The Ismaili Community’s Contribution To Uganda: Providing wholesome education to children

Aga Khan schools started back in the early 1950s though the school properties were taken over by the government in 1972. The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) resumed management of the schools in 1993. The schools include the Aga Khan nursery, primary and high school.

Stephen Mawanda, Head of Admissions at the Aga Khan Education Services, Uganda says Aga Khan Nursery re-opened in 1994, the primary in 1995 and the high school in 1998. Aga Khan offers well balanced education services and it gives a chance to
students to live in a multi cultural setting.

“We pride ourselves in offering a holistic education curriculum that promotes innovativeness and self esteem among our students,” says Mawanda.

 

via Monitor Uganda’s Special Report

 

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