The restoration of Forodhani Park is part of a comprehensive programme for seafront rehabilitation in Stone Town. Intended to be a logical extension of Kelele Square previously completed by AKTC, the restoration was undertaken by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture in cooperation with the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar.
The objective of the project was to restore and secure the city’s major urban open space while improving the quality of civic life for Zanzibaris. The project components included:
The impact of the Park restoration has been:
Integration with Economic and Social Programmes
The Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC), which has been active in Zanzibar since 1989, has integrated its cultural revitalisation efforts with the broader economic and social programmes of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) – reflecting His Highness the Aga Khan’s belief that development is a complex process that requires multiple inputs. AKDN’s efforts include the Raha Leo Health Centre (a public-private partnership), which records over 13,000 patient visits per year, many from Stone Town residents. The Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development has restored and converted historic seafront buildings into the Zanzibar Serena Inn, while the Aga Khan Foundation is involved in programmes on education, training and health, including pre-schools in Zanzibar and Pemba, an educational Resource Centre and the training of hundreds of teachers.
23 September 2015
First Class of Nurses Graduates in Faizabad, Afghanistan
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