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  • The Juntos! video lab for creating blended learning courses in Maputo, Mozambique.
    AKDN / Munir Ahmad

The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) works in over 30 countries around the world. It currently operates over 1,000 programmes and institutions − many of which date back over 60 years, and some over 100.  It employs approximately 96,000 people, the majority of whom are based in developing countries. The AKDN’s annual budget for non-profit development activities is approximately US$ 1,000 million.  Its economic development arm, the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED), generates annual revenues of US$ 4.5 billion, but all surpluses generated by its project companies are reinvested in further development activities, usually in fragile, remote or post-conflict regions.

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$1 million
One million dollars are shared among prize winners, as determined by the independent Master Jury.  Half the prize money is a grant for promoting the replicable aspects of the design.
2 million
Over 2 million students benefit from AKDN education programmes annually. Programmes range from early childhood development to primary and secondary schools, from vocational studies to university degrees.
In 2017, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture was 40 years old, making it the oldest major award in the field.