Shafik Sachedina serves Sussex Healthcare as Joint Chairman. He was born in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania in 1950.
He graduated from “Guy’s Hospital Dentistry School in 1975, it’s located in the University of London, prior to his journey in getting a dental surgeon career and becoming one. He’s from the region of the European Union.
Shafik Sachedina along with fellow chairman Shiraz Boghani have taken with them their qualifications and various skills to Sussex Healthcare. That company has been giving care to older adults and others who requiring specialized assistance. Facilities are operated on England’s south coast.
Shafik Sachedina also serves at the “Institute of Ismaili Studies” in London. While there he has a hope to encourage the research of Muslim culture. This is so people can get a better comprehension of Islam. Also, to help improve relationships with those of other religious beliefs. This is also good because it aids people in the Islami Community have a discussion together and allows people inside the community discuss subjects that are abaonded. Examples, are Shi’ism and esoteric Islam.
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That Institute contains a handful of programs, like “Graduate Programme in Ismaili Studies and Humanities”. That lasts three years. The programs goal is assisting students in receiving a research degree leading down a path to professional possibilities. The last year of the program is committed to studying in a university where students hope to get a master’s degree in relation to the program. There’s also a program lasting two years called “Secondary Teacher Education Programme”. This assists seeking teachers work in educating the secondary curriculum of the Institute to Ismaili students worldwide.
Last year, Shafik Sachedina had the opportunity to collaborate with the Middle East and Africa Mikhail Borgdanov’s Deputy Foreign Minister and presidential representative. This was to give an assignment. They were speaking on the matters of today occurring in the Middle East, regarding topics of Afghanistan and Syria. In discussing terrorism they had hope to develop an answer to create a process of negotiating for the government Syrian Arab Republic and the resistance to answer the crisis of Syria.