Khalil Z. Shariff, CEO of AKF Canada and AKF USA, Tinni Sawhney, CEO of AKF India, and Dr. Claudia Hudspeth, AKF Global Health Lead, come together for a wide-ranging conversation exploring how AKF is supporting some of those most affected by the pandemic, and the long-term implications of the current crisis.
Khalil Z. Shariff, CEO of AKF Canada and AKF USA, Tinni Sawhney, CEO of AKF India, and Dr. Claudia Hudspeth, AKF Global Health Lead, come together for a wide-ranging conversation exploring how AKF is supporting some of those most affected by the pandemic, and the long-term implications of the current crisis.
Gary Kamemoto takes us through the 16-year journey of Maki & Associates as they design and construct three iconic buildings: the Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat in Ottawa, the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, and the Aga Khan Centre in London.
SUNDAYS WITH US as we take a deeper look into the first Islamic garden in western Canada. The Aga Khan Garden in Edmonton is a symbol of the continued intellectual, educational, and cultural collaboration between the University of Alberta and the Aga Khan Development Network.
Take a look at how the Aga Khan Foundation Canada is making a difference around the world. Delivered in French.
Take a look at how the Aga Khan Foundation Canada is making a difference around the world. Delivered in french.
A film on the projects and activities of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture depicting ancient villages and historic cities restored, abandoned monuments given new life, old skills relearned, and new discoveries made.

The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) has a long history in India, dating back to the establishment of the first Aga Khan school in Mundra, Gujarat, in 1905. Eight of AKDN’s 11 agencies are operational in the country, implementing a range of programmes, in diverse fields from water and sanitation to maternal health and family nutrition, sustainable agriculture to disaster risk reduction and response, cultural restoration to school improvement.

You can learn more about AKDN's work in India on the AKDN website »
Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC) is celebrating four decades of working towards breaking the cycle of global poverty. Since 1980, we have improved millions of lives in Africa and Asia, working in partnership with the Government of Canada and diverse Canadian institutions and individuals.

Join host Huse Madhavji as we explore the legacy of impact that Canadians like you have been part of for 40 years with a variety of special guests. This one-hour virtual celebration will showcase various important aspects of AKFC's history both in Canada and overseas.

Learn more about the Aga Khan Foundation Canada's work on the AKF Canada website »
Lindsay Mossman, Senior Gender Equality Advisor at AKF Canada (AKFC), highlights how the Foundation is responding to the current pandemic with programmes that support women and men. The session includes a short film, self-reflection activities, and suggestions on how you can be part of the solution.
Jubilees have traditionally been occasions for the Aga Khan to launch new projects and programmes. In 1983, he launched the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP) in India. Decades later, the programme continues to support rural communities across India. This film describes a solar irrigation programme developed to help farmers increase their yields.

We were there, standing alongside women and men, transforming lives across Africa and Asia, shaping a million stories. Learn how Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada supported programs are helping dreams take flight with AKF Canada: https://1millionlives.akfc.ca/program/strong-education-systems/

We were there, standing alongside women and men, transforming lives across Africa and Asia, shaping a million stories. Learn how Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada supported programs are helping dreams take flight with AKF Canada: https://1millionlives.akfc.ca/program/strong-education-systems/

We were there, standing alongside women and men, transforming lives across Africa and Asia, shaping a million stories. Learn how Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada supported programs are helping dreams take flight with AKF Canada: https://1millionlives.akfc.ca/program/strong-education-systems/

Khadija Ga'al entered AKFC’s youth fellowship program with the goal of someday becoming a project manager in the development sector. She was placed with Aga Khan Foundation in Kenya, where she worked to support programs in the country’s vulnerable coastal region. Learn how Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada supported programs are helping dreams take flight with AKF Canada: https://1millionlives.akfc.ca/program/strong-education-systems/

Learn more about how AKDN’s support to midwives, like Zahida in northern Pakistan, has led to dramatic improvements in women’s and children’s health. Learn how Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada supported programs are helping dreams take flight with AKF Canada: https://1millionlives.akfc.ca/program/strong-education-systems/

With a stronger education system and opportunities to learn, the sky is the limit for Acidiri. Learn how Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada supported programs are helping dreams take flight with AKF Canada: https://1millionlives.akfc.ca/program/strong-education-systems/

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