Summer might have been a chance to get away from school, enjoy the freedom, and the Pamir mountain air. Instead, 66 students in Khorog, Tajikistan, voluntarily spent their summers at the Aga Khan Lycée (high school). They were participating in Maker’s Lab and Lego Robotics—summer programmes where they engineered their own innovative versions of real-life things.
University of Central Asia joins UiPath Academic Alliance to empower students for the future
Students at the University of Central Asia’s Naryn Campus, Kyrgyz Republic....
The University of Central Asia (UCA) has joined the UiPath Academic Alliance programme, offering its students and staff training in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), a key technology recognised by top analysts for its potential to empower the next generation of workers with the skills of the future.
Bringing cutting-edge health technology to rural communities
Faizabad Provincial Hospital, Afghanistan....
For a community that lacked formal health care and whose health care facilities were damaged in the wars of the last quarter century, Aga Khan Health Services' (AKHS) offering of laparoscopic surgery at the Faizabad Provincial Hospital has been nothing short of revolutionary.
Drone tech makes communities more resilient to natural disasters
Use of a drone near Patkhur village in GBAO to collect data that will help...
In Tajikistan, AKAH used a drone to map the glacier above Barsem village in Shughnan Valley, which in 2015 was responsible for causing the debris flow that destroyed over 80 households and critical infrastructure including the road between Tajikistan and China through Murghab.
Employing solar tech to improve lives
In Bihar, a group of smallholder farmers invested in a solar pumping system...