Ismaili Jamat/communities across the world watched livestreaming of the opening ceremonies of the Jubilee Games Dubai 2016.
The Graduate School of Media and Communications has launched a new programme to promote excellence in environmental journalism.
The world does not only operate via commercial enterprises and this has been amply proved by the Aga Khan University Hospital Nairobi.
The Jubilee Games Fanous has traveled far and wide in Kenya. It has not only traveled to the Jamats of Nairobi, Mombasa, Eldoret, Nakuru, Kisumu, and other centers but captured in the hearts of the Kenyan people and wildlife.
Jubillee Games Team Kenya proudly announces that one of their very own Star Ismaili swimmers, Talisa Lanoe, has been selected to represent her beloved country at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brasil.
Amin Javer, originally from Kenya, presently is based in Hamburg, Germany.
Two girls, 12,000 kilometres apart
For 400 cancer patients in Uganda, another chance at living a long life may be just around the corner, following the efforts made by the Aga Khan University Hospital to formalise free radiotherapy treatment for them.
Shawn Bolouki, the Chief Executive Officer of Aga Khan University Hospital said that the radiotherapy treatment will be paid for through the hospitals – Patient Welfare Programme
A survey conducted by the East African Institute of the Aga Khan University showed that between 68 and 90 per cent of East Africa’s youth held positive views about democracy
The Help Educate a Child of God Project is conceived with Farez Hassam, Tazmina Kassam and Zafeera Kassam of the Millennium School Ltd and Samwel Boto of the Ministry of Education, Kenya
Among the journalists mentioned in the book is Sultan Jessa, a Canadian journalist, who initially worked as Tanzania’s chief correspondent for the Daily and Sunday Nation
In 2011, Sabrina Premji walked in the door of an unmarked property in Mlolongo, an informal settlement just outside of Nairobi.
Poem Zafeera Kassam: A father like no other
The young cities project sought to involve the youth in understanding what East African cities would look like in the future
Fanous Fanous (pronounced “faa-noose”) is the Arabic word for lantern. Historical accounts report that, at…
The deal was signed by Governor Mwangi Wairia and Aga Khan CEO Shawn Bolouki.
This year’s graduating class has demonstrated exceptional achievement in their university scholarships and admissions.
Class of 2016 at the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa’s 10th graduation ceremony.
You’ve made it! Your dedication, years of hard work, hours and hours of study and private persistence have finally paid off.
You’ve been given so much, you must give that much more back to the world ~First Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
47 students from a class of 68 diploma graduands secure international scholarships in prestigious and globally acclaimed universities in America, Europe, Canada, Australia and several Middle East nations.
Aga Khan University (aku.edu) is a unique hybrid