AKDN Spring Newsletter May 2016: Pakistan edition
In Istanbul for the UN World Humanitarian Summit on May 23
May 19, 2016, Dodoma, Tanzania: Tanzania’s Prime Minister, Kassim Fate together with Tanzania’s Minister of…
Recent developments of Imamat activities across the globe has witnessed acceleration and scaling up of various AKDN initiatives in Africa, America, Asia and Europe.
Chairman Tajikistan’s lower house of parliament met with Mr. Akbar Ali Pesnani
We are not just signing an agreement between Portugal and the Aga Khan Development Network, we are essentially putting together our common effort towards the development of scientific capacity in African countries
President of the Portuguese Republic, Marcelo Nuno Duarte Rebelo de Sousa receives His Highness the Aga Khan
His Highness the Aga Khan introduces the first five Senior Officials of the Imamat, to Portugal’s President.
His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan, leader of the Shi’a Ismaili community, starts his official visit to Lisbon today
Sold by the State to the Aga Khan Foundation for 12 million euros. The Ismailis are committed to invest another six million euros in the rehabilitation and adaptation of the building
New akdn.org website features various informative menus and filters to access pertinent information with ease.
At the meeting, Prince Amyn briefed President Kenyatta on the on-going programmes of the AKDN
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday morning held talks with Prince Amyn Aga Khan
The sale of Henrique Mendonça Palace to the Aga Khan received green light from the government
The Canadian and Aga Khan Development Network envoys have pledged continued support to the central Bamyan province of Afghanistan.
Leadership in the spiritual realm — for all Imams, whether they are Sunni or Shia — implies responsibility in worldly affairs; a calling to improve the quality of human life.
Dubbed as the second United Nations* (UN), the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) has been…
AKDN Resident Representative, Nazim Ahmad, thanked the President of the Portugal for all the support given to the work of the Ismaili community.
The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) and its institutional predecessors have been working in Uganda for over 50 years.