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Education
The Aga Khan Development Network makes a lasting impact on the lives of thousands of Ugandan children and adults by providing access to high-quality education that prepares them to contribute effectively to the development of the nation. AKDN has been involved in education in Uganda since the 1930s when the first Aga Khan schools were established.  Over the years, AKDN’s contribution to the Education Sector has broadened and deepened to include a continuum of services from early childhood education at the grassroots level, with the Madrasa Early Childhood Programme, to high-quality tertiary education where students, teachers and school management all benefit from the various formation initiatives.  Building upon its expertise in the sector, AKDN agencies now also provide, training, research, program design and policy formation support to the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports.