Source: Aga Khan Foundation Canada – Thanks to a Canadian-supported program in Central Asia, Zahida…
‘Topping out’ is a builders’ rite traditionally held when the last beam (or its equivalent) is placed atop a structure during its construction.
The Kitsilano Library will be holding a monthly speaker series where speakers will share their personal experiences with global development. The series titled Together: Stories about the Impact of Global Development, is presented in partnership with Aga Khan Foundation Canada and runs until May. Tina Parbhakar is slated to be a future speaker.
“Aswan and the people of Aswan have a place of deep affection in my heart…
There are over 40,000 registered nurses working in the country; around 90% of whom are women
Partnership Walk on May 28, 2017 at University of Victoria organised by AKF, Canada with…
Aga Khan Foundation raising cocoa farmer incomes in Madagascar
Over 4,000 people packed Prince’s Island Park in Calgary for the World Partnership Walk on Sunday.
Photos from May 28 world partnership walk in Montreal.
The Walk is held in 10 cities across Canada. 100% of the donations go directly to fund international development programs. In 2016, 7 million was raised and 40,000 people participated in the walk.
Sarah Hamilton, Vice-Chair Aga Khan Foundation, World Partnership Walk Edmonton speaks at CTV News Edmonton.
The opening ceremonies for the World Partnership Walk took place at the University of Victoria.
Watch and listen to Arif Karmali and Moez Sumar explain and introduce Aga Khan Foundation Canada’s global poverty reduction fundraising initiative “World Partnership Walk”.
Video: The Aga Khan Foundation Canada held its 33rd annual walk raising funds to fight poverty in Asia and Africa in Toronto on Sunday.
Nowadays, the best known Ismaili in Canada might be the incredibly popular Calgary mayor, Naheed Nenshi, but there is no shortage of high achievers in the community.
Each time I learn more about the work of the Aga Khan, his institutions and his community of followers and their many contributions to Canadian society and the world at large, I become increasingly impressed with the level and quality of commitment and service being demonstrated to worthy causes in Canada and internationally.
“It’s an open walk for all to participate in,” Zen Tharani, WPW chair for Victoria.
Help Fight Global Poverty at the 33rd Annual World Partnership Walk with the Aga Khan Foundation Canada and the Almas Jiwani Foundation
In order to better understand the impact of our programming in early childhood education, the Aga Khan Foundation partnered with Dr. Frances Aboud from McGill University in Canada.
Together with Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC), and with financial support from Global Affairs Canada, MMV will conduct qualitative research in the Mopti region of Mali
This year my focus is on Planting the seed of education for girls. My name is Raiyaan.
Nowadays, the benefits of workplace engagement in social causes are well documented, and something the team behind Vancouver’s World Partnership Walk, Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC), has been capitalizing on since the event’s inception.
Conceived by the Aga Khan Music Initiative and the Aga Khan Foundation, in partnership with Om Habibeh Foundation, Aswan Music Project aims to harness tremendous power of music and arts education
By the time you finish reading this sentence, a newborn baby’s brain will form thousands of new neural connections.
The Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance and the Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. joined together to help Egyptians face challenges with a program called Head Start! for Youth Entrepreneurship and Employment,
This blog post reflects highlights from a conversation with Sarah Heddon, Program Associate at Aga Khan Foundation.
World Partnership Walk Victoria, which takes place at the University of Victoria next month, raises funds for the Aga Khan Foundation Canada’s programs in Africa and Asia — initiatives that enable men and women to lift themselves and their children out of poverty to create better communities.
The model, which is being implemented by the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme and the Aga Khan Foundation, is part of AKDN’s wider, pan-national Comprehensive Sanitation Initiative.
The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) was awarded the FICCI-India Sanitation Coalition prize for a model of integrated block-level sanitation
Fireside Chat with the Attorney General of Ontario, the Honourable Yasir Naqvi and the Aga Khan Foundation Canada CEO, Mr. Khalil Shariff on “The Role of Public Policy and Politics as Canada Turns 150”