Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development
As an international development agency dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship and building economically sound enterprises in the developing world, the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED) often works in parts of the world that lack sufficient foreign direct investment. AKFED operates as a network of affiliates with more than 90 separate project companies employing over 47,000 people. It had revenues of US$4.1 billion in 2015, but because of its development ethos, it reinvests all profits in further development. More
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19 September 2017
Mozambique: Beluluane Industrial Park & European Business Club promote Mineral Resources Conference in Maputo[View | View all]
12 June 2017
Pamir Energy wins prestigious Ashden Award for bringing clean energy to East Tajikistan and North Afghanistan[View | View all]
AKFED has helped address bandwidth problems in Africa through investments in SEACOM, the first company to connect South and East Africa to Europe and South Asia with 17,000 km of undersea fibre optic cables.
415,000 clients served by 39 branches of the Kyrgyz Investment and Credit Bank across the Kyrgyz Republic.
The AKDN project company Roshan, Afghanistan's leading telecommunications operator, provides mobile phone services to more than 6.5 million Afghans.