Pakistan

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Pakistan
AKDN's activities in Pakistan include large-scale rural development; health, education and civil society programmes; microfinance services; major national and international institutions in banking and insurance; the provision of tertiary medical and in-service nursing education at the Aga Khan University in Karachi; services and innovations aimed at improving the built environment, particularly housing design and construction, village planning, natural hazard mitigation, and clean water supply and sanitation; and the restoration of historic forts and landmark buildings in Gilgit-Baltistan and of Mughal era monuments in Lahore.

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100 millions
AKDN has planted 100 million trees in Pakistan through programmes that address deforestation, transform degraded environments into productive green spaces, and mitigate the effects of climate change.
100+ years
The first Aga Khan School was founded in Mundra (Gujarat, India) in 1905. Several of the academic institutions of the Aga Khan Education Services in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh date back to the 19th century.
1.3 million
Each year, 1.3 million people living in some of the poorest rural and urban areas of the developing world have better access to safe drinking water, sanitation and sewage facilities provided by the AKDN.