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Kenya
Over the last century, the Aga Khan Development Network’s (AKDN) many programmes and diverse institutions have become strong forces of social and economic development in Kenya, improving the quality of life in some of the country’s most resource poor communities. An Agreement of Cooperation for Development was signed with the Government of Kenya in 1996. It recognises AKDN’s contributions to national development and creates an enabling framework for its activities.

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$1.5 billion
The Aga Khan University is building a new major campus in Arusha, Tanzania. This investment of over $1.5 billion in tertiary education is the largest in the East African region’s history.
17 million people
AKDN offers a range of financial services from community-based savings groups to corporate banking to life insurance. These services are used by 17 million people each year.
100,000
Frigoken, an AKFED project company, supports the rural Kenyan economy by providing agricultural extension services at no cost to more than 100,000 small-scale bean farmers.