Two state-of-the-art health facilities – an expansion of the Aga Khan Medical Centre in Gilgit and construction of a new Aga Khan Health Centre in Hunza – are underway to ensure continuity of quality healthcare services to the people of Gilgit-Baltistan.
Finalists announced for the 2021 Global Pluralism Award
The Global Centre for Pluralism has announced the 10 finalists for the 2021 Global Pluralism Award. The Award is presented once every two years to individuals, organisations and governments around the world to celebrate achievements which enable societies to live more peacefully and productively with diversity.
AKDN achieves IFC EDGE green building pre-certification
In South Mumbai, India, Aga Hall Estate – an upcoming residential high-rise development project – is one of the first and largest AKDN projects to earn EDGE Advanced Certification, the globally recognised benchmark for green building created by International Finance Corporation.
COP26: Climate change resilience in the high mountains of Tajikistan
During the first week of COP26, the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat joined the Governments of Tajikistan and Switzerland to discuss and align approaches that are building climate change resilience in the Pamir highlands, where mountain communities are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of global warming.
BMJ article features Aga Khan Development Network’s health work on potential pathways to net zero emissions
The effort to achieve universal health coverage in low-to-middle-income countries stands to significantly increase the global carbon footprint, but a new article published in the British Medical Journal – drawing on data provided by the Aga Khan Development Network – outlines how integrating carbon reduction into the delivery of universal health coverage can in fact leverage greater health gains in these countries.