Hundreds of Calgarians stepped forward in support of the World Partnership Walk at Prince’s Island Park Sunday.
par Qaeeza Ramji La gagnante des Concours d’art Oratoire Provincial 2016 CB
In an exclusive interview, Walji told Devex about the future priorities of the Aga Khan foundation, which plays the “unusual” role of grant-maker and implementer, committed to building the resilience of communities.
A ceremony to commemorate the event was observed by representatives from the US Embassy and the Aga Khan Foundation
A sample of some of the Tweets and Facebook messages from people attending 2016 World Partnership Walk
Hundreds of people participate in the World Partnership Walk presented by the Aga Khan Foundation at Stanley Park, in Vancouver, BC., May 29, 2016.
More than 1,000 people came out for Victoria’s World Partnership Walk on Sunday
Princess Zahra Aga Khan has graced Aga Khan Foundation’s Partnership Walk twice – once in both, Montreal and Houston.
The Aga Khan Foundation’s World Partnership Walk is now Canada’s largest event for raising awareness and funds for global progress.
Mayor Fougere proclaims Sunday, May 29th as World Partnership Walk Day
Premier Kathleen Wynne “steps forward” to support Toronto’s 2016 World Partnership Walk
The 32nd annual World Partnership Walk is an initiative of the Aga Khan Foundation Canada
From a very young age, I knew I wanted to devote my career to improving the quality of life of those living in developing countries.
World Partnership Walk Vancouver
Net proceeds from ticket revenue, Henna, sponsorship and painting sale will go to World Partnership Walk Calgary.
Shaneela was born in Cochrane, Ontario in 1966 to a Pakistani Ismaili family.
23rd May, 2016 – Photo collection by Salim Nensi Photography – Toronto
Girish Agarwal aims to raise funds to build toilets and improve sanitation in schools and…
Aga Khan Foundation UK and Aga Khan Museum Toronto partners with the Jaipur Literature Festival Southbank, Central London.
Karen Vandergaag, a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Honours student at the Kelowna campus, is one of only 12 young adults across Canada to be awarded an International Youth Fellowship by the Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC).
The countdown is on to Vancouver Island’s biggest event aimed at ending global poverty.
Matt rejoins the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) UK as its new Chief Executive Officer
Join tens of thousands of Canadians who are fighting global poverty and inspiring hope.
On April 28, AKFC and the BC Council for International Cooperation launched the 2016 tour of Together: An exhibition on global development.