Since 1970, the Aga Khan Development Network has been a pioneer in water sanitation and hygiene programmes in much of the developing world to help improve the health and quality of life of poor, rural communities.
Sustainable Development Goals - Gender Equality
In Mozambique, the first phase of the Aga Khan Academy, Maputo opened on 19...
Educating girls - If girls in remote places around the world are provided with access to education close to their homes, and in a context which recognises community values and concerns, they are more likely to go to school, stay in school and learn. Images included in this gallery are representative of some programs taking place around the world.
Sustainable Development Goals - Quality Education
Offering a more family-like environment, the childminders in Portugal...
For over 100 years the Aga Khan Development Network has worked to ensure that students of all ages have access to quality learning opportunities. Each year, it reaches nearly 2 million students ranging from early childhood to primary and secondary grades, from vocational training for youth and adults to university degrees and professional development.
Sustainable Development Goals - Good Health and Well-being
In Afghanistan, the Aga Khan University manages the French Medical...
Expanding Quality Health Care - AKDN delivers health services to 5 million people every year, through over 200 health facilities, including 13 hospitals. One example is the French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children (FMIC) in Afghanistan, the country’s leading maternal and child hospital, which is managed by the Aga Khan University.
Sustainable Development Goals - Zero Hunger
As part of the AKF Enhancing Food Security and Incomes (FSI) initiative in...
AKDN believes that together we can tackle the world’s greatest problems. We are helping farmers in Africa to increase their rice yields.One example of our work is in Madagascar. Over 47,000 rice farmers have been supported by AKDN leading to a three-fold increase in their yields, helping to end the hungry season for their families.