Gulbanu Sherali Bandali

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Gulbanu Sherali Bandali
Town of birth
  • Nairobi
Country of birth
  • Kenya
Place of longest stay
  • Kampala
Profession or occupation carriedout for the longest period in life
  • Teacher
Where-City or Country
  • Kampala
Rajan Lalji 18871956

Born in Nairobi

Gulbanu Bai was a prominent social worker and was one of the first Ismaili trained female teachers, and served several years in the Aga Khan Girls' School, Nairobi.

She was also the Honorary Secretary of the Ismailia Students' Union and was the moving spirit of the Girl Guides movement. After her marriage with Sherali Bandali Jaffer, M.P. (Uganda), when she went to Kampala in 1948, she became heavily engaged in the community services.

She was also a senior official in the Ministry of Social Affairs of the Uganda Government. She had been twice to the U.K. and the United States on Government short training courses concerned with her ministry