As part of the AKDN’s ongoing efforts to promote the sharing of best practices and enhancing the delivery of high-quality education in government schools, 41 government school principals visited the Aga Khan Lycée (managed by the Aga Khan Education Services) in Khorog, Tajikistan in October 2020.
Aga Khan Education Service, Pakistan increases its educational footprint
After completing their primary years, students from the community-based...
In a quest to provide students with greater opportunities, the Aga Khan Education Service (AKES) in Pakistan, with the support of local leaders, assumed the management of two community-based primary schools in October 2020. As a result of this, students will now be able to seamlessly transition from pre-primary all the way to the end of higher secondary.
Generating new evidence about “Learning through Play” and “Holistic Learning Outcomes” across 1,000 schools in 10 countries
The Aga Khan Foundation will operationalise the LEGO Foundation’s visionary...
As the pandemic crests anew in many parts of the world, the timing of the Aga Khan Museum’s new podcasts, entitled This Being Human, could be prescient. Hosted by Canadian-born and London-based Abdul-Rehman Malik, the podcasts showcase leading Muslim voices shaping the world today.
How science improves the quality of life of mountain communities
Weather stations, like this one in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic, enable a...
By bringing together a team of researchers from complementary sciences, the Mountain Society Research Institute can, for example, combine socio-economic analysis, hydrology, and cartography. The objective is to bring together different areas of expertise in order to analyse, understand, and contribute to the development of mountain societies in the isolated valleys of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan), where little or no research is being conducted.