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Education

The Aga Khan Development Network is making a lasting impact on the lives of thousands of Ugandan children and adults by providing access to high-quality education. AKDN agencies have been involved in education in Uganda since the 1930s, when the first Aga Khan schools were established, and over the years AKDN’s contribution to the country’s education sector has both broadened and deepened. The Network provides a continuum of services, from early childhood education at the grassroots level through the Madrasa Early Childhood Programme to high-quality tertiary education that benefits students, teachers and school management. AKDN agencies also work closely with the Ugandan government, using their expertise in education, to provide training, research, programme design and policy formation support to the Ministry of Education and Sports.