarship as well as the learning of Muslim cultures, societies and contemporary with a better understanding of the vast relations they have with other societies.
Additional roles this institute plays in the community include encouraging an independent perspective that is not necessarily confined to normal theological heritage of Islamic society. Behind the leadership of the Institute of Ismaili Studies is Dr. Shafik Sachedina who also heads the Department of Jamati Institutions.
In his capacity as the team leader of the institution, Shafik Sachedina organizes interactive events with the intention of uniting members of the department. Additionally, he leads various educative programs that seek to disseminate critical information on the culture of Ismailis, their values and purpose of interaction. With his input in the organization, the board of directors agreed to promote the culture of Muslims in the United Kingdom. More than that, the organization is now able to help people grasp more knowledge on the fundamentals of the Israeli community as all too often, the people attend conferences made to share some of the neglected subjects in the communities.
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For education, Sachedina attended the Guy’s Hospital Dental School where he majored in dental surgery. Later on, he flew to England and established a career in health-care entrepreneurship. With co-joined efforts from like-minded individuals, he joined the Aga Khan Development Network and has since served as a head cheerleader, constantly overseeing the management of finances and other leadership programs.
Where Did Sachedina Begin From?
Sachedina grew up in Tanzania. A few years later, he moved to Britain with his family with the intention of pursuing advanced education. From that moment on, he majored in healthcare and earned a degree after several years of studying. Currently, he is joint chairman at Sussex Healthcare, a nursing home that admits the elderly who need healthcare. At Sussex Healthcare, he oversees the allocation of resources among other roles like deciding on the viable partnership to involve the company in.
Sachedina is a team leader and a team player. He applies his skills and expertise in medicine to give better insight to the healthcare department in Sussex Healthcare. With his extensive knowledge in medicine and leadership, he fosters healthy relations in the medical fraternity as well as the Institute of Ismaili.
Check more about Sahfik Sachedina: https://www.cqc.org.uk/provider/1-101716401