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28 November 2021 / 22. Rabi-Uth-Thani 1443

The World Federation Accredited Certification for TSP hits important Milestones in Africa AFED REPORT


The Teacher Skills Program (TSP) of the Madrasah Centre of Excellence (MCE) of The World Federation in collaboration with the Africa Federation Tabligh Board (AFTAB) attains yet another milestone in supporting teachers of the Madaris in various cities in Africa. The Teacher Skills Program is now an accredited qualification with the NCFE, an awarding body in the UK. 

Photo taken in 2019. NCFE certificate recipients.

The TSP is a valuable program that is able to equip the Madrasah teachers in enhancing their skills and talents in teaching. This is facilitated through a two-day intensive program followed by five Micro-teach sessions. Various teachers globally have been successfully trained with the required skills to nurture children in the Madrasah setting.  There are several teachers in various stages of the training program globally.  

77 teachers from Dar es Salaam, Arusha, Mwanza and Mombasa have completed the MT5 level and have been awarded with a level 2 qualifications from the NCFE. 

The training team for the TSP is led by Sayyid Aliraza Naqvi who is also the initiator of the program. He is supported by a team of facilitators placed globally to support the teachers in their growth. 

Photo taken in 2019. NCFE certificate recipients.

The AFED Secretariat extends its heartiest congratulations to Shaida bai Abdulrasul and her entire team on their successful completion of the training and wishes them every success in achieving the goals and in furthering the overall vision of the Africa Federation Tabligh Board. We strongly believe that the participants will come forth to serve the community with renewed zeal and enthusiasm by keeping this learning journey on-going and reaching out to all levels of the community up to the grassroots.  

We wish to convey our sincere appreciation to Sayyid Aliraza Naqvi for his concerted efforts and providing his valuable time in conducting these sessions for the Madrassah teachers in our Jamaats. Our thanks also to the World Federation for supporting this program. 

We are thankful also to the office bearers and the secretariat staff of Africa Federation for their unwavering support in AFTAB’s programs for the Madrassahs, the support and cooperation has enabled AFTAB to deliver on its planned objectives.   


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