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Zancana Community Center

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32 River street

Toronto Ontario
M5A 3N9

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Zancana Community Center

Zancana Community Center is a non- for profit charitable organization registered in Toronto Canada

It has been registered in October 16, 2009.

Zancana Community Center has been registered as a charity because:

  • It advances religion by promoting the spiritual teachings and maintaining the doctrines and spiritual observance of the Islamic faith;
  • It benefits the community by providing education, counselling and other support services for immigrants need.

Objectives:

a) To establish and operate a community center to be used for workshops, programs, athletic, drama, art music, handicraft, hobbies and recreation for the benefit of the general public.

b) To provide education, counseling and other support services for immigration and refugee in need, including language, employment training, job search programs, translation services, and other program on Canadian culture and life.

c) To preach and advance the teaching of the Islamic faith and the religious tenets, doctrines, observances and culture associated with the faith.

d) To establish, maintain and support a house of worship with services conducted in accordance with the tenets and doctrines of the Islamic faith.

e) To establish and maintain religious schools of instruction for children, youth and adults.

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Zanzibar-Canadian Association

Zanzibar-Canadian Association (ZANCANA)

ZANCANA

Zanzibar-Canadian Association (ZANCANA, in short) is a community organization founded by people with Zanzibari origin presently living in Canada. Zanzibar is made up of two main islands (Unguja and Pemba) and several smaller ones off the coast of East Africa.

Welcome means KARIBU in the Swahili vernacular. Zanzibar is the majestic spice island of the East Africa in Indian Ocean.These are two main islands of Unguja and Pemba. Over centuries different cultures have influenced Zanzibar to become what it is today. Sumerians, Assyrians, Egyptians, Phonecians, Indians, Chinese, Persians, Portuguse, Omani Arabs, Dutch and British have settled here at one time or another and influenced the local culture into the present fusion

Kwa maoni tumia barua pepe hapo chini

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E-mail: zancana@zancana.org

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