In Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, starting in two Aga Khan schools, and now with the intention of expanding nationally with the aid of the Tajik Ministry of Science and Education, we have been experimenting with the concept of plurilingual literacy.
Embracing ICT to promote literacy
In Coast Province, Kenya, learning on digital literacy Apps like Hadithi!...
Since 2015, the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) has been working in partnership with Dubai Cares and the governments of Kenya and Uganda to navigate the challenges and realise the opportunities ICT offers to maximise the power of ICT for school management, teacher professional development, and creating impactful, inclusive teaching and learning environments to improve children’s learning.
Changing attitudes towards secondary education in Afghanistan
One out of every two Afghan girls drop out of school after Grade 6, often...
STAGES II (Steps Towards Afghan Girls’ Education Success) is a UKAID funded consortium project led by the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) and implemented by AKF, Save the Children, CARE, Catholic Relief Services, Aga Khan Education Services and the Afghan Education Production Organization, in 16 provinces of Afghanistan.
Accelerate Prosperity: Inspiring rising entrepreneurs in emerging regions to grow new markets
In Shugnan District, GBAO, Tajikistan young entrepreneur Dilangez...
Between May 2016 and June 2019 a project funded by La Caixa Banking Foundation and the Aga Khan Development Network supported the Egyptian NGO Mezala for Social Development (Mezala) in its efforts to bolster employability and entrepreneurship around carpentry in Darb al-Ahmar.